Link to this course(special discount)
Treating PTSD, Trauma & Phobias With The Rewind Technique – learn PTSD
What you will learn in this course ?
What you’ll learnIdentify and treat the underlying trauma which is driving the phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder or trauma underlying and driving other psychological problems like depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and addictionsBe creative and develop their own ways of treating trauma by using the principles of the Rewind Technique. This could be through story-telling or using ‘real-life’ settings, or creating a different version of the Rewind Technique which better fits the individual client
In this course, you will learn:
How to treat phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder, and trauma that underlies many other psychological problems (like: depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, and addictions) with the Rewind Technique.
What causes phobias and post-traumatic stress disorder
How to handle challenges you may face with clients
The principles behind the Rewind Technique and how to effectively deliver the techniqueHow to get creative with those principles so that you can create your own versions of the technique, like creating stories around the technique
What other issues the Rewind Technique works well for treating
To aid your learning there are additional notes and I have included 12 of my self-hypnosis PTSD and phobia treatment mp3’s (worth over £95 GBP) that you can use yourself or listen to as examples of using the Rewind Technique to treat different phobias and PTSD.
The tracks are:
Fear of enclosed spacesFear of flyingFear of going outside your homeFear of needlesFear of open spacesFear of puppetsFear of ratsFear of vomitingGeneric phobia cureFear of spidersFear of snakesPTSD treatment for soldiers
This course includes five practice exercises and five quizzes to help test and embed your knowledge.
The Rewind Technique is an incredible technique which allows you to target the core of someone’s phobia or post-traumatic stress disorder and treat it rapidly – often within a single session, helping clients achieve freedom from the trauma that has held them back so that they can move on with their lives.
It isn’t uncommon to have helped someone relieve trauma, a phobia or PTSD that they have had for decades within 10-15 minutes which can be highly rewarding for you as the therapist as well as life changing for the client.
Many psychological issues that clients present with in therapy have trauma at their core. Clients with obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety issues, depression and addictions frequently have trauma as a core component driving them. It could be the trauma laid down the thinking and behavioural patterns which underlie the development of depression or anxiety issues, or that led to obsessive compulsive behaviours which developed to protect the individual from experiencing similar trauma again, or addictive behaviours to block out or cope with the trauma.
Those experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder may develop relationship issues, face unemployment and find themselves not getting their basic emotional needs met as they struggle with outbursts of anger, depression, anxiety, flashbacks and more. Yet a single session with the Rewind Technique removing the power of the past trauma can transform the present and future for that individual.
In a single session you can help them end flashbacks, angry outbursts and anxiety, you can help them feel a sense of peace and calm they perhaps haven’t experienced in years, you can give them hope and help them to begin their journey out of depression, or take the power out of their obsessive compulsive disorder and all of this helps improve their relationships and ability to work.
Many other approaches to trauma treatment take many sessions and often involve having the person relive or re-experience the trauma through approaches like exposure therapy or critical incident debriefing. This can reinforce the trauma rather than remove it. Or they look for what is ‘behind’ the trauma, trying to figure out why the person developed the trauma in the first place, yet most people with PTSD or a phobia know why they have the trauma but this knowledge hasn’t treated them, when it is illogical – for example, in the case of a phobia like a fear of flying and knowing that flying is one of the safest modes of transport, this also doesn’t help to treat the phobia because trauma is processed non-consciously. It is a ‘fight-or-flight’ survival response which is stubbornly resistant to trying to treat it with logic and reason.