Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ( PTSD )Counseling in Langley

Dr. Michael Dadson (Mike Dadson) states, “symptoms of trauma usually start within the three months of a traumatic incident. It has been reported in rare cases, symptoms of PTSD may only occur after a number of years. It is not uncommon for symptoms to be present for a short period, then disappear, only to return again.”

Exposure to new stress may increase the symptoms, as can reminders of the traumatic incident. Therapists who address Post Traumatic Stress Disorder generally use one, or a combination of trauma therapies during treatment.

Dr. Michael Dadson has conducted extensive Trauma, PTSD and dissociation researchduring his tenure as the Executive Director for the Veteran’s Transition Network. Click here to read “Evaluation of a group intervention for veterans who experienced military-related trauma”

As a former board member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD) from 2016-2017,Dr. Dadson was also a named a fellow in 2017 to the ISSTD.

From 2014 to 2018, Dr. Michael Dadson (Mike Dadson) was the National Executive Director and the National Clinical Director of the Veterans Transition Network.

Dr. Mike Dadson was also a Clinical Contractor delivering programs from 2013-2020. During his tenure as the Executive and Clinical Director, Veteran’s Transition Network, Dr. Dadson’s works were introduced to the STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY AND NATIONAL SECURITY

Dr. Michael Dadson’s works on the Treatment for trauma or PTSD may involve one or more forms of therapy.