Many people experience a traumatic experience at some point in their life. This can range from something like a car accident, to a natural disaster, to interpersonal violence, military experiences, assault or any event in which a person feels threatened with injury or death. Some people are able to cope and make meaning of these experiences without experiencing adverse reactions or seeking therapy. However, some people may experience reactions to trauma that can range from feelings of anxiety and depression to anger, experiences of flashbacks, nightmares, feelings of numbness, as well as isolation and detachment. These reactions can also impact concentration, awareness and cause one to feel extremely aware or emotionally triggered by everyday occurrences in their environment.