Trauma is quite common and some situations may lead to PTSD in both children, adolescents, and adults. Trauma may include abuse, neglect, assault, natural disaster, accidents, combat, and other situations where one may lose their life, be injured, and be a survivor of violence (or others may view this). PTSD or trauma is also often associated with anxiety and depression and a host of other mental health conditions. In the case of trauma, time does not “heal all wounds.” If left untreated, it often can become worse over time and cause issues at home, work, and at school. Individual evidence-based psychotherapy may be helpful in the form of Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive-Processing Therapy and are available from the convenience and comfort of your own home.