Accelerated Trauma Resolution 

Trauma can happen in a moment.  But the fallout can be quite persistent and can remain very painful and disruptive.  The fallout can stay with you for a long time.  Fortunately, just as trauma can happen quickly, trauma can also be resolved quickly.  Much more quickly than seems possible. I

Trauma resolution may involve clinical hypnosis, conversational hypnotherapy, and training in self-hypnosis.  The beauty of the methods are that they all ttake advantage of the way neural networks in your brain can quickly rewire.

Accelerated trauma resolution is real.  It is based on how the brain processes trauma.  Basically, the method talks you through a series of steps that undoes how trauma is stored in your brain.     

 

  What Can Cause Trauma? (hint...any threat)
  • Verbal, physical, or sexual abuse events
  • Unexpected attacks or combat
  • Inconsistent rules
  • Isolation
  • Medical procedures or diagnoses
  • Adoption or change of caregiver
  • Heartbreak or grief
  • Failures
  • Rejection or embarrassment
  • Natural disasters
  • Bad news
  • Disabilities or injuries
  • Things that are not fair
  • Hopelessness and helplessness
The Process of Trauma Resolution is the same for all because the brain's design dictates how trauma is encoded and resolved.

Panic and Anxiety Resolution

People who suffer from panic and anxiety find their life becoming smaller as they try to avoid triggers and potential embarrassment.

Panic and anxiety have different sources.  Anxiety is caused by a fight or flight reaction to a threat.  The threat can come from self talk, from imagination, or from memory.  Dissociation may also happen when chronic anxiety causes exhaustion or when there is a sense of helplessness.  In dissociation, instead of flight, the nervous system freezes.  Anxiety can be treated by teaching the fight or flight reaction to calm down.  

Although it may feel like anxiety, panic has a different cause.  Panic comes from short or long term changes in breathing.  This can be the result of chronic anxiety.  But it can also be the result of genetic hypersensitivity to changes in blood gases. 

 

Panic, unlike anxiety, is accompanied by a feeling of suffocation.  Panic is more prevalent in people with Asthma or COPD, or in smokers.  Panic can be treated with biofeedback methods.

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