PTSD Treatment

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About PTSD

Treatment can be a combination of psychotherapy or counseling, and medication. Counseling aims towards a better understanding and processing of the patient’s thoughts and feelings. For example, guilt feelings over not having prevented the death of a friend can be addressed through self-forgiveness.

Commonly felt emotions by individuals with PTSD can include fear, anxiety, sadness, depression, guilt, shame, anger and irritability. The symptoms of trauma usually manifest because of unsettled thoughts and emotions.

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder is experienced by so many people in so many walks of life.  Here at ATP Ministries, we believe that the most powerful tool for healing is a relationship with the Lord and that by using available resources, along with seeking His love and grace, hope that can come from no other source will be found and healing will be even stronger.

God is a God who is able to reach deep down into our soul – our emotions and thoughts and will – and bring healing and freedom! One can pray for a person suffering from PTSD by asking the Holy Spirit to bring transformation or renewal to his mind and healing of the heart and soul. This can help speed up progress in counseling, or even bring an instant miracle! The Holy Spirit is the best Counselor and Comforter (John 14:26). He is also our Healer.

This, however, does not mean that counseling should be forgone and be replaced by prayer alone. Because traumatic experience may have caused lies and fear to enter into the person’s heart and the painful incident wounded the person’s soul, we should pray for healing of the soul and renewal of the mind.  Finding a Christian PTSD treatment counselor is best, but if there is a government-funded program that does not have a Christian counselor on hand, then reading the Scriptures and having someone pray will go a long way toward recovery.

PTSD Treatment Centers

PTSD Programs for Military & First Responders

Prayers for PTSD Victims

There are so many passages in the Bible, especially in the Psalms, that we can pray over a person with PTSD. He or she may even read them and declare them over his or her mind, heart, will, spirit and body. Having said that, here are some Scripture-based prayers that can help. Search out the Bible for more if you wish. But for now, you can use this prayer by simply filling in the blanks with the name of the person you are praying for:

Father, make Your presence known to ______ each and every single day, as the God who is near to the brokenhearted and who saves the crushed in spirit. (Psalm 34:18) For indeed You are.

In Your name I speak healing and restoration upon each and every wound that was inflicted upon _____’s life. Thank You for healing and binding my friend’s wounds! (Psalm 147:3)

Holy Spirit, expose the lies of the enemy that have entered my friend’s life because of his/her trauma. Jesus, bring _____ to an encounter with Your Word. Reveal Your truth to my friend and let every lie be broken and let every mindset come into alignment with Your Word. God, wash _____ with Your Word. (Romans 12:2)

I declare that ____ will stand in agreement with Your word that says only goodness and mercy shall follow him/her all the days of his/her life. (Psalm 23, Jeremiah 29:11).

Abba, I release a revelation of the spirit of sonship upon my friend right now. You have not given ____ a spirit of slavery to fall back into fear, but he/she has received the Spirit of adoption as sons, by whom he/she can cry “Abba! Father!” (Romans 8:15) Reveal Your unfailing and everlasting love that conquers all fear!

Cast out fear from ____’s heart. (1 John 4:18a) Let Your love rain down upon him/her, bringing healing to his/her mind, emotions, will and spirit, even his/her body. Overwhelm ______ with Your healing power. Overwhelm him/her with Your loving presence.

For as high as the heavens are above the earth, so great is Your steadfast love toward ______; as far as the east is from the west, so far You remove ______’s transgressions from him/her. (Psalm 103:11-12) You have purchased my friend for a price and that is through the blood of Your Son Jesus. I declare freedom from every burden of fear, anxiety, depression, guilt, shame and anger, by the power of the blood of Christ! And I speak love, peace, freedom, wholeness, joy and thanksgiving. In Jesus name, I pray. Amen.

PTSD Resources for Military


Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs

Mighty Oaks Overview

The mission of Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs is to operate on a standing commitment to reach the brokenhearted, with a specific calling to assist our nation’s military Warriors and families find a new life purpose through a hope in Christ, after enduring hardship through their service to America.

Reboot Alliance
Recognizing the unique and profound challenges facing military personnel, veterans, emergency responders and their families, Reboot Alliance seeks to rekindle their hope by creating an environment of healing, linking them with practical resources, supportive connections and Biblical solutions.

Recommended Reading 

Combat Trauma Healing Manual by Chris Adist

When War Comes Home by Chris and Rahnella Adist and Marshele Carter Warsell

Redeployed: How Combat Veterans Can Fight the Battle Within and the War at Home 

Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs: Resources and Help

PTSD Yard Signs  for Combat Veterans:

“Combat Veteran Lives Here: Please be courteous with Fireworks”

“Combat Veteran Lives in the Area: Please be courteous with Fireworks”