Treatment of Trauma
It is important to accept a trauma in order to treat it effectively. It can be an advantage to seek help from a psychologist who can put your trauma in perspective and talk you through your experiences so that you can process your trauma in a safe environment.
What is Trauma
From a psychological point of view, trauma is the reaction that a person has when confronted with experiences that are too difficult or overwhelming to deal with in the moment.
These are often experiences that are threatening to self or others, and can include physical, sexual and emotional abuse, neglect, bullying, natural disasters, severe illness, etc.
Symptoms of a trauma
Individuals who have experienced trauma often struggle with anxiety, low mood, difficulties trusting others, as well as fatigue, sleep difficulties, intrusive thoughts, and may have physical problems, such as headaches, fatigue, as well as other aches and pains.
HOW TO TREAT A TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE?
Working on trauma in psychotherapy includes reprocessing the traumatic events, both emotionally and cognitively, and in this process, making new meaning, putting the experiences into a context that makes sense, and incorporating what has happened into a broader meaning.
This requires a significant amount of trust in your therapist, and focusing on building this trust should take place during the first few sessions.
You can always contact us if you have experienced a trauma that you want to process. We have many years of experience and well-trained psychotherapists who are ready to help you. We are also ready to answer any questions about symptoms or a course with a psychotherapist.
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We are a group of experienced psychologists and therapists at the Psychology Group, who provides psychological services to people in both Danish and fluent English. We can also help if you are seeking therapy in Spanish, German or Norwegian.
Peter MacFarlane, Ph.D.
Clinic manager, diagnosis, client-centered therapy and emotion-focused therapy.
Lene Bisgaard, M.S.
Markus Lien, M.S.
Cognitive therapy, ADHD (adults), substance abuse, mindfulness and depression.
Hanne-Berit Hahnemann, M.A.
Couple therapy, anxiety, abuse, personality disorders, depression and stress.
Beverley Lim Høeg, M.Sc. , PhD
Grief and loss, illness-related disorders, body awareness, anxiety and depression.
Daniela Medina, M.A.
Psychologist offering psychotherapeutic treatment, in both English and Spanish.
Lou James, MA, MSc., PGDip
I offer services in English, to families, parent, couples, individuals, and children.
Pilar, M.S. Psychologist
I am a Spanish psychologist offering treatment in both English and Spanish.
Julia Flückiger, M.S., MAS.
Julia is on maternity leave, and will be back in the summer of 2022.
Lark, Clinical Psychologist
I strive to work collaboratively, honestly, and warmly with each client.
OUR TREATMENT AREAS
We offer therapy to individual adults and children, couples, and families. You choose yourself or are assigned the therapist who can best help you through your specific issues.