PTSD can impact various areas of your life, but recovery is possible.
Treatment for PTSD at Maui Recovery involves evidence-based therapies like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), experiential therapies, and mindfulness practices.
Our holistic approach aims to alleviate trauma’s impact, fostering healing, resilience, and personal growth amidst the stunning, tranquil surroundings of our Hawaiian recovery center.

How we can help

Our compassionate, dedicated team provides practical support and treatment for individuals navigating PTSD. 

We adopt a trauma-informed approach to your care, acknowledging the profound impact that your traumatic experiences may have on your physical and emotional well-being. 

Our skilled clinicians are trained to provide a safe and compassionate environment, recognizing the unique needs and sensitivities of those dealing with the effects of trauma.

Our luxurious inpatient residential facility is designed to offer a tranquil and supportive space for you to embark on your healing journey. 

Nestled in serene surroundings, our facility provides a retreat-like atmosphere that encourages lasting healing and recovery. 

With stunning amenities and cozy accommodations, you can focus on your well-being and recovery while receiving comprehensive treatment for your condition.

Holistic approach to PTSD treatment

Our holistic approach to PTSD treatment recognizes the complex, multifaceted nature of trauma, combining evidence-based therapies, such as:

Our integrated approach addresses not only your symptoms but any underlying cause(s) contributing to your distress, cultivating a more comprehensive and lasting recovery.

We aim to empower you to reclaim your life and rebuild a foundation for lasting resilience, healing, and empowerment despite what you may have been through.

Contact us today for further information and support about our PTSD treatment program.

What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition triggered by experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event. 

These events may include:

  • Natural disasters
  • Severe accidents
  • Combat violence
  • Sexual assault, or any situation that poses a threat of severe injury or death

Those with PTSD often find themselves reliving a traumatic event through distressing memories, nightmares, or flashbacks, which can feel as vivid and intense as when the event initially occurred.

In addition, it is also common for people with PTSD to experience guilt, detachment from their loved ones, and a loss of interest in activities they once enjoyed. 

Over time, untreated PTSD can have lasting effects on your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.

Early treatment for PTSD is essential to avoid the long-term health complications associated with this condition.

Please speak to our clinical team today to learn more about our PTSD treatment program and start your journey to health and wellness.

Six facts about PTSD

PTSD is more common than most people think

Anyone who has experienced a traumatic event is at risk for PTSD

Everyone experiences PTSD differently

When it comes to treating PTSD, holistic treatment programs are highly effective, leading to lasting recovery for many

Support is an essential key to PTSD treatment and long-term recovery

What are the signs and symptoms of PTSD?

To be diagnosed with PTSD, an adult must have experienced all the following symptoms for at least one month:

  • At least one re-experiencing symptom
  • At least one avoidance symptom
  • At least two arousal and reactivity symptoms
  • At least two cognition and mood symptoms

Children may not experience PTSD symptoms in the same way as adults.

For instance, PTSD symptoms in children can present in the following ways:

  • Wetting the bed after having learned to use the toilet
  • Forgetting how to or being unable to talk
  • Acting out the traumatic event during playtime
  • Being unusually clingy with a parent or other adult

The different types of trauma

Trauma can present in various ways, and the effects can differ, depending on your history, individual experiences and many other factors.

Experts have identified several different types of trauma, including the following:

Acute trauma

  • Involves a single event, such as a physical assault, car accident or natural disaster. These events can be profoundly scary, causing immediate distress to the individual.

Chronic trauma

  • includes ongoing exposure to traumatic or stressful situations. These may consist of ongoing neglect, abuse, or living in a frightening environment such as a war zone or domestic violence.

Developmental trauma

  • Occurs during critical phases of development and can have a detrimental impact on your overall growth and maturation. Those who have experienced childhood trauma during crucial developmental stages are at significant risk of developing this type of trauma.

Complex trauma

  • Complex trauma, also called C-PTSD, is a variation of PTSD that results from prolonged, repeated exposure to traumatic events, often occurring during childhood. C-PTSD can have a profound impact on the nervous system and is commonly seen in those who have experienced ongoing abuse, neglect, or long-term exposure to conflict or violence.

Other types of trauma

As well as the above, researchers have identified other types of trauma, each with their own set of symptoms, diagnostic criteria and treatment.

They include the following:

Recognizing the unique features and characteristics of trauma and PTSD is essential and can help you get the specialized care and understanding you need and deserve.

Contact our friendly team today to learn more about our trauma and PTSD treatment programs and kick start your journey toward lasting wellness and recovery.

PTSD statistics

About 10 of every 100 women (or 10%) develop PTSD sometime in their lives compared with about 4 of every 100 men (or 4%).

46.4% of people with PTSD also meet the criteria for a substance use disorder.

In addition, twenty percent of people who experience a traumatic event will develop PTSD.

The number of mild, moderate, and severe cases of PTSD is almost equal, with 36.6% of cases being severe, 33.1% being moderate, and 30.2% being mild.

PTSD treatment at Maui Recovery

With over a decade of commitment to client care, Maui Recovery has been steadfast in providing specialized treatment to individuals and families on the path to recovery from trauma and various other mental health conditions.

Our customized programs are built upon the foundational belief in every individual’s innate capacity to heal. 

We focus on empowering our clients by fostering self-compassion, nurturing meaningful relationships, and guiding the exploration of a renewed sense of purpose in our client’s lives.
To learn more about our PTSD treatment program, contact our recovery center in Hawaii for further assistance.

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