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Therapy Approaches & Recovery Programs For Trauma Triggers: Guide Announced

Calusa Recovery (866-939-6292) has announced a step-by-step guide on how to deal with triggers that arise from past trauma.

The newly announced guide approaches trauma triggers from a mental health perspective and offers practical tips for how to develop healthy coping mechanisms.

More details can be found at

At a time when there is an increasing public awareness around the effects of trauma on human behavior and relationships, the new guide from Calusa Recovery examines the different types of trauma triggers that can arise and ways therapy can help.

A recent report from Frontiers in Psychology shows that trauma is prevalent within the global population, as a World Mental Health Survey of 70,000 individuals showed that around 70.4% of respondents had experienced at least one type of traumatic event. With a recognition of the manifold ways in which past trauma can affect functionality, the team of mental health experts at Calusa Recovery strives to raise awareness about trauma triggers and recovery methods.

“Trauma triggers are powerful emotional and psychological events that trigger memories, feelings, or physical sensations associated with a traumatic event,” explains the guide. “Learning to deal with trauma triggers helps people learn to control their emotions and reactions.”

The Calusa Recovery guide outlines the difference between internal and external triggers, noting that feelings of anger, anxiety, loneliness, frustration, sadness, or vulnerability can function as trauma triggers, as well as memories or the experience of physical pain. External triggers, on the other hand, include people, places, or things in the environment that remind a person of traumatic memories.

Readers will find information about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and its relationships to triggers, along with visual guides and infographics that explain the findings of recent academic studies on the topic.

Finally, the guide includes information about coping strategies and types of therapy that can be useful in dealing with trauma triggers, such as deep breathing and grounding techniques, self-care practices, seeking support from trusted friends or family, or professional guidance in a qualified recovery center. The team also lists some of the available medications and pharmaceutical options for treating trauma that are currently available.

Interested parties can find more details and contact Calusa Recovery at

Contact Info:
Name: Ashley Regan
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Organization: Calusa Recovery
Address: 15611 New Hampshire Ct Suite A, Fort Myers, FL 33908, United States
Phone: +1-866-798-3232

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