Quick Coherence® Technique

Create a coherent state in about a minute with the simple, but powerful steps of the Quick Coherence® Technique. Using the power of your heart to balance thoughts and emotions, you can achieve energy, mental clarity and feel better fast anywhere. Use Quick Coherence especially when you begin feeling a draining emotion such as frustration, irritation, anxiety or anger. Find a feeling of ease and inner harmony that’s reflected in more balanced heart rhythms, facilitating brain function and more access to higher intelligence. Continue reading “Quick Coherence® Technique”

Ginny Dobson – The British grandmother who went to help former ISIS slaves

Trauma specialist Ginny Dobson left her home on the Isle of Portland in Devon to spend almost one year helping Yezidi women who had escaped from Daesh in Iraq.

UK aid supported her work through the UN Women’s UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women, which supports the Free Yezidi Foundation.

Why EMDR is So Effective?

Why EMDR is so Effective?

During REM sleep, the brain is attempting to process survival information until it’s resolved.

Eye Motion Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a potent trauma treatment developed by Dr. Francine Shapiro (left), a literature professor who was diagnosed with cancer.  The shock of suddenly finding her survival was under threat, affected her so strongly that Dr. Shapiro mindfully paid attention to how her body was reacting. Continue reading “Why EMDR is So Effective?”

Understanding Trauma – A Guide for Adults and Adolescents

Understanding Trauma – How to Get Help

Understanding trauma – Some people recover from a trauma with no or little additional support, especially if symptoms are mild. However, many people can develop chronic symptoms that can be long lasting. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is the name given to describe these symptoms. Psychological support can be very effective in helping people with PTSD. Therapies available on the NHS include Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and trauma focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (tf-CBT). Continue reading “Understanding Trauma – A Guide for Adults and Adolescents”