A person who has experienced or witnessed a traumatic car accident should first visit their physician or emergency room for treatment of injuries and then begin to see a therapist if they notice they are not getting over symptoms of trauma. After witnessing living through a car accident, the fear of driving can become phobia and may cause a person to stop driving, which can affect a person’s ability to fulfill daily responsibilities and engage in other activities. This fear may also progress to other areas, such as fear of being a passenger or fear of using public transportation, leading to increasing amount of time spent alone. Avoiding activities related to driving leads to reduction of symptoms and reinforces the phobia and this can, if left untreated, lead to agoraphobia. Both those who witnessed and those who lived through the trauma of an automobile accident will likely experience worsening symptoms over time without treatment.
Trauma Touch Healing addresses the above symptoms and assists survivors organically release negative emotions from the body so that one can begin to heal and return to a place of peace, balance, health.