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If you suffer from a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), I know that you are dealing with an alarming condition that has a deep emotional effect onyour well-being as well as on your loved ones.
Those who suffer from PTSD include individuals who have experienced or witnessed a life-threatening event such as a violent military combat experience, a natural disaster, a gun-shot wound, a serious accident, or a physical or sexual assault… even emergency responders who help victims during such traumatic events.
The disorder also includes those suffering from Complex PTSD (C-PTSD), also known as Captivity Abuse or Chronic Inescapable Trauma. These are victims of repeated childhood sexual abuse or abandonment, domestic violence, forced prostitution, kidnapping, or prisoners of war.
As a result of the trauma, the brain is altered in such a way that the survivor of the post-traumatic stress views the world, other people, and themselves in profoundly pernicious ways.
As time passes, your shock and fear might fade. But what if you can’t shake the anxiety, insomnia, and flashbacks that stem from that trauma?
If that is the case for you, I invite you to come to the Stress Management & Prevention Center, LLC, where I teach gentle, mindfulness-oriented interventions, which are now known to create positive changes in the brain ~ in other words, fix the affected areas of the brain through the process known as neuroplasticity.
This is supported by a recent collaborative study from the University of Michigan Health System and the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System that showed that these interventions help veterans with PTSD find relief from their symptoms. It is also supported by the work of doctors Victoria M. Follette, John Briere, Deborah Rozelle, James W. Hopper, and David I. Rome in the book they edited, Mindfulness-Oriented Interventions for Trauma.
Are you at the point of giving up?
• Memories of that traumatic experience keep creeping back in?
• Another night of tossing and turning with nightmares, and exhaustion?
• Are you struggling with an addiction that is affecting your quality of life and that of your loved ones?
You know you need help, but feel you’ve run out of options.
I know exactly what you’re struggling with. Yet, no matter how difficult your situation seems to be, you can take control of your life. Don’t fear I’m here for you.
Let me invite you to come to our Center, where I’ll teach you gentle, fun-to-learn mindfulness-based interventions, which include gentle yoga stretching and different meditation techniques that will allow you to start creating positive, permanent changes in your brain.
Before long you’ll be able to ward off the flashbacks and nightmares, let go of the past, and gain control over your addictive behavior. You’ll start living the life you deserve. Clients who have taken advantage of my approach report relief within several weeks.
If you feel that I can help, don’t hesitate to contact me.