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The Program Differences

Fosters Collaboration
The center brings together clinicians at UC Health, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center to optimize the understanding and treatment of traumatic stress and the degree to which clinical activities are coordinated, evaluated and disseminated.

Family-Centered Care
We understand that PTSD not only affects the diagnosed individual, but his/her entire family as well. That is why our goal is provide an individualized, comprehensive treatment approach to ensure the entire family receives the care needed to resume and maintain a healthy life.


Our center emphasizes the use of evidence based psychotherapy to treat people with PTSD. In working with a therapist, you and/or your loved ones will learn the strategies and tools you need to deal with stress and the problematic thoughts and behaviors created by the traumatic event. Psychotherapy helps patients better manage their symptoms and function at their best in everyday life. Your treatment program may include individual, couples, group and/or family counseling. Individualized treatment will be based on your age, overall health, medical history, family and personal relationships, preferences and expectations. Most treatment options consist of weekly 60-90 minute sessions for approximately 2-4 months.