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Hemel Hempstead – 26th March

March 26, 2017 in

North West London TRE UK Workshop to learn the Total Release Experience.  This venue is accessible from M25, M1, A41 locations include London, Luton, Aylesbury, Milton Keynes and Watford.

Learn the natural way to heal from symptoms of stress, anxiety, trauma and PTSD.  We provide excellent tuition, support materials and ongoing after care.   This Workshop costs £90.00 for the day.  We provide refreshments.  We also offer discretionary concessions.

Hemel Hempstead – 12th February 2017

February 12, 2017 in

We look forward to adding this new venue near to North London to the Diary.  Easy access from A1,  M1, M25 and M40 and locations such as St Albans, Kings Langley, Luton, Milton Keynes, Oxford and London.  Learn the Total release Experience, a powerful, natural ‘No Talking’ practice for the physical release of symptoms from stress, anxiety, trauma and PTSD.Our Workshops will provide excellent teaching and support as well as all the appropriate materials that you can begin a home practice.

The cost for this Workshop is £90.00.  We offer discretionary concessions.

How Can I See Emotional Trauma?

June 21, 2013 in blog, Let the Energy Flow

 I was having a talk with friend about how the perception of trauma has changed. She was thinking of her grandfather, who even now sits in a cloud of his own thoughts and does not engage much with his eight children and nearly twenty grandchildren. The explanation she was given was always the same, “You know he never quite got over the war.”

 Today the idea of shell shock is outdated, and we know that a traumatic experience of any kind can have real power. The trouble is, it can’t be seen like a wound or a scar. So how do you know if you should seek help for it?

 There are several risk factors for trauma that often go overlooked. For example, if the trauma occurred in childhood it not only leaves a deeper trace, it also increases the risk of being susceptible to traumatic stress as an adult. Some violent natural occurrences like earthquakes, floods, or tornadoes can cause traumatic stress. A bad breakup or even what might seem like a normal physical injury might bring out these overwhelming and unpredictable emotions that leave you feeling stuck and drained.

 Who’s at risk? Again, children, or those who had a traumatic experience as a child are particularly at risk. Also at risk are those who are already under a great deal of stress, or whose stressful experience is a repeated one. 

 What will I feel like?  Many who have suffered from PTSD and similar stress issues speak of feeling empty, numb, or unable to cope with the normal ups and downs of life. You may also seem to be re-living the traumatic event day after day. Insomnia is also a common side effect.

The most important thing is not to ignore how you feel. You should also communicate, whether that’s to a diary, a pet, a family member or a friend. Step by step develop a routine of healthy behaviors, mindful of what makes you feel upset and uncomfortable and what makes you feel relaxed and safe.