Symptoms of trauma

The impact of trauma varies from person to person, and individuals may react in diverse ways depending on their unique resilience, support networks, and additional variables. The following resources offer a visual explanation of some of the common symptoms that a trauma patient may present with.

It’s important to remember that these symptoms can vary from person to person, and not everyone will experience all of them. These symptoms can also overlap with other mental health conditions

If you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms of trauma, it is advisable to seek professional help from a mental health provider who specialises in trauma.

Symptoms of trauma – video

 

Symptoms of trauma – slides

Symptoms of trauma - slides

 

Symptoms of trauma – short reel

Symptoms of trauma - short reel

 

Symptoms of trauma – 9:16 (no audio)

Symptoms of trauma - 9:16

 

For more information about ACT and how it can be used to help treat trauma visit our knowledge hub page – Trauma and ACT.

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