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Be Well. Naturally.Owner
Home Skerries County Dublin IrelandWork Phone: +353 871029584

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The concept that trauma is actually stored in the body is not new and more and more research is just confirming this.

We know categorically that the body can actually become stuck in trauma (regardless of the type of trauma) – and each time the brain is unconsciously triggered by something that it ( and not necessarily you consciously doing so)  remembers as part of that trauma ( eg:  smell, taste, sight, sound), your brain will react as though it is all happening again.   This happens because the body is a machine that relies on immediate hormone release to protect it – and even though you may be perfectly safe at the time – you will often then feel as though you are right back in the midst of that traumatic event with anxiety related symptoms.

And all of this is happening without you being consciously aware of it.  The physical effects and the unconscious core beliefs that you are left with from the trauma – purely because of the way the brain and the body work together as part of it’s survival instinct – can have a significant  mental, emotional and physical effect on you.  The challenge here is that because this all happens at an unconscious level, you cannot easily change it with conscious thought.   If you could, you would have already done so.

But there is a solution.  Like everyone, I have experienced traumatic events – and felt their effects on me.  I know what it feels like to be stuck in a recurring event and not know what was triggering me or how to change it.

I now choose to use those experiences and take the empathy and compassion that I have developed from them, to work with others experiencing the effects of past and present trauma.  I choose to practice TRTP as a therapy, because when you understand the way the body works together with the brain, it quite simply makes perfect sense

TRTP is very easily done online through Zoom or Skype – so distance is not a challenge. Wherever you are, we can get to the bottom of the unconscious core beliefs that you are  carrying as a result of  the ‘stuff’ that’s happened to you and take you back to safe again.

 

 

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Special interest in pregnancy, birthing, grief and loss and parents with young children.

 

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