Victims of Crime
Being the victim of a crime can be an traumatic experience. It can involve reactions that are normal for the circumstance, but out of the ordinary for us. Being the victim of a crime can lead to intense feelings of shock, panic, fear, loneliness, panic, depression, anxiety, shame, and sadness to name a few. There are often other upsetting parts of being the victim of a crime, such as writing police reports, testifying in court, and being engaged with the health care system.
Talk therapy is very effective at helping coping with the aftermath of being the victim of crime. Regardless of what you are experiencing I can help with a variety of issues commonly associated with being the victim of a crime. It can very difficult to start, but talking to a mental health professional can help.
Because of the wide variety of issues involved in being the victim of a crime feel free to call me to discuss further. I am experienced and trained in a variety of treatment and assessment methods for a variety of reasons that you might be experiencing variety of reactions. Contact a licensed mental health professional or your family doctor if you have concerns. Prairie Owl Psychology & Counselling is waiting to help with all your Edmonton psychologist needs, call Today. Prairie Owl Psychology & Counselling is waiting to help with all your Edmonton psychologist needs, call Today. Looking for a psychologist Edmonton, think Prairie Owl Psychology & Counselling. Edmonton psychologists are ready to help with all your counselling Edmonton needs.