Psychotraumatic disorders all stem from unawareness of self. To elevate all traumatic disorders you have to become aware of who you are not who you were taught to be. You are a spiritual being having a human (physical) experience. Your experiences don't define who you are. Before your physical birth you were in existence. After being birthed in a physical body you were taught you were a human (physical) being and everything in life coexists around the physical presence, but that is not the actual truth. Contrary to what you might believe, you are not your thoughts, you are not your emotions, you are not your mind, and you are not your physical body. You, the spiritual being, are the observer of these external expressions that come and go. By understanding you are the soul in a physical body and being able to observe from this point of view, you can alleviate all traumas.
Psychotherapy is a great way to approach emotional challenges and traumas by addressing the unconscious meanings behind the feelings and behaviors you may be experiencing. By deep diving into these challenges and getting to understand oneself better, solutions can be found. The overall impact is one that leads also to a physical change by relieving stress and being a happier self.
Approaches to psychotherapy can fall into five categories which can be psychoanalysis, behavior, cognitive, humanistic, or holistic therapy. I find a holistic therapy approach is the best as it allows for clients to receive the tailored treatment to address their specific concerns. It’s key to finding the right person that can help you identify the root cause and work with you in eliminating the stresser.
Yes, our thoughts are just sentences that our brain tells us. They are not necessarily facts.