Everyday Dealings of the Service Sector and Their Mental Health

December 21, 2017 in blog, Mental Health

The topic mental health is an extremely popular one. It is talked about frequently. Those suffering from mental illnesses like stress, anxiety, PTSD, and tension are encouraged to come out and be open about their emotions.  They all seek help so that there are no long-term implications. This allows the healing process to be successful.

However, people who are forgotten when talking about the impact of bad mental health are the ones that include all first responders.  Firemen, paramedics, and policemen require mental health assistance the most.  They deal with traumatic incidents and cases on duty on a daily basis.   Not least at this time of year.

Not every firefighting incident is completely successful. Some accidents leave vehicles too damaged to save anyone riding inside. The same way there are robberies and kidnappings that go wrong.  All of these adversely impact the mental health of firemen, police officers and paramedics significantly. Learning to deal with anxiety and tension attached to the jobs of these people is something that is vital and cannot be ignored.

Coping with the daily emotional struggles is a problem.  As one becomes attached to their career, most first respondents end up distancing themselves from such situations.  They desensitize themselves so that they can do their jobs properly.  However, the occurrences still have a negative effect on their mental health which builds up over time and eventually becomes too much to handle for some people.  The high tension and anxiety levels lead to addiction to drugs and alcohol and in some extreme cases to suicide.

The jobs of firefighters, paramedics and policemen entail high pressure and require a great deal of involvement. While some cases may be easier to move past, some incidents stay with the first respondents and haunt them for a long time.  This impacts their work, personal lives and that of those around them.  Worst of all their mental health.

Having mandatory rehab sessions and programs for all first respondents should be a top priority of the authorities if they want efficient and healthy people working to save the lives of others.  The good mental health of these people is essential for the safety of others and their own.  Dealing with mental health issues that come with the stress, anxiety, trauma, and tensions attached to these jobs is crucial.  The Total Release Experience® is a  most cost-effective powerful practice for all service sector heroes.  We have had great results with those we have worked with.  No talking, no medicines, and self-help. Let’s think of them all this Christmas.

 

Learn how to Release from Grief in Hampshire

April 24, 2017 in blog, Mental Health

The news in the last week reminds us that our Princes William and Harry suffered trauma in their lives as a result of losing their mother, their Mental Health has suffered as a result. They encourage us all to heal from grief.  You can learn how to do this in our TRE Workshop in Hampshire on the 29th April 2017. 

An extremely traumatic experience it must have been for the princes at the loss of their mother Princess Diana and then having to walk in a parade with the coffin followed by the eyes of millions around the world. Of course, they would have to have been extremely brave and very hard for the young princes. Prince Harry has now said that he has had counselling and feels much better for dealing with it. He took his time as he resisted for nearly 20 years he said.

Losing a loved one at some point impacts us all.  Whether a parent, child, partner or friend passes away they would not want us to suffer for the rest of our lives. The princes are encouraging us to take on our grief in that we should actively do something about it.

Unfortunately, counselling is not something that all can or want to use to help them through.   There is another way to can take control of grief with a ‘no talking’ physical practice.

In our Workshop in Hampshire on the 29th April you can learn how to release your symptoms from grief.  You will be guided through the process of activating your body’s own release mechanism helping you get over the physical, mental and emotional pain from your loss so that you can start living your life again.

The Total Release Experience is a powerful solution that helps you to heal.

By joining the TRE UK Workshop in Hampshire you will learn to activate your body’s own ability to release.  Once you have learned how to activate your own body’s release mechanism you will be able to carry on the practice in the comfort of your own home.

We provide you in a one day workshop an in-depth understanding, guidance, and support on how your body can heal itself from your loss,  trauma, stress, anxiety or heal from PTSD and build resilience so that you can deal better with whatever life brings to your table.

We run workshops around the country we are in Awbridge, Hamsphire on the 28th April 2017. Find out how learning the Total Release Experience with TRE UK has helped many others in our shared stories

Don’t suffer for twenty years.

Strengthen the Mental Health of Children

January 13, 2017 in blog, Mental Health

Strengthening the Mental Health of our Children is an important role of Parents and Grandparents.

For whatever reason, we are living in challenging times. It is not just adults who suffer mental health problems and PTSD but also children.  We are hearing on our news tonight how 1 in 10 children have a diagnosed mental health problem. The Mental Health of our Children is not something we can ignore.

Did you know for all the children suffering, the Total Release Experience® can take them back to some normality in their life?  How do I know this?  Because we work with children.  When a 12-year-old says after one practice that she feels less angry, has not self-harmed in a week and feels happier, then there has to be something in it.  TRE UK®  now teach the Total Release Experience®.

Mental Health In Schools

Schools that are bold enough to take a look at what can help their students through the issues that face them.

Peer pressure, hormonal issues, parental pressure, exam pressure, sibling rivalry, bullying, abuse mental or physical and a whole host of other issues that face them.  If children get the chance to learn this powerful, self-help practice which they love, we would take the pressure of our health services and save young people from taking their own lives.   In 2015 that was 231 young people.  It is heartbreaking.

If children can learn to release their stress on tap - what a different generation of adults we will have in the future and how many lives would be saved?

How to Learn The Total Release Experience® at TRE UK ®

We provide the following options:

Regional Workshops:

Our regional workshop programme in Kent and the South East is the most cost-effective way to learn this practice:

Please see the regional workshop overview at the bottom of this page or visit our upcoming workshops overview for current locations, dates and prices.

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Learn at home - Skype courses:

If you are not able to make any of our regional workshops, due to distance, health or other reasons, we are pleased to be able to provide you with the possibility to learn this life-changing practice from the comfort of your own home.

Please find out more about our Skype Course programme:

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Private Workshops for familes, individuals or groups:

In only 5 hours you can learn this powerful practice that will be life-changing for you, your family, your team. Whoever you wish to learn this powerful practice with we can tailor our programme to your own group and location.

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