Try medication for Trauma and PTSD and start living your best life.

Managing Trauma and PTSD? Let’s Navigate It Together.

Living with Trauma and PTSD can mean experiencing heightened anxiety, flashbacks, and emotional distress that disrupt daily functioning and tasks. These symptoms can severely impact confidence and productivity, underscoring the complexities of managing PTSD and trauma. Remember, facing these challenges doesn’t define your capabilities or worth as a person.

Finding Calm Through Therapy and Medication

Combining therapy with medication can create a personalized strategy to manage Trauma and PTSD. It’s about harnessing your strengths and finding ways to navigate the hurdles, helping you to achieve a sense of accomplishment and balance in your daily life.

Everyday tasks can become overwhelming when intrusive thoughts and emotional triggers make it hard to concentrate, a common struggle for individuals with PTSD and trauma.

Feeling like you're always a step behind isn't a personal failure; it's a symptom of navigating the challenges posed by PTSD and trauma.

Your experience with Trauma and PTSD is unique, and struggles with focus or organization are challenges, not character flaws.

A tailored approach with medication and therapy can provide the structure and support you need to thrive.

Stop Suffering.

We see a lot of apprehension around medications, which is good. No one wants to be on medication unless they need to be. Many patients have residual symptoms from their anxiety or depression and that’s really when it’s time to discuss medication management. We see a lot of ‘ I thought everyone dealt with this’ or ‘ It’s not as bad as some people have it’ These comparison statements or thoughts that it’s normal to feel like this are something we try to help work on with my patients. Your problems no matter how big or small matter and should never be compared or diminished based on what someone else is working through.

Seek Help

A session is like a getting-to-know-you meeting. We want to know the patient’s thoughts and feelings about medication and treatments, what has worked for them before, what they have tried, and what their long-term goals are. We need to know any medical conditions and other medications they are taking. The goal of the session is to ensure each patient is happy and agrees with their treatment plan even if that means not adding a new medication.




Put yourself first and begin the process to feel like YOU again!


Your first step to healing starts here. Connect with us—form, call, or email.


Our team will help you schedule a convenient appointment with a therapist who is the right fit for you. 


Start your tailored sessions and rediscover your true self, one step at a time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Starting Medication Management

Beginning med management at Empowered Therapy is simple. Use our contact page to request an appointment or call us directly. We can discuss your questions and select the best treatment for you.

The Cost

Insurances we accept include BCBS-PPO, Blue Choice-PPO, UHC-Optum, and Campus Care. We also take private pay clients and offer a sliding scale fee. Please contact our office to confirm your benefits

COVID-19 & Telehealth
For the safety of our staff & clients, we will be conducting all sessions virtually until further notice. Please contact our office for more information.

Your Voice Heard.


If you’re interested in adding medication management to your therapy program, please fill out the contact form below.

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Attending therapy but still seeing symptoms? 

We see patients who have…

General Anxiety Disorder

Panic Disorder

Social Anxiety

Major Depression Disorder

Pre/Post Partum Depression


Bipolar Type 2