PTSD trial in Calgary, AB, March 1 - 3, 2015
You are receiving this information as an invitation to participate in a case study utilizing proven methods to alleviate symptoms of intrusive thoughts/memories, nightmares/flashbacks, negative thoughts/beliefs about oneself, avoiding people/situations, difficulty sleeping, problems with concentration/memory, irritability, hyper-vigilance, and/or low mood. This does not include medications, side effects or traditional talk therapies.
Our intention as experts in multiple fields of mental health and wellness are volunteering our time, education and experiences utilizing Hypnotherapy and Trauma Phobia Release Techniques.
We want documented evidence from volunteers with these symptoms in your line of work to prove this works, as we have multiple cases of where it does.
This opportunity is offered so you can experience relief from any of your own personal symptoms. If you are not experiencing any of the symptoms, you may know someone who is. Please feel free to forward this email to those that may also benefit from this opportunity.
This is not in a group or traditional talk therapy setting but is an individual and confidential session.
Date : March 1, 2, or 3
Location : Glamorgan Community Centre, 4207 41 SW, https://goo.gl/maps/AD1vt
Time commitment : 1-3 hours
Cost : none
To volunteer contact Ruth Kuhlen at 4037105537 or email@example.com
We encourage you to contact us at the above, with any questions. Please also feel free to forward this email to those you feel may also benefit from this opportunity.
We look forward to your participation
Ruth Kuhlen, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
Detlef-Joe-Friede - Certified Master Clinical Hypnotherapist, CCMBA, President of the Canadian Hypnosis Association
Elizabeth Bohn - Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, NLP, PSYCH-K
Stephanie Salamon - Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Registered Psychologist, EMDR
If someone can be traumatized in 30 seconds, why can't they be healed in a day, an hour, a minute? -Rick Wilkes, EFT Expert.
All our experiences are stored in both the conscious mind and subconscious mind. Our responses/behaviours/reactions/thought processes are driven from the subconscious mind 95% of the time and from the conscious mind 5% of the time. This explains why we are often unaware of how these experiences affect and shape our lives.
What exactly is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and its affects on the mind and body?
"Adrenaline is one of the hormones that are critical to help us fight back or flee in the face of danger. Increased adrenaline is responsible for drastic rise in heart rate and blood pressure. Under normal conditions people react to a threat with a temporary increase in their stress hormones. As soon as the threat is over, the hormones dissipate and the body returns to normal. The stress hormones of traumatized people, in contrast, take much longer to return to baseline and spike quickly and disproportionately in response to mildly stressful stimuli. The insidious effects of constantly elevated stress hormones include memory and attention problems, irritability, and sleep disorders. They also contribute to many long term health issues.