Treatment for trauma (PTSD) at Rogers
People who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event—such as a fatal accident, assault, or other dangerous situation—can often struggle with anxiety, aggression, and fear, and can even go on to develop posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). . To help those suffering from the damaging after effects of trauma, Rogers Behavioral Health offers highly specialized, evidence-based treatment. Based heavily in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with an emphasis in prolonged exposure, our residential and partial hospitalization levels of care gradually reduce symptoms by retraining the brain to react differently when identifying potential threats.
After submitting the request form found on this page, one of our intake specialists will contact you to schedule a free and confidential screening provided over-the-phone. After your behavioral health information is reviewed by our treatment team, we will recommend an appropriate level of care for you.