Resolving Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder:

The Many Aspects

This Full 4-Day Training with Steve Andreas is now available on Streaming Video.*

*This training program in methods for resolving PTSD, was produced in conjunction with, and in support of, the Research and Recognition Project.

Learn More Here. You can begin watching today!

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PTSD is usually described and understood as a single problem, and most therapies have a “one size fits all” solution. But often it has many different aspects, each of which requires a distinctly different process for resolution.

“Steve is the most effective therapist treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and its closely related clinical problems in the United States today.”

Frank Bourke PhD, Current Director of the Research and Development Project and former lecturer/researcher at Cornell University and the Institute of Psychiatry in London.

The core of PTSD is usually a phobic response to a terrifying event that is relived (nightmares or flashbacks) in response to specific sensory triggers or during sleep.

Some of the other experiences that may be triggered by the same memories are grief or loss, self-blame (guilt, shame, regret, remorse), other-blame (anger, rage, resentment), anxiety, or disillusionment — the loss or revision of fundamental meanings about the self or the world.

The difficulty of coping with all these symptoms may result in depression, drug abuse, or other problems. These may resolve spontaneously when the more fundamental causative issues are resolved.

Some people may also be troubled by questions like, “Why did this happen to me?” or “Why did this not happen to me?” (“survivor’s guilt”).

Discover how to identify and separate the different aspects of PTSD, how to resolve each of them, and how to sequence your interventions to maximize ease and effectiveness.

In this video excerpt, Steve assists a woman in resolving shame:

In this training you’ll learn…

  • A checklist of different aspects to listen for.
  • How to recognize and verify each. What are the signs, and how can you test?
  • What intervention to use for each one.
  • How to do each intervention, through demonstration and practice.
  • How to sequence your interventions for maximum ease and effectiveness.

Who is this training for? The workshop is designed for therapists and mental health professionals working with PTSD.  For those wanting personal resolution of PTSD symptoms, watching this training can also be beneficial in seeing what is possible. The training can also provide useful groundwork for individual work with someone trained in these methods.

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Here’s an excerpt of Steve working with a Vietnam Vet who had traumatic flashbacks:

More PTSD Resources from Steve Andreas:

Releasing PTSD, the Client Sessions:

In Releasing PTSD, Steve Andreas works with an Iraq Vet for 9 hours, using NLP methods to transform her complex PTSD symptoms.

You’ll see how to help someone resolve flashbacks, nightmares, rages, grief, perfectionism, anxiety, hypervigilance, and the internal critical voices that trigger many of these — as well as work with the impact of these problems on relationships at home and at work. Click here to learn more and to watch a sample video.

About the Trainer

Steve-AndreasSteve Andreas, M.A. has been a leader in the field of NLP for over 3 decades. He has authored or co-authored many books and training manuals including Heart of the Mind, Transforming Your Self, Help with Negative Self-Talk, the NLP Practitioner Training Manual, the NLP Master Practitioner Training Manual, and more. Steve has also produced over 50 therapy training videos and numerous articles.

He has been an invited presenter at the Psychotherapy Networker Symposium, and the Milton H. Erickson Brief Therapy Conference for the last 25 years. Steve is currently focusing on PTSD treatment and interventions, and is on the Board of an NLP Research group currently running a clinical study on PTSD treatment.

The researchable NLP derived protocol, Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories (RTM), has relieved PTSD symptoms in less than five hours in preliminary clinical trials. The research in progress with PTSD affected veterans is being conducted by staff from Syracuse and Fairleigh Dickenson Universities, through a grant from New York State. Additional research grants to study the RTM PTSD Treatment Protocol have been applied for by staff trained by Steve at Ohio University.

He and his wife Connirae have developed or refined many approaches applicable to PTSD treatment, and their work has been published in over 15 languages.

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for lifetime access to the complete training program. $325. 30-day no-risk guarantee. 

This training program in methods for resolving PTSD was produced in conjunction with and in support of the Research and Recognition Project.

CEUs Available for Psychologists and NBCC members

We are pleased to be able to offer 24 contact hours of continuing education credit for this program through The Appreciative Way, our co-sponsor, for both Psychologists and NBCC members. Click here to learn more.