What is PTSD?
Signs and Symptoms
Your mental health is as important as your physical health, and it is essential to monitor how you are doing.
If you have experience a difficult or traumatic event and are not feeling like yourself, how do you know if it will soon pass, or if what you are experiencing is actually a mental illness like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?
In the video below, Clinical Director Benita Triplett, LISW, shares the signs and symptoms to watch for in yourself, your kids and your loved ones.
Thinking about mental health conditions may be scary, but very often with professional counseling, PTSD and other mental illnesses such as Depression or Anxiety are treatable. Mental health conditions are quite common.
People get better and live happier, more productive lives.
If you think you may have PTSD, or if you simply have questions and wish to speak with a licensed therapist, we are here for you.
Catholic Charities serves people of all ages, faiths and backgrounds. We turn no one needing mental health care away for the inability to pay.
Our services are safe, private and confidential
We offer in-person and telehealth therapy
Sliding-fee scale ensures there is no cost barrier
Free mental health assessments for any school-age child who is struggling
Therapists use evidence-based practices such as CBT, DBT and EMDR
Therapy clients with more complex needs have access to Psychiatrist Dr. Nesrin Abu Ata, M.D.