How to Work with Traumatic Memory That Is Embedded in the Nervous System

Long after danger has passed, the nervous system may still remember trauma. . .

. . . which can leave clients feeling hypervigilant, dissociative, or numb for years to come.

So to help clients heal, we need to understand what makes traumatic memory so overwhelming, and the most effective ways to work with it.

Not only that, we need strategies so clients can “unlearn” the nervous system’s response to trauma.

That’s why we created a course that focuses solely on how to work with traumatic memories that get embedded in the nervous system.

Three of the world’s top experts will share how they treat clients who have experienced trauma. This new program brings together their sharpest strategies for working with traumatic memory.

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Miscarriage Trauma Can Last Far Longer Than We Realized

New research says many women struggle with depression, anxiety and PTSD months down the road.

Rachel Whalen’s first miscarriage happened fast. Six and a half weeks into her pregnancy, she took a test. Two days later, she started to bleed.

“It was just a really lonely experience and I was scared,” Whalen, now 34, told HuffPost. “Then I was also kind of like, ‘Am I being silly to feel this way?’” She told herself that early miscarriages are common (up to 20% of known pregnancies end in a loss) and hoped it would be her only one.

Several months later, she got pregnant again. Soon after, she miscarried again. Whalen and her husband were driving to their summer vacation. She felt a contraction and passed the fetal tissue in a gas station, catching it in her own hands.

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The Real Causes Of Depression Have Been Discovered, And They’re Not What You Think

 

 

 

 

 

 

Across the Western world today, if you are depressed or anxious and you go to your doctor because you just can’t take it any more, you will likely be told a story. It happened to me when I was a teenager in the 1990s. You feel this way, my doctor said, because your brain isn’t working right. It isn’t producing the necessary chemicals. You need to take drugs, and they will fix your broken brain.

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MCT-Institute

Es interesante para los que están en el Trabajo conmigo en especial los que están en supervision para Trabajar con otros, que miren lo que anda por el mundo de las terapias… entenderán el como y el porque usamos desde hace siglos ciertas técnicas y entrenamientos atencionales y auto observación en el ámbito cognitivo… integración de la emoción en la Conciencia, en especial por que buscamos ser libres para ignorar el dialogo interno, la rumiacion/preocupación y lo que Shah llama “pesimista pensamiento negativo” … Siempre es muy agradable para mi ver los adelantos de la cultura occidental en las areas de la ayuda a si mismos y al proximo … Cada día con rótulos que parecen cosas muy diferentes intentan diversos autores hacer un tipo de terapia que el oriental en especial el budismo el sufí y el taoísmo lo usan de forma integra y en su vida diaria desde la mas tierna infancia.. . Los rótulos son “siglas” tipo MCT, CBT, SCBT, BCBT,,, y tantísimos otros que mas que por la facilitación y didáctica lo que intentan es pretender que son creadores de este estilo de terapia… en realidad la sabiduría Humana ancestral ha usado esto y muchos mas métodos y estrategias de forma integral ya que solo así el humano en sus diversos aspectos y niveles de ser y de conciencia pueden beneficiarse,,, en especial beneficiarse mas allá de la enfermedad, beneficiarse en su anhelo existencial que lo empuja a la evolución y así a la revelación del Tesoro Escondido …..

The Metacognitive therapy institute (MCT-I) is an international mental health company founded by leading experts in the field of metacognitive therapy (MCT) and cognitive therapy (CBT). The company’s director and head office is based in Manchester, UK.The other branch is established in Trondheim, Norway.

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