Workshop ID: ATS/8B
Instructor: David Bresler, PhD, LAc
CE Credit: 6.5 hours
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2012
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Location: The Bresler Center, 10780 Santa Monica Blvd.
Suite 290, Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 474-2777
This workshop begins with a comprehensive discussion regarding the nature of PTSD and its consequences, with an emphasis on the relationship between shock, hypnosis and hypnotic recall, PTSD, and flashbacks. Under intense stress, most higher organisms respond by fight, flight, or freeze, all of which can lead to PTSD.
This is a major unrecognized problem, and it's getting worse. We lost around 58,000 soldiers during the Vietnam War, and then lost over 150,000 after it ended because of suicide related to PTSD. Currently, over 60,000 Vietnam vets are in prison, most with PTSD. What happens as the millions of soldiers and contractors who fought in Iraq and Afganistan return home?
Following a demonstration, participants will practice several IGIsm-based techniques that can be used to safely reduce hyper-vigilance and hyper-reactivity, reframe prior traumatic experiences, build inner support systems, and greatly accelerate emotional processing and completion of prior trauma.
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