comprehensive list of trauma symptoms

Spontaneous Healing Intra-systemic Process (SHIP) facilitates the gradual and  spontaneous integration of past trauma.

 

When trauma is not completed and remains unintegrated it manifests in the following emotional, behavioural, physical  and relational symptoms

 

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EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL difficulties

  • Psychological burnout

  • Anger problems

  • Destructive behavior patterns & thoughts

  • Stress

  • Painful loss

  • Poor self-esteem

  • Poor self-image

  • Lack of confidence

  • Acute trauma

  • Grief & bereavement

  • Life crisis & Adjustment

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Traumatic experiences

  • Low energy levels

PHYSICAL difficulties

  • Headaches (vascular & tension)

  • Ovarian cysts

  • Lower back pain

  • Bronchial asthma

  • Meige Disease

  • Peptic Ulcers

  • Irritable bowel syndrome

  • Physical rehabilitation & adjustment

  • Post operation trauma

  • Immune system deficiencies

  • Cardiovascular dis-eases

  • Chronic physical pain

  • Osteoporosis 

  • Weight problems

RELATIONAL DIFFICULTIES

  • Interpersonal difficulties

  • Intimate & Marital difficulties

  • Difficulty expressing and communicating emotions

  • Difficulty forming close relationships with others

  • Difficulty separating form others

  • Difficulty navigating social spaces

  • Difficulties communicating and connecting with the opposite sex

  • Difficulty performing or presenting in social spaces