PTSD / PT STRESS

leavesPost Traumatic Stress Disorder involves a pattern of symptoms that some individuals develop after experiencing a severe traumatic event.  PTSD affects about 7.7 million adults in a given year, according to the National Institute of Health. Symptoms include memories and nightmares, flashbacks, avoidance of things related to the event, severe anxiety, sleeplessness, aggressive behavior and angry outbursts.  Symptoms can strike the individual at any time, most commonly when he or she is reminded of the events in question. (Symptoms and diagnostic criteria can be found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual – 5.)

PTSD is not limited to the military, law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel, rape victims, victims of torture or other extreme sources of trauma.  Indeed, everything we experience that negatively affects our emotional, mental, and physical health is the result of prior unresolved trauma or post traumatic stress.


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symptoms can be occasional and minimal to chronic and debilitating.  Post traumatic stress is the source of all disorders.  All symptoms, from relatively common negative emotional and behavioral reactions to physical illnesses, are the result of internal survival mechanisms coming from unresolved stories and beliefs located in the unconscious mind.  These unresolved trauma stories keep us locked in fear, calling forth our survival responses, which can be anywhere from inappropriate to debilitating.

Unconscious, unresolved trauma ⇒ Fear ⇒ Survival behaviors ⇒ PTSD/PTS reactions/symptoms

PTS symptoms include depression, insomnia, anxiety, over-reactions, over-sensitivity, poor concentration, relationship difficulties, and all physical reactions including cancer and diabetes. It is our experience that when these unresolved stories, deeply hidden in the unconscious mind, are uncovered and resolved, the symptoms of both PTSD  and PTS can be reduced or completely relieved.

HELP FOR RECOVERY

Integrative Memory Therapy®  (Regression Therapy)

This non-hypnotic, depth therapy approach can resolve unconscious memories that are the source of PTSD and PT Stress symptoms.

For more information see Integrative Memory Therapy®

Holistic Triphasic Therapy  (HOTT)

We have consistently seen excellent results from this therapy when the client fully participates in the program.

  • Phase One:  Diagnostic testing and biochemical repair through a healthy nutritional and restorative micro-nutrient program.
  • Phase Two:  Integrative Memory Therapy®  (Regression Therapy)
  • Phase Three: Ongoing Follow-up and Support sessions.

 For more information see Holistic Triphasic Therapy (HOTT).