Reach out for help if you are feeling suicidal as a direct result of a physical or sexual trauma. Professional trauma treatment will help you move on from a situation that has impacted your life for too long.
If you are contemplating suicide, the last thing that you may feel like doing is sitting down and opening up about the way that you are feeling. However if you talk to a professional about suicide and about the trauma that has led to these terribly overwhelming emotions, you may be able to work through things and put trauma behind you for good.
Work with someone who has extensive experience with trauma and suicide issues. Finding the right counselor is a key part to your trauma treatment process. It is imperative that you feel comfortable opening up to your counselor, as the sooner that you start to work through your trauma, the sooner you will feel and see the benefits of counseling. Individual and group counseling sessions will benefit you. Individual counseling allows for one on one attention, while group counseling allows you to discuss your situation with others who are currently going through similar struggles. Your peers during group sessions may be able to offer suggestions that will help you with the recovery process.
Getting professional depression help will help you to move on from thoughts of suicide and help you ensure that your life is more manageable and within your control. Untreated depression and trauma can lead to thoughts of suicide that need to be addressed as soon as possible. Please reach out for help immediately, if you are feeling suicidal.
If you are struggling with depression and trauma, call our toll-free helpline to talk confidentially with one of our compassionate counselors. Calls are toll free and will allow you to talk about suicide and the experiences that have led you to these thoughts. We are here to help provide you with the guidance and the professional help that you need.