October 22, 2017

Post Traumatic Stress

How does TRE help Post Traumatic Stress?

Post traumatic stress in it’s severest form of PTSD occurs when a person continues to re-experience the acute effects of a traumatic event long after the event has ceased, often triggered by memories or experiences that remind them of the event and often in situations they can’t control (flashbacks).

Just as the psychology of a memory can impact the body by re-creating the sensations and physical experience of a trauma, changing the physiology, tension patterns and sensations within the body has a similar beneficial impact upon the person’s psychology.

As the tension patterns created during a traumatic event are initiated from deep within the brainstem, it is common to achieve an emotional release or expression without fully discharging the physical tension created and stored wtihin the body at the time of the traumatic or stressful events.

TRE initiates this release mechanism from deep within the brainstem, offering a profound adjunct to talk based and cognitive therapies by providing a physiological self help tool to continually reset the body to a relaxed state without the need for direct ongoing assistance by a therapist and enhancing the work of body based approaches.

Note: TRE is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Medical advice must only be obtained from a physician or qualified health practitioner.
Results may vary between individuals.

There are no guarantees, expressed, or implied.