hypnosis change work
COMPLEX PTSD

What can Hypnosis do for PTSD sufferer?

Provide the tools, mechanisms and resources to assist you feeling more in control of the physiological response when triggered with fear.

Providing client with multiple tools, resources, and opportunities to take back a sense of control.

Work with any subconscious beliefs and conclusions about how and why the traumatic event happened - which perhaps, may feed the fear that something which was traumatic and occurred in the past, can happen again now or in the future.

Help them process and release the stored emotions/experiences related to the trauma.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that's triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event.

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I will work with and support your recovery giving you the space and time to recover to the best possible you, you can be

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How can Hypnosis help PTSD?

A large part of the ability to heal any traumatic event prevalent in the mind is, sometimes, allowing them to complete an action they were restricted from doing at the time of the trauma event happening or shortly afterwards, grieving, reacting, closure.

We can, if it is required allow you to safely return to the event and go over likely outcomes as they happened or as they could have been in order to give you the resolve you need to move forward from the triggering event or the emotional attachment you have attached to the incident/event.

It is useful to know and understand the arousal symptoms experience when triggered by memories or thoughts of what happened. although not necessary if revisiting the event is too traumatic for the you,  you will be asked this on consultation.

The response that has and continues to trigger is the flight fight freeze response which is very important to our survival - this is being triggered by memories, past events, and although we are not in that same place or same time and perfectly safe, the trigger (thinking back) engages the response as if still there.

Using hypnosis - we work with the sub conscious mind in order to confront the trauma, understand it, and where possible reset the response to the trigger and doing so, you can, after treatment not have same output of emotion as once before without losing any of the value of the event/incident as it is important to you - perhaps loss of a loved one, or incident where you must face in work - but need your head clear when doing so - military/security forces etc