“I have had personal traumatic experiences in my life. The course was very informative. It has helped me a lot. Thank you..” —R. Silver, Sufferer

“Such an enlightening course! So well delivered.” 

—T Smith, Hypnotherapist

“Very comprehensive and understandable. Really excellent course. Wale was very knowledgeable and excellent to listen to.” 

—P. D’ Ama, Independent Consultant and Coach in EQ

People’s reactions to traumatic events range from mild distress to severe disruptions that make it difficult or impossible to function. This CD programme provides an indepth understanding into the brain science of trauma and the effective recovery tips:

Types of trauma:

  • Childhood maltreatment (neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional/psychological abuse)
  • Domestic violence (victim or witness)
  • War-related trauma (including terrorism and political)
  • School and community violence (including bullying)
  • Traumatic loss
  • Accident, illness and medical trauma
  • Separation trauma

The learning outcomes include:

  • an in-depth understanding on how trauma affects brain function and ways to rebance the brain for calm
  • the biochemistry of trauma and recovery
  • The regions of the brain involved in trauma and how to calm them down
  • Why the traumatic brain can be reluctant to seek help and move on (especially in trauma connected to domestic violence and abuse)
  • the links between trauma and anxiety-related disorders such as PTSD, OCD, and social anxiety and how to achieve transformation
  • the T.R.A.U.M.A framework for recovery

Other focuses on the CD programme:

 How to avoid the typical mistakes made in treating Trauma.

 Tips for healing childhood trauma

What Others are Saying About the Content

“Insightful. Informative. Enjoyable and very applicable to my work. S. Collins, Doctor of Chiropractic & Master of Psychology

“A wealth of knowledge and interactive tools which can be applied with ease with one self/family/clients.” L. Sharpe, Metaphysical teacher/Mindfulness

“Positive and motivating. Information in a simplistic form. A good use of a mix of tools from a range of relevant therapies.” S. Roberts, Clinical Complementary Therapist

“Very interesting and I will be applying this workshop content in my counselling role.” K. Cofax, Trainee Counsellor

“Very useful content for client work. I would recommend this workshop to others.” M. Mottram, Student

“I have enjoyed the workshop and getting to know others.” M. Donne, Therapist

“Enjoyed the course itself. Met several people who gave me invaluable information.” Anonymous

“Very informative. Learned some new things and it has reinforced things that maybe I wasn’t open to but am now! A. Taylor, Sufferer.

“Very informative for a first step into this area. Good clear course and good participation. Excellent style of teaching.” Y. Singleton, Occupational Therapist, Hoarding Specialist

“Excellent – very informative.” J. Dowdeswell, Occupational Therapist

The information was extremely helpful. Thank you.” —  Angela Wilson, NHS III Clinical Lead