Online course: Learn how to treat phobias and trauma (PTSD) in a single session
Have you ever struggled to help someone with flashbacks, or a phobia?
It used to be thought that the only way to cure phobias or post-traumatic stress disorder was to have the sufferer get emotional again - either by behavioural exposure therapy (hoping to de-condition the response) or by 'critical incident debriefing', which has since been discredited.
But any therapist who has been faced with a traumatised or phobic patient knows how tricky treating these anxiety disorders can be.
Which is why the Rewind Technique is such a godsend
The Rewind Technique allows you to keep your client calm while having them review the problem memories (from phobic or traumatic times). The beauty of this is that the treatment is neutral for them, and can even be pleasant.
Added to this, the counsellor can perform the Rewind Technique without needing to know the content of the problem, so for particularly horrific traumas the client does not have to put themselves through the agony of describing it once again.
Over 90% of sufferers experience great relief in a single session
Our experience, and that of thousands of other practitioners using this approach, is that the vast majority (over 90%) of phobia and PTSD symptoms can be reduced by 80% or more in a single session.
That might sound like a tall claim. And we don’t make it lightly. We are offering to teach you this in live conference calls, so we’re going to have to back up our statement.
You can imagine that when you are working with someone who has struggled, say, with flashbacks, high anxiety and panic attacks for 20 years due to a rape in her teens, it is overwhelming to see their rapid recovery.
Rewind Technique efficacy is supported by new four year research
Until recently there has been little research into the rewind technique. However a new study of four years' use of the technique at the Nova Trauma Support Services (part of the Barnardo’s charity) has shown remarkable results. The Nova team provide therapeutic support to individuals and families who have been psychologically traumatised, primarily as a result of their experiences in Northern Ireland.
The team worked with forty seven people, 57% of whom were treated with only the Rewind Technique. Twenty six would have met the criteria for PTSD. The results show that after treatment none of the forty seven people treated met the criteria for PTSD. There was also a significant reduction of all sub symptoms associated with PTSD, five categories had zero reports after treatment.
Martin Murphy, lead clinician in the study, said ‘….the case notes repeatedly identified not only relief from symptoms but also the emergence of qualitative positive changes in the individual’s daily lives.’ He suggests that it is effective in children as young as 8 and adults at least to the age of seventy; and that the rewind is effective for both single and multiply traumatized individuals. (Human Given journal Volume 14, No 4- 2007)
Video of client being treated with Rewind Technique for snake phobia
3-month follow up with man treated for snake phobia
by Mark Tyrrell using the Rewind Technique
(You will receive the full DVD as part of your course materials)
- Why some people develop a phobia or PTSD
- What happens in the brain to cause the debilitating psychological and physical reactions associated with phobias and PTSD
- Why thinking about a past event can cause present trauma
- Why these conditions impact so widely on a sufferer's life
- How the Rewind technique changes the process that causes PTSD and phobic reactions
- The difference between high anxiety, phobias and PTSD
- How someone can suffer for many years and be cured in one session
- How to test if someone has PTSD or a phobia
- Why a sufferer experiences such overwhelming panic
- Why will power alone is not enough to heal
- About pattern matching and faulty pattern matching: the key to understanding
- How to explain what is happening to your client with the help of pictorial diagrams
- How you can deal with multiple phobias and repeated traumas.
- You can use a tried and tested model to successfully manage a client with PTSD or phobia
- To quickly build trust with your client
- To use language and ask questions that start the process of change for good
- To keep a client relaxed
- You can avoid getting swamped by detail of the overwhelming problems that PTSD can cause
- To demonstrate and test that the session has been successful before a client leaves the therapy room
- To help the client back to a full and rewarding life, especially in cases of long standing debilitating PTSD
- To test you have learnt everything you need for a successful client session
Comments from previous online training delegates
"I just want to follow up on the information that I've received concerning the rewind technique - thank you for sending it.
I've watched the DVD and found it to be so beautifully clear and well presented. I now feel confident to deliver the technique with the best outcome for my clients. I look forward to the tele-conference sessions.Many thanks again for a wonderful service you provide to clients, students and hypnotherapists. It's second to none!"
Janice Bowles. Hypnotherapist MABCH MCAHyp, Oxfordshire.
"I did not expect to enjoy this style of learning; over the phone, rather than face to face, but I soon found that I was able to concentrate better perhaps, than a classroom environment."
"In relation to the content and structure of the online course I think it has been just brilliant and highly effective in facilitating my learning."
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