If you are looking for a faster way to heal your trauma, you are in the right place!
Emotional wounds are as real and painful as physical bleeding wounds and can affect every aspect of your life.
Whether physical or emotional, pain is our inborn mechanism to warn us that our limits of tolerance have been reached. Therefore, the only true measure of a traumatic event is how you perceive it, not the objective evaluation of the event itself, or what others would think about that event. What really has the potential to fulfill or to haunt your life is the emotional reading of an event, not the event itself.
Although most people associate emotional trauma and post-traumatic stress with the exposure to extreme, unpredictable and uncontrollable situations such as war, natural disasters, major accidents, assault or kidnapping, most of those who suffer from emotional trauma have not experienced nor witnessed themselves extremely dangerous events. This is why the emotional, physical and sexual abuses, bullying at school, at work or at home always have cumulative traumatic consequences and are the leading causes of emotional traumas.
Persistent stress is a negative and unwanted presence in our lives. For as long as the stress is bearable, it will result in bearable future anxiety. When stress becomes extreme and it stretches the perceived emotional pressure beyond the tolerated limit, the emotional response mechanism may not be able to take the load and may break down. Each time when life deceives us and the perceived reality stretches our feelings beyond our emotional tolerance, we may get emotionally hurt.
When the anxiety related to past events is lasting and you remain constantly on high alert and irrationally focused on specific alert triggers related to past events, most probably you are dealing with a traumatic stress. Then, specific noises, sounds, images, gestures, words, smells, or thoughts can trigger flashbacks and irrational behaviours. When a trigger reminds you of a traumatic event, this will suddenly collapse the time and you’ll feel almost the same degree of fear or terror as you did when the recalled event happened. Thus, when exposed to your alert trigger, you can feel fearful or even terrorized in common situations that don’t represent any real danger to a rational mind.
Even though emotional trauma seems to be a highly individual experience, trans-generational PTSD-like or hereditary trauma as well as behavioural patterns may be transmitted across generations through the process of parental epigenetic programming. Thus, traumatic experiences can be passed down from generation to generation, such that children 6 years old and even younger may suffer from preschool traumatic stress and display similar behavioural issues as their parents, or their ancestors. In a similar way, complex transgenerational transmitted information helps the fourth-generation of Monarch butterfly descendants find their way and return to exactly the same sites their great-grandparent once left.
My therapeutic approach is focused on emotions and is based on the physiological and neurological models of behavioural response. From this biological perspective, emotions are at the heart of life's regulatory processes of all living creatures, regardless of whether we are talking about emotions that are genetically determined or those that are somehow the result of a cognitive process. When they occur, emotions cause a change in the state of your physiology, your mind and your body. Therefore, you can control your emotions only to the extent that you can change your physiology (your chemistry), change the thoughts that have induced or have been induced by your emotions (your mind) or change the state of your body (your emotional feelings).
Unlike conventional hypnotherapy approaches that focus on adding a fresh layer of positive emotions on top of your lasting fears and traumas, the somatic hypnotherapy is all about releasing the past by rearranging the emotional reading of the past traumatic experiences. This therapy works with your model of the world and you are getting involved in your therapy process, so that changes are more likely to be easily accepted and long-lasting.
Somatic hypnotherapy is an efficient tool to decompress the triggers and to release the symptoms of the trauma-related conditions by clearing each of the underlying anxiety. This is possible thanks to a somatic hypnotherapy specific technique which sets in motion a process that disables traumatic emotions through a very fast and efficient dissociative process between the traumatic emotions and the factual memories associated with that event.
Your emotional trauma-related and trigger-conditioned symptoms, so present and clearly body-mapped in the beginning of your somatic hypnosis therapy session, will progressively cease and go away with my treatments. Once you release the causal emotions of your overreactions you can change your perception of those past experiences, which in turn will readjust your behaviour.
Whatever the nature of your trauma, after your first session of somatic hypnotherapy you will experience a significant improvement in your trauma related anxiety. After a maximum of three sessions, as you recall the images, sounds and factual events related to your trauma, you will feel as if your traumatic experience would have taken place many, many years ago and the time has erased all negative feelings associated with the event.
Once the healing process is completed, the victims of a traumatic event will be able to easily think of, face or confront a past threat or traumatic memory much more rationally and without any excessive fearful feelings or uncontrolled reactions.
Don’t remain imprisoned by memories of what others have done. Whatever your emotional trauma symptoms are, don't allow them to cripple your life.
The "No Cure - No Pay" principle applies to all my therapies.
Contact me and book your appointment today! Let this be the most exciting experience of your life, and I will be happy to help you on your journey.
Disclaimer: The above content is intended for general informational purposes and does not constitute any psychological or other medical professional advice. I don't diagnose conditions, nor do I interfere with any treatments given by your medical professional.
*The results may vary from person to person.
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