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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) develops when someone has experienced a physical, mental, or emotional trauma – in other words, a life altering dangerous event. Similarly, this event can be indirect or direct. PTSD can affect any age, ethnicity, culture, race, and gender.
What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) is a normal adaptive response to a stressful or traumatic event. PTSD develops over time from prolonged Post-Traumatic stress (PTS). When the individual is unable to deal with the aftermath of the traumatic event, they exhibit disturbing thoughts and feelings related to it. If left untreated PTSD can cause numerous long term health, mental and emotional problems.
Some symptoms include:
- Intrusive thoughts
- Resistance about talking about the event
- Trouble concentrating
- Distorted beliefs about oneself or others
- Ongoing fear
- Loss of interest
- Emotional dysregulation
- Reckless behavior
- Sleep problems
Why Our PTSD Worksheets?
Our post-traumatic stress disorder worksheets are designed to help practitioners treat their clients with PTSD more effectively.
Benefits of our PTSD Worksheets:
- Take in responses from clients on a digital device like a computer
- Organize client documents in an easy to find folder on your computer or in the cloud
- Search for specific questions and/or answers by using “CTRL + f” function on your keyboard when viewing your PDF
- Legibly read your client’s answers
- Print copies that are high in quality – (we made this form grey on purpose! Much easier on your printer)
Key Features of Our PTSD Worksheets:
- US letter size (8.5″ x 11″)
- Fillable / Printable
- Editable (If you need to make changes, we can provide you with a free editing website that will allow you to make changes to questions/statements)
- Longform responses
- Short form responses
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