MAPS
Moving Ahead of Post-Traumatic Stress

Post-Traumatic Stress

MAPS

 

 

Effective, efficient whole-person programming

Start the journey to Move Ahead of Post-Traumatic Stress (MAPS).Four corners of MAPS

Traumatic events, whether in personal or work life, often leave a lasting effect. Symptoms of the trauma can be felt spiritually, emotionally, socially and physically. MAPS understands the psychosocial and physical impacts trauma leaves behind.

Developed by a varied team of clinicians and academics in consultation with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) survivors, MAPS offers a wide variety of treatment options that complement each other to achieve effective and efficient results for you. Every path is different depending on your goals and needs.

Evidence based. Clinically managed.

Peer-reviewed research informs the development of the MAPS program and is continually reviewed so the program offers the latest in best care practices.

Overseen by the Treatment Navigator to ensure effective and efficient therapies and time management, your treatment plan reflects years of education and experience from highly trained practitioners. Innovative proven therapies complement traditional therapy, based on academic and industry research.

Our Clinic is pleased to advocate on your behalf for coverage of your MAPS treatment plan, whether with government agencies or private health insurance providers. The team is experienced in this advocacy for wellness of the whole person.

It’s easy to get started

Understanding that the whole person is affected by Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) is a key to wellness. A five-step process begins the planning and treatment. Assessments from various clinicians get you started.

Additional components, beyond traditional therapies, are included in treatment plans to create an effective, unique journey for each person experiencing PTSD.

The first step in the journey to recovery awaits. Contact Our Clinic today to get more information about this innovative program and to complete your intake form.

 

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