Many people are stuck in insidious situations where the events have snuck up on them and it has not been easy to be objective. It is essential to take action, to rediscover yourself. Experience healing from the pain and loss, and step into new opportunities and directions to go and explore.
One of my clients graciously wrote to me in his Christmas card, ten months after his 3 TRTP sessions:
“Where do I start, you have given my mind a restart. My mind is stronger, I still feel lighter in the steps and my shoulders don’t feel heavy.”
That was one awesome Christmas present! I was so thrilled to hear this from him, and to know that he is an expectant father! So good!!
”I have PTSD and I have tried CBT, EMDR and TRTP and if I had to describe the difference between these three treatment modalities, I would say CBT targets the conscious mind, EMDR targets both the conscious and subconscious mind somewhat effectively, while TRTP targets only the subconscious mind and does so effectively. Trauma in my experience is like a virus infecting a laptop, if it infects 1 or 2 programs, then all you need to do is uninstall those programs and then reinstall them and that is what CBT and EMDR do, but what happens if the virus infects the entire operating system? What if now your laptop works but glitches often, what do you do? You need to format the laptop and install a new operating system, and that is what TRTP does.ET