Domestic AbuseAs you can see, there are several types of trauma that we provide support for.
Trauma Focused Inpatient Treatment Programs
We do not recommend any particular inpatient program, but provide this as a resource list only. When contacting an inpatient unit, ask questions that would be helpful to you and your treatment. It may be beneficial to make the call together with your therapist to inquire about the program. **Links open into new windows.
Del Amo Trauma Recovery/Military Trauma Program
MacLean Hospital Dissociative Disorders and Trauma Program
River Oaks Hospital Trauma Based Disorders (The New Orleans Institute)
Sheppard Pratt Trauma Disorders Program
The Center Posttraumatic Disorders Program
Our Support Program
Our support program offers survivors a variety of support groups, workshops, newsletters and publications to assist, educate and support the journey of recovery from abuse & sexual trauma. Learn more about our program here.
Related Trauma Issues
There are many related issues to trauma as well. Some individuals turn to negative coping skills to dull the pain they are experiencing, while some of these issues are a result of the trauma experienced. Having these diagnoses or issues do not mean someone has experienced a trauma.
Want more Information About Eating Disorders?
We offer support groups for adult survivors of abuse and sexual trauma. If you are wanting more information about eating disorders for your information and education, check out Mirror-Mirror Eating Disorder Help. They have a variety of information available as well as treatment options and support groups.
Counselors: Choosing and Interviewing
Read about Treatment & Therapists
Need to find a therapist? Want to interview a therapist? Check out this page.
Questions to Help Decide About an Inpatient Program: