2 Part Treatment. Can be done 24 to 48 Hours apart.
This treatment works with PTSD in helping to heal very deep issues of trauma. Many attach this disorder to war, but it can be the result of childhood trauma, sexual abuse, mental abuse, emotional abuse or physical abuse.Some forms of trauma as an adult which can lead to PTSD are car accidents, natural disasters, sudden illness such as a stroke or heart attack, or death of a loved one. PTSD can develop following a traumatic event that threatens your safety or makes you feel helpless. PTSD develops differently in each person. It can arise suddenly, gradually, or come and go over time. Sometimes symptoms appear seemingly out of the blue. At other times they are triggered by something that reminds one of the original traumatic event, such as a noise, an image, certain words, or a smell.
While everyone experiences PTSD differently, there are three main types of symptoms. 1. Re-experiencing the traumatic event. 2. Avoiding reminders of the trauma. 3. Increased anxiety and emotional arousal.
This treatment does not replace therapy that one may already be seeking or thinking about seeking.