I can help you cope and recover!
The good news is that it’s entirely possible to heal and recover from past trauma. A specialist like me can help accelerate the healing process, and support the patient to full recovery, as well as giving them an understanding of the thoughts and feelings they have been experiencing, allowing them to confidently move forward with their life.
For a trauma victim, the effects of a traumatic event can develop into simple or complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD). Traumatic events that are experienced just once will often lead to simple PTSD, however chronic or persistent traumatic events, such as suffering years of abuse, can result in Complex PTSD, which is a more serious anxiety disorder requiring more complex treatment. Learning to cope and move on with life after suffering from trauma comes with its own unique challenges, not just based on the individual but also based on the event itself. For example, if the event involved a factory accident, going back to work in the same environment may present serious mental and emotional challenges, as well as physical reactions.
Working with a professional like me can help trauma victims let go of painful memories and negative emotions and focus on building their future. The correct support will also help them maintain a healthy mind and body and foster caring relationships, which could otherwise suffer.
For conditions requiring a flexible delivery that supports the complex and often prolonged recovery associated with PTSD or CPTSD, I have developed a service called COACHD Combined. COACHD Combined isn't a singular approach or treatment, it is a flexible therapy and skills delivery that supports the client's new and emerging circumstances over a prolonged period. COACHD Combined draws from the many powerful attributes of my RTT™, Hypnotherapy, Coaching, Counselling and Mentoring services, to support the entire lifecycle of the client recovery. COACHD Combined clients receive one-to-one support from me across all aspects of COACHD services.
It is not recommended for trauma sufferers to attempt their healing on their own as they are unlikely to have the knowledge and skills necessary to support their recovery in the appropriate way. As an example, someone could find themselves deeply reliving the memory of a traumatic event, which could traumatise them further. In a situation like this, I would be able to guide the individual away from the memory and help them create a safe space to regain their calmness and a sense of safety.
A key objective when working with a professional therapist is to access your conscious and subconscious memories in a safe and constructive way. As a professional therapist I understand the inner workings of the mind and the part of the mind plays in creating the symptoms associated with PTSD. I help my clients unravel the mental and emotional blocks they are experiencing and the damaging beliefs that trauma has created in their subconscious mind. I know that the only thing my trauma clients can truly control is their thoughts. I remind them that it is their thoughts that control their feelings and their feelings that control their actions, and their actions that control the events they experience. I help them see that when they change their pattern of thinking, they can change everything.
So, if you’ve been routinely convincing yourself that you are a victim and can no longer find connection, and that a normal life isn’t available to you, your mind will do everything it can to make that your reality. Issues including Depression, Nerves, Anxiety and Confidence are good examples of this, they are your mind and body's response to the beliefs that you hold about yourself, beliefs that can give rise to an even more powerful ‘inner critic’. Your mind will keep you exactly where you tell it you want to be, as if acting on your instructions.
Although the mind resists change, it is also quite brilliant at changing through repetition. In other words, tell your mind something enough times and in the right way and it happily recodes itself to the new instruction. That’s an aspect of the mind that I take full advantage of when treating clients suffering from PTSD or CPTSD.
Whilst I can’t change someone’s past, I can help them change the narrative of their mind and the story they tell themselves. I help my clients experience a world that is not limited by the restrictive vision of their anxiety. With COACHD Rapid Transformational Therapy™(RTT™) and Hypnotherapy, past trauma does not have to control your life.
RTT™ is a complete solution-based treatment, offering fast effective results by combining the most effective principles of Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, NLP, CBT and Neuroscience.
I use this powerful therapy to help people get to the root cause of their emotional, physical, or cognitive issues. When I treat a client for trauma, I believe it is crucial to help them change their way of thinking, and any unhelpful beliefs and patterns of behaviour. Concentrating on the causes rather than the symptoms vastly increases the chance of success and lasting change.
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COACHD hypnotherapy works with the subconscious mind, helping people deal with past trauma and transforming any negative thoughts and beliefs into positive, empowering new ones. With COACHD Rapid Transformational Therapy™(RTT™) and Hypnotherapy, my clients learn how to master their thoughts and feelings and transform the harmful effects of trauma for good. I believe my therapy is the most powerful and effective treatment available for trauma. Read more about Rapid Transformational Therapy™(RTT™).