If you’re struggling with healing from PTSD or complex trauma, know that you’re not alone. Many people have experienced complex trauma and gone on to lead healthy, fulfilling lives.

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to healing from trauma. However, there are some general tips on how to heal from trauma that can help you on your journey.

First, it’s important to give yourself time to heal. There is no set timeline for trauma healing. Give yourself the space and time you need to work through your emotions and process what happened.

Second, reach out for support. Whether it’s talking to a therapist or joining a support group, talking about your experiences can be incredibly helpful in the process of healing from PTSD or complex trauma. Sharing your story with others who understand what you’re going through can help you feel less alone and give you a sense of community during your process of trauma healing.

Third, take care of yourself. This includes both your physical and mental health. Eating a balanced diet, getting enough sleep, and exercising are all important for helping your body heal. Taking time for activities that make you happy, such as spending time in nature or listening to music, can also be helpful.

Fourth, be patient with yourself. Healing from PTSD or complex trauma takes time and there will be ups and downs. Don’t be too hard on yourself if you have a setback or don’t progress as quickly as you’d like. Just keep moving forward and know that healing is possible.

If you’re struggling to heal from complex trauma or PTSD, know that you’re not alone. There are many people who have gone through similar experiences and come out on the other side. Use these tips to help you on your journey to healing. If you or someone you know needs help navigating the path of healing from trauma or PTSD, contact us today.

Liz Lund, MPA

Liz is originally from lush green Washington State. She is a life enthusiast and a huge fan of people. Liz has always loved learning why people are the way they are. She moved to UT in 2013 and completed her bachelors degree in Psychology in 2016. After college Liz worked at a residential treatment center and found that she was not only passionate about people, but also administration. Liz is recently finished her MPA in April 2022. Liz loves serving people and is excited and looking forward to learning about; and from our clients here at Corner Canyon.
When Liz is not busy working she love being outdoors, eating ice cream, taking naps, and spending time with her precious baby girl and sweet husband.