PRLog - Feb. 15, 2013 - Trauma is defined by an unpleasant life experience that supersedes one’s ability to cope. Everyone has some unpleasant experiences in daily life. However, traumatic situations can have lasting effects and make everyday living more difficult. Some examples of trauma are; loss of a loved one, divorce, job loss, recent move or sudden change, natural disasters, ect. Many times, traumatic events are compounded by life stress resulting in feelings of anger, depression, anxiety, or resentment. These feelings can overburden an individual and make romance, work, and parenting difficult. Child and Family Solutions is a reputed company in New Jersey dealing with the unique circumstances resulting from trauma. Counseling NJ should strongly be considered if you have experienced a traumatic event and are finding managing your life difficult as a result. Trauma left untreated can exasperate emotional stress and cause an individual to go on a downward spiral.
Counseling NJ should also be considered if you find that a family member or loved one is having difficulties with a traumatic event. Oftentimes, the individual experiencing the distress is overwhelmed and find it hard to take the first step towards getting help. The professionals at Child and Family Solutions can help your loved one find resolve and peace, thus improving their quality of life.
The aging population can experience certain life challenges that often go unnoticed. As children become adults and establish families of their own, parents (particularly unmarried) can experience what is known as the “empty nest syndrome.” This brings loneliness and sadness. As the individual ages and goes into the retirement years the empty nest syndrome can become worse and manifest as clinical depression. It is important to be able to identify symptoms of the empty nest syndrome to better help your parents during this life stage. Some of the symptoms are; constant worry, restlessness, new or pronounced phobias, irritability, or depression. Counseling NJ at Child and Family Solutions can provide an array of behavioral and emotional services to support the aging and senior population. The counselors will initiate all services with a comprehensive mental status exam. This assessment may or may not include a clinical diagnosis. During the assessment, the counselor will help determine what traumatic events occurred in the individual’s life as well as formulate a plan for counseling. Counseling services are most successful when provided on a consistent weekly basis.
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