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Trauma Awareness & Treatment Center

What we do

Click here to get the latest news coming from the Trauma Awareness and Treatment Center. We like to keep people up to date and reach out to those we help.

Trauma can strike anyone, anytime, and anywhere. We serve everyone, from any age, of every ethnicity, to every walk of life. Whether it's Veterans who have experienced PTSD in the field, or teenagers who fell victims to bullying and abuse both in and out of school, to children living a hard life at home. We are dedicated to helping you and your loved ones overcome the pain that comes from bad experiences so that you can find the life you love to live.


If you would like to help the cause of treating trauma victims, please explore our website and visit our donation page to see if this is a cause you would like to support. Also feel free to Contact us if you have any further questions or comments.

Who We Serve

We resolve psychological trauma in all ages and cultures. Click here to learn more about our Rapid Pain Release program and how it quickly helps victims get back on their feet.

Pain Release

Funding Provided by Salt Lake County

Welcome!

Phone: 801-263-6367


Operation Hours:
Mon - Fri 9am - 7pm (closed weekends)


​Address: 32 W. Winchester St, Ste 101, Murray, UT 84107 

Our role here at the Trauma Awareness and Treatment Center is to identify and help treat traumatized victims. We offer counseling and trauma treatment to all those who are looking for relief. Trauma can happen in a variety of ways to a large variety of people. There are very few people trauma cannot reach, and most who are faced with trauma often do not have the means to combat it. Some may not even realize they are victims of trauma. If you'd like to learn more about what trauma is and all its different types, please visit our Trauma page for more information.


What we believe makes us special is Dr. Larry Beall's created and time proven method for the rapid release of pain. Many different kinds of pain are caused by traumatic events. Trauma is painful, and learning how to get past that pain and get on with life, as quickly as possible, is our number one goal. To learn more about who we are, visit the About Us page. To get an idea about our core treatment for trauma, please visit our Rapid Pain Release (RPR) page.