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PTSD Treatment at Home

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD as it is commonly known, is a mental health disorder causing extreme distress and disruption to an individual’s daily life. It is typically caused by exposure to a traumatic or stressful event and can develop immediately, or even weeks, months or years later. Although very similar in symptoms to that of Acute Stress Disorder, PTSD usually lasts for a longer period.

Contact Orchestrate Health today to learn more about our PTSD treatment at home or via our live-in luxury properties in Mayfair, central London.

Causes of PTSD

Typical causes of PTSD include:

  • Diagnosis of a serious health problem
  • Traumatic childbirth experiences
  • Abuse such as physical, sexual, or emotional
  • A serious accident
  • The death of someone close to you
  • War or a terrorist attack
  • Personal assaults such as rape or torture
  • Symptoms can vary, and they are rarely the same for everyone; however, there are three types of PTSD symptoms which fall into the following categories:

Relevant Reading

How to Support Someone with PTSD

Social-Cultural Factors of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders

Can Your Childhood Trauma Affect you as an Adult? Exploring c-PTSD

Symptoms of PTSD

Symptoms can vary, and they are rarely the same for everyone; however, there are three types of PTSD symptoms which fall into the following categories:


This is the most common symptom of PTSD where something you feel, or experience reminds you of the trauma you experienced. This can include:

  • Flashbacks
  • Nightmares
  • Frightening, repetitive thoughts and sensations
  • Physical sensations such as sweating, nausea, trembling or pain

It is common for the individual to have constant negative thoughts, often asking themselves why the event happened and whether they could have done anything differently. This type of thinking often leads to feelings of shame or guilt and hinders them in coming to terms with the event.


This type of symptom of PTSD – also referred to emotional numbness, means the individual will try to avoid people or certain situations that trigger thoughts of the event, e.g., if they were in a car accident, they might avoid driving, or keeping busy to avoid thinking about the past event.

Hyperarousal (feeling ‘on edge’)

Anxiety is a typical symptom of PTSD, and most people will feel anxious or on edge if they are reminded of the traumatic event. Individuals can be easily started and constantly aware of threats. This can lead to:

  • Insomnia
  • Irritability
  • Outbursts of anger
  • Lack of concentration

In addition to the above three categories, individuals can also experience cognitive mood disorders which are negative changes in feelings and beliefs. These include:

  • Feelings of blame and guilt
  • Negative thoughts about themselves or everything around them
  • A loss of interest in things they previously enjoyed
  • Problems remembering important aspects of the traumatic event
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Stepped Care – The Way Forward for Home Adult PTSD Treatment

You should not have to worry about PTSD getting in the way of your life.

Our Stepped Care model ensures that you only get the level of care you need – we do not believe in a one-size fits all approach. 

Your care with us could range from medication and a monthly check-in to see how you are doing or daily support from one of our therapists – it is entirely up to what you need. We can taper our support up and down according to your needs at the time.

How Does PTSD Treatment Work?


PTSD may be treated with certain medications. These usually have minimal side-effects, but our team will check in with you regularly to see how you are responding. You can continue with medication for as long as you feel that it is helping you.

Therapeutic Support

Often, therapeutic interventions for PTSD are just as effective as medication. Understanding the condition and how it works can help you manage it. Our expert team can help you with changing your repetitive thought patterns. You’ll have access to: 

  • Occupational Health
  • Therapeutic Support workers 
  • Recovery Coaches – mental health coaches who can provide psychosocial support as well as life coaching.

You will have access to PTSD-specific talking-based therapies such as CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) which can help you change your negative thought patterns, develop healthy, realistic goals, and help your task management.

Family Support

PTSD symptoms can also cause arguments and rifts within families if people don’t understand the condition. Orchestrate Health offers the option of family-therapy to help strengthen your support network and pave the way for your long-term recovery.

Receive PTSD treatment at home at Orchestrate Health care in London.

Reach Out for Help Now

If you or a loved one are being held back by PTSD, Orchestrate Health’s team are here to help.  

We deliver rapid assessments carried out at home by one of our psychiatric professionals, followed by a uniquely tailored care plan that best suits your needs.

Contact us today for a free PTSD assessment and start living the first days of your new life. 

To get in touch about our PTSD treatment at home or via our live-in luxury properties in Mayfair, central London, please call us on 0800 193 3277 or email us here.

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