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Ohio PTSD Treatment Center and Trauma Rehab

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a serious mental health condition that can significantly impact one’s quality of life. Nightmares, flashbacks, distress, and anxiety are just some of the symptoms that can make day-to-day life difficult. 

At the specialized trauma rehab at The Trails, we take both an evidence-based and holistic approach to PTSD treatment. We know every person’s story is different, which is why we have made it our mission to meet the unique and sensitive needs of every client. Our focus on individualized care and comfort are what make The Trails the premier treatment center for PTSD in Ohio. Call us today at 866-959-9910 to start your journey to healing.

Why Choose Us?

The Premier Trauma Rehab in Ohio

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Your health insurance could cover up to 100% of the cost of treatment. Below are some of the features of our residential PTSD rehab:

Inpatient PTSD Treatment Features:

  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Life Skills
  • Coping Skills
  • Psychiatry
  • Trauma-informed
  • Holistic therapy
  • Evidence-based
  • Luxury amenities
  • Case management

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How We Treat PTSD at Our Ohio Residential Facility

PTSD occurs after a person experiences a terrifying or traumatic event. Symptoms can surface immediately or it can take days, weeks, months, or even years after the traumatizing event before symptoms appear. PTSD can cause chronic feelings of distress, fear, apprehension, and anxiety along with nightmares or flashbacks.

Symptoms of PTSD can sometimes lay dormant until a person experiences a trigger. A trigger is a sight, sound, smell, or thought that reminds you of the traumatic event, which results in PTSD symptoms.

Some triggers are obvious, while others may be less clear. An obvious trigger may be a news story about an assault, while a less obvious trigger might be the weather if the weather is similar to the day you experienced trauma.

PTSD has physical, psychological, and behavioral aspects, which means it is best treated with a variety of interventions. There usually isn’t a routine, uniform, or single-solution for PTSD. 

At The Trails, we combine interventions to provide a fully integrated approach to treatment to address all factors contributing to PTSD symptoms. Your team of doctors and clinicians will develop a treatment plan unique to your situation, consisting of medications, psychotherapy, and holistic therapies.


There are several types of medications used to treat PTSD, usually SSRIs. At our facility, you will work with a physician to learn if medication could help limit the anxiety associated with trauma. Your physician will help you find a medication that works best for you.


At our Ohio trauma rehab, we utilize a variety of therapeutic modalities. Therapy has proven to help reduce symptoms of PTSD, such as anxiety, distress, flashbacks, and nightmares. Therapies we utilize include:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy
  • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Prolonged exposure therapy
  • Stress inoculation training
  • Group therapy

Holistic Therapy

Holistic therapies have also been shown to help reduce anxiety. Some of holistic therapies we offer include:

  • Adventure therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Meditation
  • Yoga

Privacy & Comfort

Another component we consider extremely important for the best PTSD treatment centers is comfort. Our beautiful residence on 27 acres of woodlands does not look or feel like a hospital. Because PTSD causes severe anxiety, comfort can play a massive role in reducing distress. Our facility is the most “home-like” rehab in Ohio.

Why Should I Consider an Ohio PTSD Treatment Center?

If you’re suffering from chronic PTSD, it’s all too common to feel hopeless about your condition. It can feel like your trauma and anxiety have touched every aspect of your life, from your family, to friends, and even career. But we assure you – there is hope.

Our trauma rehab doesn’t just treat your symptoms. We enable true healing from PTSD. We will help you work through – and work past – the trauma that has been following you.

Inpatient treatment has proven to be extremely beneficial for people suffering with PTSD, especially small programs with low populations and low client to staff ratios. Psychiatric hospital settings can sometimes bring about more trauma for people in an already vulnerable position. The Trails is a small and private rehab, allowing us to give you the personal attention required to overcome PTSD.

At The Trails, we’re happy to answer any questions you may have, give tours, or talk to family members about the types of treatment we offer. We go to great lengths to ensure our clients are comfortable entering our program.

How To Help A Loved One With PTSD

It’s heartbreaking to watch a loved one suffer from PTSD. You may feel powerless over your friend or family member’s condition, wanting more than anything to take away some of their pain. You may be nervous to think about what the future holds if their symptoms continue or worsen. As much as you want to help, it’s very important to understand PTSD before approaching a loved one.

Because PTSD symptoms are often brought about by triggers, approaching the subject can be a trigger in itself. Some helpful tips include:

  • Never pressure a loved one to talk about something they don’t want to talk about. Pressure to “open up” can bring about more anxiety or distress.
  • Educate yourself as much as possible about PTSD symptoms, triggers, and treatment options. The more you understand about the illness, the more you will be able to help a loved one.
  • Be patient. For individuals to overcome PTSD, they must be internally motivated to receive treatment. Treatment often requires individuals to face & talk about their trauma, and possibly be exposed to uncomfortable emotions. Though these emotions become manageable through the treatment process, it’s normal for people to need time before they are ready to talk.
  • Don’t take it personally if your loved one reacts defensively. Even when you are educated and approach the subject tactfully, individuals suffering with PTSD can sometimes react defensively if you offer help. Due to anxiety and distress, they may feel as though you are giving up on them. Always approach your loved one with empathy and assure them you don’t blame them for their symptoms – that you want more than anything for them to go back to enjoying life like they did before their trauma. 
  • Remember that offering help can be the best thing you can do for a loved one. PTSD can have dire consequences for some individuals. Receiving treatment can be life saving.

How Do I Start PTSD Treatment in Ohio?

The first step is to give us a call at 866-959-9910. Our phone is always answered by a live person: a compassionate mental health specialist. Whether you are seeking help for yourself or a loved one, we can answer any questions you have, verify insurance benefits, provide no-obligation pre-assessments, and recommend a level of care.

If you aren’t a fit for our program, we can help with recommendations for next steps or where to find help for your situation.

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    What sets them apart from others is the more personalized attention and communication you receive right from the start.

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