What is psychological trauma?
A trauma is a strong, persistent, negative emotional response to a past event, or reminders of it.
- A trauma is not an experience. It is an emotional response to an experience. If the emotional response is positive, the experience is not traumatic, no matter how harrowing its sensory details. (Think of all the people who pay money to have scary, dangerous experiences such as white-water rafting!)
In the video link below, Tom Stone of Great Life Technologies demonstrates a quick and simple method for quickly resolving PTSD and emotional traumas.
Tom Stone’s process for eliminating PTSD
From my analysis of Tom’s video, the steps are:
- Elicit the trauma/PTSD state enough to get a reaction. (The client must be able to feel the reaction to do the process.)
- Have the client verify that they can feel the problem response in their body.