Online Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Therapy

For Mental Health & Substance Addiction

Request A Callback

"*" indicates required fields

As effective as traditional in-person IOP treatment

Morning, noon or evening therapy sessions

Save on travel, childcare & other expenses

We’re highly reviewed by past clients

star-icon star-icon star-icon star-icon star-icon
See all reviews

Post-traumatic stress disorder can result in life-disrupting symptoms. Treat PTSD with Modern Recovery Services online therapy. 

Get the help you’re seeking and receive online counseling from the comfort of your own home. 

Our virtual counseling services provide a variety of benefits:

  • Address traumas and any underlying psychological conditions
  • Learn strategies and skills to prevent relapse
  • Participate in online counseling in individual or group settings
  • Access to an online counselor available 24/7 
  • Live a happier, healthier, and more productive life

Online therapy makes getting the help you need easier than ever before. Post-traumatic stress disorder is treatable. Take the first step to a new you by enrolling in online treatment.

phone-icon (844) 949 3989

What is Online Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Therapy?

Research has shown that online therapy can be just as effective as in-person therapy in treating PTSD. 

Online PTSD counseling can be a good option for someone seeking treatment but also wants to maintain their daily responsibilities. Fit therapy into your busy schedule and save time commuting to a treatment facility. 

Seeking treatment online can also be more affordable compared to other options. Most insurance companies provide coverage for telehealth mental health services. 

If you live in a remote area without many treatment options nearby, online counseling for PTSD may be a convenient option for you.

When you go with Modern Recovery Services, you will receive access to many resources and tools that will complement your therapy program.

“People have hurdles to get to treatment, and we can remove those hurdles for them and make it more accessible”

At Modern Recovery Services, we understand that treatment has to be multifaceted. We provide services that treat the whole patient; mind, body, and spirit. 

If you don’t yet have a diagnosis, we provide psychiatric consultations to identify the issue. If our providers believe medication is warranted, we have the ability to prescribe drugs.

Our program includes traditional cognitive-based therapy sessions in both individual and group settings. 

We also provide access to family sessions as we know that sometimes post-traumatic stress disorder can impact a person’s family. These sessions allow for an individual’s family to be involved in the recovery process and support long-term success. 

We work with you to evaluate your life and develop both short and long-term goals. We support you in your journey and help you to be successful in achieving these goals. 

We even go as far as providing support as needed for academics or vocational training. Modern Recovery Services will help put you on a path to a healthier, more productive life. 

You can expect to spend about 9 hours a week working with our professionals for a minimum of 8 weeks. 

A summary of what we offer: 

  • Psychiatric evaluation and medication management, if needed
  • Cognitive-based group and individual therapy
  • Personalized coaching, available 24/7, with short and long-term goal management
  • Family therapy sessions 
  • Vocational training and academic support, if needed

We Accept Insurance

We work with most major insurance providers to help minimize the cost of treatment. Let’s check to see if your provider will cover your treatment.

We’re in-network with BlueCross BlueShield

Evidence-Based Treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Modern Recovery Services utilizes best practices for treating post-traumatic stress disorder. We evaluate each patient individually to determine the best course of action on a case-by-case basis.

No two patients are alike and therefore no two people will have the same treatment plan. 

Evidence-based treatment is the fusion of a medical professional’s expertise, combined with patient preferences, and the best practices of treatment that are supported by solid research. 

According to the American Psychological Association, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and prolonged exposure are two types of therapy that are strongly recommended. 

During CBT, patients focus on the relationship between thoughts and their behaviors. They work with a counselor to change these negative behavior patterns by changing the thoughts and feelings that are behind them.

CBT can help modify the thought patterns that are leading to the negative symptoms interrupting a person’s life. 

The mechanism behind prolonged exposure teaches patients to face trauma-related feelings and memories that may have been previously avoided. 

By facing these emotions and memories head-on, patients are able to process the memories and become less sensitive to cues and triggers.

phone-icon (844) 949 3989

You deserve to feel better

Change can start with a single phone call – We’re here to listen.

Online Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Counseling and Dual Diagnosis Treatment

It is common for those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder to also struggle with substance abuse. 

Individuals may abuse drugs to self-medicate and try to suppress thoughts and feelings. 

A dual diagnosis occurs when a person struggling with PTSD or any other mental health disorder is also diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder. 

Receiving treatment for only one of the two diagnoses will not be effective.

At Modern Recovery Services, we are experienced in treating individuals who receive a dual diagnosis. Historically, substance abuse may have been treated first and mental health treatment came after. 

We understand that to be successful both conditions should be treated simultaneously. 

People who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder may experience difficulty sleeping or be easily startled during the day. They may suffer from intrusive thoughts that constantly take over their mind. 

It is also common for those with PTSD to feel irritable, angry, or want to be alone.

In a search for relief from these symptoms, a person may turn to drugs to help cope. 

By focusing on a dual diagnosis approach, there is less chance for a relapse since you are getting to the root of the problem.

Also, you will experience health benefits by detoxing your body of harmful drugs and supporting the physical state you need to recover. 

If you receive a dual diagnosis, you will be able to work with both addiction and mental health specialists through Modern Recovery Services. 

Having an understanding of the complex relationship between substance abuse and PTSD will help you overcome both of these conditions.

Benefits of dual diagnosis treatment: 

  • Higher success rates and less likelihood of relapse
  • Improved physical health to support a full recovery
  • Increased understanding of your condition and empowerment to recover

If you or a loved one is suffering from PTSD, contact Modern Recovery Services today to learn more about our online post-traumatic stress disorder therapy and begin your journey back to wellness.