PTSD rewind therapy.
Do you have PTSD?
Would you rather not talk about it?
Are you sick of talking about it?
Are other therapies leaving you feeling drained?
Are you looking for a real solution?
You can benefit from PTSD rewind therapy.
Found to be the safest and most consistently effective method of dealing with traumatic experiences (Human Givens Institute), with most people noticing a significant difference in just 1-3 sessions, compared with other therapies requiring up to 15 sessions or more.
What does it involve?
Unlike some other therapies - you do not need to discuss the details of what happened.
With the use of guided imagery, safely imagining gradual exposure to the trauma (from a safe distance), while keeping emotional arousal levels very low; this helps the brain to process the trauma in a less inhibited way.
The memory can be firstly experienced in a fully disassociated way. The memory is played and rewound in the mind repeatedly until all emotion is drained away. A new response with that old memory is then encoded, allowing it to move to the long-term memory store where it will no longer trigger anxiety. It is very important that this is not attempted without an experienced practitioner.
What can the rewind technique be used for?
- Post traumatic shock.
- Traumatic memories, including of past panic attacks.
- Obsessive Compulsive Behaviour.
- Future experiences that are threatening.
Three Advantages of the rewind:
1. It is safe (unlike critical incident debriefing).
2. It is fast.
3. Is it non-voyeuristic. (You do not need to describe the events to your therapist).
The rewind technique compared with other therapies.
For many years, severe anxiety-based conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder or phobias were considered treatable only through long, painful exposure therapy, and in some cases, not treatable at all.
Now, thankfully, we have access to this comfortable, effective NLP based treatment that can greatly reduce, and even remove, traumatic symptoms much more effectively and quickly.
Adapted from a technique developed by the founders of NLP (Neuo-linguistic Programming), 'the rewind' has been honed by leading psychotherapists, combining the latest scientific discoveries about how memories are stored to use deep relaxation ensure the trauma is disarmed and the emotional power is taken away from it.
Other techniques, such as exposure therapy, Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, EFT (tapping), EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), have been shown to offer insufficient or no method of relaxing the individual; a crucial element of successfully unhooking the associated emotions from the trauma.