Trauma-Informed Care vs Trauma-Focused Treatment
Counselors at Discovery Transitions utilize a trauma-informed care approach to trauma and addiction therapy. Although trauma-informed care and trauma-focused treatment both deal with past trauma, the key difference is in informed vs focused. In addition, informed treatment is a holistic approach. It considers the impact the trauma can have on a person’s unique treatment. However, it is not intended to directly treat traumatic symptoms.
Trauma-focused treatments use evidence-proven therapies to directly heal the effects of trauma. Trauma-informed care and trauma-focused care are different in intent and execution. However, both focus on the key principles of trauma therapy and empowerment.
Trauma-Informed Care at Discovery Transitions
Discovery Transitions has the staff, resources, facilities, and training to properly diagnose, and treat co-occurring disorders. We are conveniently located in the Los Angeles area. In addition. we treat drug addiction with trauma in our addiction and trauma program. If a person goes untreated, they come closer and closer to serious consequences. Explore our website or pick up the phone to call Discovery Transitions today.
Trauma-Informed Care and Alcohol Abuse Treatment
It’s common to see co-occurring disorders of trauma with alcohol abuse. Fortunately, you can get the treatment you deserve at Discovery Transitions. Those with alcohol addiction and trauma will receive a custom treatment plan that deals primarily with alcoholism but always remembers the importance of treating the trauma too.
Trauma-informed counseling happens alongside alcohol addiction counseling to help the sufferer defend against dangers from all sides.
Trauma-Informed Care and Drug Addiction Treatment
Discovery Transitions Los Angeles Intensive Outpatient has specialized staff and training that are qualified to treat drug addiction and underlying trauma. As a result, we use our addiction and trauma program. Each person’s drug addiction and traumas are unique, which is why you’ll sit down with treatment staff and medical professionals to properly plan your individual treatment plan. Your initial assessment will include special attention to any symptoms resulting from trauma and how they’ve affected your life and substance abuse.
With a trauma-informed care approach, the initial therapy will deal with issues surrounding your addiction and how you can put yourself on a path to sobriety.