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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder affects 3.5 percent of the population in the United States. PTSD is a psychiatric disease that can affect persons who have watched or experienced a stressful incident. Sexual assault, witnessing major injuries, or the untimely death of a loved one are some of the most prevalent forms of trauma that can lead to PTSD. I began to wonder if there were any gender disparities in the way males experienced and attempted to cope with trauma when working with both men and women who had been diagnosed with PTSD. Individual counseling in chicago helps to overcome stress and PTSD problems with the help of counseling sessions. 


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