Natural disasters include events as hurricanes, floods, wildfires, etc. as well as long-term droughts, blizzards, and more.
This is exposure to intentional violence by criminals, gangs, etc.
This occurs when terrorist acts or mass shootings, bombings, etc. affect people or communities.
Many refugees experience long-term trauma related to war, persecution, or having to flee their homeland.
Warfare and combat situations can produce severe trauma in soldiers and other military personnel.
This involves the risk of harm to or from any past or current partner.
Elder abuse occurs most often when seniors are abused by facility caregivers.
Complex trauma occurs when a child is exposed to many traumatic events, including interpersonal trauma, over a long period of time.
Early childhood trauma occurs between infancy and age 6.
Bullying both online and offline can cause significant trauma in children and teens.
Physical abuse occurs when a parent or trusted caregiver harms a child or teen.
This usually occurs in young children who must deal with ongoing surgeries or hospitalizations due to an illness.
Some children and even adults have difficulty dealing with life after the loss of a loved one; they fail to move past the loss.
This occurs when a child is sexually victimized. It requires specialized treatment, which we do not provide.