Monica Ariyo MSN, APN, PMHNP, works with many distressed teens and tries to help them better understand the emotional troubles that impact their lives. This problem is often quite complex and may have many roots that branch out and cause emotional troubles. Thankfully, it is possible to get to the roots of these issues and figure out what is causing them, providing a teen with a strong sense of emotional relief.
How Monica Ariyo RN APN Helps With Teen Trauma
Studies have found that trauma often starts with a simple problem or mistake, a problem that Monica Ariyo MSN, APN, PMHNP, can trace back to the root of a teen’s suffering. Often, a teen experiences a minor emergency at a young age and cannot process the emotions it triggers. This problem is significant because it may cause that individual to suffer as a trauma as a teen and find it hard to avoid serious PTSD issues.
For example, a young child may be teased for wearing the wrong clothes one day or clothes that don’t seem “cool” to other children. Those mocking jokes may end up affecting a child’s emotional understanding and make them think that they are not “cool” in any way. These emotions may linger throughout childhood and then intensify into the teen years, triggering many emotional challenges.
That’s why starting out this process with teens is important, Monica Ariyo APN PMHNP B-C believes because it is at this age where emotions are at their hardest to control. Teens who suffered trauma at a young age may find the end emotional result waging a war against their happiness and cause them to suffer needlessly.
This problem can quickly spread almost like a virus and take over a person’s life by forcing unhappy thoughts and destructive patterns of behavior that could become very troubling as a teen ages into adulthood and into old age. Many people experience this emotional trauma cycle without even realizing it, which is even worse because they may normalize their negative thoughts and accept them as reality.
That said, it is possible to tear through these difficulties and provide a higher level of understanding to examining the roofs of a person’s trauma at a deeper level. By working with teens to help them understand the roots of their trauma, Monica Ariyo MSN, APN, PMHNP, believes that it is possible to help them restore a stronger emotional health cycle and to walk away from trauma as a happier and healthier person.
Great results don’t just occur overnight, though. It takes time for therapists and nurses to carefully walk their clients and patients through the complex process of understanding themselves and their emotions. Thankfully, this type of help has become more readily available in recent years, giving people a better chance of understanding the depths of their emotional struggles and their emotional strengths as well.