• Acute Stress Disorder (ASD)
    This is an anxiety disorder. You have it if you feel certain symptoms of stress in the month after a shocking, scary or traumatic event, even though you aren't in danger. It's similar to post traumatic stress disorder (commonly called "PTSD"). Some people who have ASD go on to develop PTSD.
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
    This condition is an anxiety disorder. It can develop after a traumatic event. A person who has PTSD may feel stressed or frightened long after the event, even when there is no danger. If you have PTSD, this can severely impact your life.
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
    This is an injury that damages your brain. It results in brain dysfunction. It can severely impact your life.
  • Traumatic Events and Mental Health
    A traumatic experience can have a lasting impact on you. An accident, a violent crime or a natural disaster can hurt you mentally in ways that aren't obvious to others. This is especially true for people who struggle with things like stress or depression. It's important to recognize when you need help.