The PTSC is offering a new 8-week trauma-focused group for members of any gender, between the ages of 18 to 27. Uncover your inner strength as you explore the impact of your trauma on your life journey into and throughout adulthood. Contact the PTSC today for more information. Group will be led by Lizzie McAdam. (203) 624-2146
Women’s Trauma Program This group therapy program is a 16 week, structured treatment for women who have been traumatized and for whom other methods of treatment have brought only slight relief. Dr. Hadar Lubin and her staff conduct this program, which has demonstrated consistently strong results. Potential clients must be screened first by Dr. Lubin.
The Counting Method
This treatment is a brief desensitization procedure that we have developed in conjunction with its founder, Dr. Frank Ochberg. Like EMDR and Prolonged Exposure, the Counting Method has been found to produce relatively rapid benefits to people who are experiencing intrusive recollections of their traumatic events. Sessions consist of clients’ remembering their events while the therapist counts out loud to 100. For more information, please visit the website.
Open Conversation Family Therapy The Center has developed a model for family-based work with traumatized children, as well as for families in crisis. In this model, the family meets with a team of therapists, each of whom also meets with individuals within the family. The purpose is to help the family identify the ways that current problems trigger traumatic memories, and to practice having an open conversation about the past as it impacts on the present.
Group Therapy for Veterans Group Therapy for veterans, both combat and noncombat, male and female, are offered in order to provide specialized and confidential treatment to people who have served our country. Dr. David Johnson worked for 17 years at the VA Medical Center in West Haven and was the chief of the specialized inpatient PTSD unit there for many years. He brings his experience to veterans in this program.
Post Traumatic Stress Center. 19 Edwards Street, New Haven, CT. Phone: (203) 624-2146. Fax: (203) 624-2791. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org