Resolve Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Have a positive future by overcoming your past.
Have you experienced abuse or violence? Are you suffering emotional or physical pain? Have you experienced accident or injury? We have all suffered problems, difficulties, abuse, bereavements or emotional / physical pain in our life. What is important is how we deal with these traumas or their consequences if we don’t.
“ I had suffered from severe panic and anxity attacks for the past 20 years. A freind happend to mention it could be related to a traumatic incident that happened in my youth. By good chance I found Adrian at the Wellbeing Clinic.
I felt Adrian understood my situation and we worked together in a control way to deal with the trauma. He often spent much more time with me than the normal hour session at no extra cost. I felt very comfortable with Adrian and his methods and do now feel as though I have much more control of my life.”
Michael Lusted. Kent.
Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) is a simple technique which has proven to be very effective in addressing and resolving most of the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other unwanted affects of trauma (physical, emotional, mental injury, hurt or harm).
The theory of Traumatic Incident Reduction is based on the concept that our past traumas retain their emotional charge (power) over us and continue to have a negative, harmful, or damaging effect on us because we have not dealt with (confronted) them. Emotional pain like physical pain serves a useful purpose: it lets us know that there is something we need to deal with.
Who may want Traumatic Incident Reduction?
When something happens that is physically or emotionally painful, we have two alternatives. One alternative is to deal with (confront) that pain fully, feeling the pain or the second alternative is to block, bury or deny it. With the first alternative, feeling and dealing with the pain (trauma) we are able to accept and come to terms with it. This allows the incident to become a past incident something that we experienced, dealt with and has become an old memory. However in the second alternative we repress the traumatic (painful) incident. We don’t feel it, deal with it so it continues to exist as ongoing, unfinished business. As negative energy it will continue to cause negative effects.
The most obvious candidates for Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) are people who have survived any trauma or major loss, or who exhibit any symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.