PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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Is PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder holding you back from the life you want?

Help with PTSD in Fareham, Hampshire

Are you fed up with suffering from PTSD?

“Am I broken?” “Am I never going to be the same again?”  These are some of the questions that clients have asked me when they were suffering with PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  PTSD can catch you off guard. It can happen when you least expect it.

It may surprise you that paramedics are more at risk of PTSD than soldiers.  You may have received your intensive training, you think you have seen it all and then something triggers a response in you and you feel like you spiral out of control with a feeling of being powerless.

The same can be true of the police, control room operators, firefighters, doctors or nurses. Also victims of rape or sexual abuse can carry on for years saying that they are over it and they have coped and dealt with it, only to find that it can resurface.

We all have ups and downs in our lives but sometimes something happens out of the blue and you feel that you are just unable to cope with it.

Our logical brains need to understand why or how something has happened.  That’s why when we see a car crash on the motorway we have to discuss how it happened.  This allows your brain to process it.  Once your brain has processed it, it then moves on and forgets it.

When you fell over as a child you would run to your mum and she would ask what happened?  You would tell her.  She would soothe you and kiss your knee and make it better and then you would run and play again.  Your brain processed it.

But when we cannot process something because our brains just cannot believe it or cannot understand it this is when we get thoughts going over and over in our brains.  Like a cracked record,  until you feel like you are never going to get over it.

This is where hypnotherapy can help you.  By using hypnotherapy it can shift these thoughts and put them where they belong, in the past.

It’s like having a sticky plaster you have put over the wound (trauma).  Over the years it gets frayed.  You may lift it up now and then and look at the wound.  You may even take the plaster off for a while and then put on a fresh one, leaving the infection there.

What we do with hypnotherapy is we work in a safe, secure and totally confidential environment.  We remove the plaster, dig out the infection and allow you to heal once and for all.

Taking antidepressants for PTSD is like the sticky plaster it masks the hurt, guilt, trauma and pain.  But when you stop taking them the wound it still there.

Hypnotherapy will not delete the memory but it files it in the right place and removes the fear and anxiety attached to it helping you to move on in your life and feel fantastic.

If you are ready to rip the plaster off then please contact me.

You can say, “How long did it take you to become traumatised?”  It may have been a 30 second car crash, or it may have been a 3 minute assault or a 10 minute assault.  And you learned that very, very deeply, and very quickly, that trauma, that PTSD, and your brain learned to have flashbacks and nightmares for 30 years, in just a few seconds or a few minutes.

So by us spending an hour on this, the brain learns very, very fast.

Clients come from all armed forces and emergency services. I receive recommendations from psychiatrists and psychologists.

Clients come to me after they have tried iTalk, Combat Stress, Veterans UK and Shore Leave.  Your files and any conversations are completely confidential, unless there is a threat of harm to yourself or others.

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