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*All-New Fall 2018 Content Virtual Convention:
36 Techniques for Success in Professional Hypnosis*
JOIN ME SEPTEMBER 15-16, 2018 FOR THE 36 TECHNIQUES CONVENTION
Dr. David Newman
“The Business of PTSD Treatment”
and 35 other speakers for this virtual convention
This online learning experience is being created so you have the tools you need to help people with hypnosis! Hypnosis works, and when you know the right techniques – your results will show it!
Title: The Business of PTSD Treatment
Keyconcept: PTSD affects 5.2 million people in the United States, and a much larger segment of the population is other countries. Although PTSD symptoms can begin right after a traumatic event, PTSD is not diagnosed unless the symptoms last for at least one month, and either cause significant distress or interfere with work or home life. In order to be diagnosed with PTSD, a person must have three different types of symptoms: re-experiencing symptoms, avoidance and numbing symptoms, and arousal symptoms. Traditional treatment plans consist of talk therapy combined with Pharma therapy (drug therapy). These therapies actually make the PTSD symptoms worse and removes all hope for the PTSD client to reintegrate into being a successful and productive member of society. This class with specifically teach you the therapy protocol created by Dr. David Newman, D.Sc., C.Ht. that removes all symptoms of PTSD from the individual in six sessions or less. This therapy has been used by Dr. Newman for the past six years and has had consistent results of the client no longer having any of the symptoms of PTSD.
The class will specifically learn how to deal and treat the three symptoms of PTSD:
Re-experiencing symptoms are symptoms that involve reliving the traumatic event. There are a number of ways in which people may relive a trauma. They may have upsetting memories of the traumatic event. These memories can come back when they are not expecting them. At other times the memories may be triggered by a traumatic reminder such as when a combat veteran hears a car backfire, a motor vehicle accident victim drives by a car accident or a rape victim sees a news report of a recent sexual assault. These memories can cause both emotional and physical reactions. Sometimes these memories can feel so real it is as if the event is actually happening again. This is called a “flashback.” Reliving the event may cause intense feelings of fear, helplessness, and horror similar to the feelings they had when the event took place.
Avoidance and Numbing Symptoms:
Avoidance symptoms are efforts people make to avoid the traumatic event. Individuals with PTSD may try to avoid situations that trigger memories of the traumatic event. They may avoid going near places where the trauma occurred or seeing TV programs or news reports about similar events. They may avoid other sights, sounds, smells, or people that are reminders of the traumatic event. Some people find that they try to distract themselves as one way to avoid thinking about the traumatic event.
Numbing symptoms are another way to avoid the traumatic event. Individuals with PTSD may find it difficult to be in touch with their feelings or express emotions toward other people. For example, they may feel emotionally “numb” and may isolate from others. They may be less interested in activities you once enjoyed. Some people forget, or are unable to talk about, important parts of the event. Some think that they will have a shortened life span or will not reach personal goals such as having a career or family.
People with PTSD may feel constantly alert after the traumatic event. This is known as increased emotional arousal, and it can cause difficulty sleeping, outbursts of anger or irritability, and difficulty concentrating. They may find that they are constantly ‘on guard’ and on the lookout for signs of danger. They may also find that they get startled.
At the end of this class the student will be able to successfully remove all symptoms of PTSD
Application: Successfully identify the three clinical symptoms of PTSD and understanding the therapy protocol to successfully remove all symptoms and assist the individual with PTSD to return to a safe and productive life.
Biography: In 2007 I opened my first office. At that time we were called Missouri Hypnotherapy and Research Clinic and we began forming close ties with organizations such as the Mayo Clinic, and NASA, Using brainwave mapping, vibrational therapies, neuro-feedback, brainwave music, and many other areas of research we have found that hypnosis and hypnotherapy is the key to making other therapies and treatments much more effective
In 2010 RoseHeart Hypnotherapy Success Centers, Inc., was formed and Missouri Hypnotherapy and Research Clinic was merged into RoseHeart. This gave me the opportunity to offer more services to my clients, have access to better research equipment, and access to the medical community where I have become a key asset and an associate to both of our hospitals and many medical clinics.
Unlike many of my peers, I am a full time Hypnotherapist that maintains office hours from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, 5 days a week. Saturday is usually reserved for my research work, lectures, and media interviews. I provide hypnotherapy to the sports teams and am a guest professor at the College of Behavioral Science at the local university.
Get What You Want From The Bedroom To The Boardroom, available on Barns & Noble, Amazon, Kindle, Nook, iBookstore, and Audible.com
How to Find, Interview, and Select the Perfect Hypnotherapist available on Amazon.com
Silent Scream, The Ineffective Treatment of Post Traumatic Disorder published by the International Council of Professional Therapists 2012