Therapy For Trauma (PTSD)

We have thousands of hours of clinical expertise in helping our clients learn to work with the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and complex post-traumatic stress disorder.

Therapy for Psychological Trauma (PTSD and C-PTSD)

In working with psychological trauma, the challenge is to learn how to remember without reliving. The therapists at the Denver Psychotherapy Center have over 17,000 hours of clinical expertise in helping our clients learn to work with the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD).

Sometimes trauma occurs in a single instance: being in a car accident, or being the victim of a date rape) and sometimes trauma occurs across a long period of time, in multiple instances (like being sexually abused as a child, or being bullied at school for years). But whether the trauma is acute or developmental, PTSD is very treatable. The Denver Psychotherapy Center uses only the most effective and scientifically validated therapies, and our success rate for the treatment of PTSD and C-PTSD is well above most national averages.

What are the symptoms of PTSD?

If you are experiencing three or more of the symptoms below, you may be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD):

  • Feelings of hopelessness and depression.
  • Intense anger and a sense of "disconnection" or "disassociation" from your loved ones and your normal life.
  • High anxiety and fearful states, even when you are actually safe.
  • Profound joylessness, or an inability to take pleasure in things that normally please you (also called anhedonia).
  • A powerful feeling of being threatened, "triggered," or "on guard" - even when the situation doesn't warrant it.
  • Alcohol and substance abuse to "numb out" the trauma symptomology.
  • Sexual dysfunctions of various kinds occurring after the traumatic event.
  • Intrusive, dissociative "flashbacks" about the traumatic event.
  • Night terrors and sleep walking and / or talking.
  • Fear that you'll become over-stimulated or panicked when exposed to crowds, loud noises, and / or bright lights.

If you can see yourself in the above list, please know that there is hope. We can help you. Contact us today either by filling out the secure online consultation form or by calling our patient care coordinator, at (720) 316-2321.



Fees And Insurance

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AMI is a private, self-pay out-patient psychotherapy center. This means that while you’ll pay "out-of-pocket" for your services, you may seek reimbursement from your insurance carrier using the paperwork AMI provides.

If you would like to speak to Julia, AMI's friendly client care coordinator, please call her at (720) 316-2321. Julia will be happy to answer any insurance related questions you might have.

Free Video

Working with Trauma, PTSD and C-PTSD

Free Video: "Working with Trauma, PTSD and C-PTSD"

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A Free Educational Video Especially for Individuals Effected By A Diagnosis of PTSD or C-PTSD. Diagnostics, Modern Treatment Methodologies, and Buddhist Meditation Techniques is Discussed.

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Who Are We?

We share a love for the transformative process of therapy, and love being psychotherapists. We have also been "on the couch" as patients in our own therapeutic processes. We feel this experience has given us tremendous insight into how therapy can be more effectively delivered to our clients.

We are passionately dedicated to helping clients reach their highest potential emotionally, spiritually, socially, and intellectually.

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6746 South Revere Parkway, Suite 135,
Centennial, CO 80012-6708
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