Trauma isn’t always a single incident. Clients often come with having experienced multiple repetitions of trauma, and therefore, are much more impacted by it. To effectively resolve trauma and reverse its effects, all the traumatic occurrences must be treated as well as the connecting links between them.
When trauma is experienced negative energy is imparted to the person along with feelings and thoughts. Scientists have found that the mind and the body are interrelated. An example of this is the well-known fact that stress can cause headaches and ulcers.
As an AIT Certified Therapist, I work with the negative energy from the trauma stored in the various Energy Centers of the body and move it out of the body, thereby changing thoughts and emotions.
AIT uses a variety of protocols and steps to resolve trauma by identifying the sources. AIT seeks to resolve negative core beliefs, and install positive beliefs.
In my group, members learn how to not take things “just personally” which decreases self-centeredness and strengthens relationships both informal and work related.
Group members learn how to stay in the present and see how they can avoid habitual roles from past conflicts. Living in the present is key to developing functional roles in everyday life. In my groups, one develops the ability to live in functional roles giving up maladaptive ones.
Functional roles enable us to live in the present which further supports our own life’s goals. In the context of a group setting, individuals see themselves as part of something larger. In turn, this increases one’s ability to see the world with “a new personal map”