PTSD and Trauma Treatment Services in Kenosha, WI

At Pathways Consulting in Kenosha, we offer expert trauma-informed care, including specialized therapies like EMDR, to assist individuals in healing from PTSD and traumatic experiences. Our dedicated therapists are here to support you through your journey of recovery and resilience.

  • Individualized assessment to understand your trauma history.
  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy to process trauma.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for trauma-related symptoms.
  • Supportive counseling to rebuild safety and trust.
  • Techniques for managing triggers and reducing PTSD symptoms.

What to Expect

  • A safe, confidential, and compassionate environment.
  • A personalized treatment approach tailored to your unique experiences.
  • Collaboration with you at every step of your treatment journey.
  • Regular monitoring of your progress and adjustment of treatment plans as needed.
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Begin your path to healing from trauma.

Reach out to our Kenosha clinic today to start your journey towards recovery and empowerment.

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19 Web Or Mls M 4633 Washington Rd., Kenosha, Wi 19


EMDR is a therapy designed to help process and reduce the distress associated with traumatic memories, aiding in the recovery from PTSD.

The duration varies depending on individual needs and the nature of the trauma, but some clients see significant improvements within just a few sessions. More pervasive trauma experiences will take longer.

Yes, PTSD can be effectively treated regardless of how much time has passed since the traumatic event occurred.

It's common to feel anxious about starting treatment, but our therapists provide a supportive and safe environment to ease into the process.

Offer understanding and patience, encourage them in their treatment journey, and consider family therapy sessions to better understand and support them.