Trauma-Specific Treatment

Man walking up stairs for group therapy appointment.

Specific clinical interventions, typically in either individual or group therapy formats, that are intended to assist service recipients with better managing and resolving the troublesome symptoms of posttraumatic stress that interfere with present functioning and quality of life.

In the State of Michigan's public behavioral health system two trauma-specific treatment models that are the focus of widespread development and implementation are the Trauma Recovery & Empowerment Model (TREM / M-TREM), and the Seeking Safety model.