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PTSD Treatment for Women

PTSD Treatment for Women

Why Women May Experience PTSD

One in three women have been victims of sexual violence in their lives, and one in four have experienced abuse from an intimate partner. Trauma is more common in women, and they are twice as likely to develop PTSD after being a victim or witness to a traumatic event. Trauma is a risk factor for a number of mental health issues, and women who are suffering from mental health issues are more likely than men to reach out for help. Women who experience trauma and develop PTSD may in fact have early warning signs or symptoms.

Symptoms of PTSD in Women:


  • Difficulty Concentrating
  • Intrusive Memories
  • Nightmares
  • Flashbacks


  • Withdrawal from loved ones
  • Reckless Behavior
  • Anger Outbursts or Aggression

Common Causes of Trauma in Women:

  • Sexual Abuse or Assault
  • Psychological Abuse
  • Physical Abuse
  • Accidents
  • Catastrophic Medical Events

How to Help Women with Complex PTSD:

Finding a specialized and experienced therapist or treatment facility is an important first step. Here at Fairmount, our Women’s Trauma Program is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team with the knowledge and experience to provide excellent care in a therapeutic and secure setting.

Our Program that Helps Women Heal from PTSD:

Our trauma-informed program is designed to provide women with a secure environment in which they can receive the support and care they need to address their trauma symptoms. Our team of professionals conduct individual, group, and family therapy as well as medication management which is individualized, strength-based, and trauma-informed. Our treatment model emphasizes security, respect, empowerment, and hope.

Find More Information, Call our 24 Hour Assessment Center: 215-487-4100

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