3 New Year's Resolutions for Trauma Patients

December 31st, 2021 in General Counselling
3 New Year's Resolutions for Trauma Patients

The holiday season and the New Year can be a trigger for those dealing with trauma, anxiety, and depression. The New Year often brings about a period of reflection, which can be hard for those impacted by trauma.

To help you get through this time of the year and have a better start to 2022, here are three New Year’s resolutions for trauma patients.

1 - Be Supportive Throughout Your Recovery Process

Recovering from trauma is a slow and windy road. There will be ups and downs, and it is essential to be patient and supportive with yourself throughout the process. Any setbacks are part of a recovery process. Do not be hard on yourself and rely on your support systems.

2 - Find Supportive Resources

You are NOT alone in your recovery journey, and there are many resources available to you. Spend some time researching support groups, trauma communities, and workshops. These support resources can be incredibly helpful.

3 - Focus on Empowering Yourself Daily

Feeling strong is often a challenging process for those dealing with trauma. However, discovering personal power and building confidence in yourself is one of the most important steps during the recovery process.

Consider joining a gym, spending time in nature, or practicing yoga. It is important to find methods for coping and developing empowerment.

Sometimes Professional Counselling is the Best Route

Dealing with trauma is a challenging process. Sometimes the best solution is to contact a professional psychologist. At Kuldip Counselling, we have extensive experience helping patients suffering from trauma, anxiety, addiction, and depression.

Our counselors come from different backgrounds and use a variety of approaches and methods. Contact us today to book an appointment.

Kuldip Counselling and Consulting has two convenient locations in Surrey and Langley. They offer counselling services and compassionate therapy in the areas of addictions counselling, and family and marriage counselling.

If you have any questions about this article or would like to schedule an appointment, please call (604) 764-9575.