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Trauma Focussed Therapy Working With Adults

Trauma Focussed Therapy Working With Adults with Emotional Mind Integration (EMI) is advanced Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy that quickly:
  • locates the core of an issue and relevant healing pathway
  • completes with integration within each session
  • does not re-traumatise the client
  • quick
  • This form of therapy can help you if you are unable to cope with the trauma you experienced, or if it’s affecting your ability to function.
An effective neurotherapy that clears the neural pathways of disturbances, trauma, sexual assault and sexual abuse.
Deep issues are cleared within 3-5 sessions.
Yildiz Sethi is the founder of Emotional Mind Integration.

While the process is well defined it is able to be adapted to a wide range of personality types and issues as it is client centered.

Emotional Mind Integration is brief, 3-5 sessions for most people. Time and cost efficient.

If you would like to know more about Emotional Mind Integration see Yildiz’s book Rapid Core Healing pathways to growth and emotional healing (2016)

 

Trauma Focussed Therapy Working With Adults
Trauma Focussed Therapy Working With Adults

Types of  Trauma (main types)

While trauma is a complex subject, trauma can be split  into five major areas.

1 Poor bonding or attachment bonding – formative years. 

Starting with the impact of relational responses in our formative years. The interpersonal, bonding style of parent to child.

This may start with problematic, confusing or painful experiences with their care givers. Parents who are still experiencing their own trauma. Such parents, even with good intentions may find it impossible to engage. This is often because they didn’t have a close connection with their own parents. They find it hard to connect with their emotions and engage in close way with their child.

When this Is not taking place the children often withdraw and shut down. Due to the pain felt, as all children need love and touch and to develop in a healthy way. Causing one level of distress or trauma for the child. Which may remain with them for life unless an appropriate way of healing can take place.

This means, a woman suffering with depression may feel numb. This means she may feel distracted, lost or sad. This passes on disturbing messages to her child. The child requires attention and unreserved love to develop and function well. If that is not available, the child takes on the idea or feeling that they are not deserving in some way.

2 Systemic or transgenerational

If we imaging that a mother who is flat due to their own poor bonding is passing on this experience to their own child. , It is easy to see how this can become a systemic problem. This can result in each generation experiencing a poor sense of worth.

Poor self-esteem and motivation for life. Further, there may be generational trauma accompanying this. Or as the primary initial cause. They have a heavy destiny of misfortune or victimisation.

They often find such difficult destinies run out into their present lives as well. This may be a bonding issue with generational trauma underlying it

3 Shock/betrayal:

Shock, disappointment, betrayal, of some sort at any stage of life.

4  Vicarious Trauma.

Many health workers live with this. Experiencing or witnessing extreme shock, violence, accidents, violation, atrocity has a trumatising effect.

5 Sexual Abuse/Sexual Assault

is sexual abuse. This may be within the family. Or by a trusted person or institution. Alternatively it may be date rape or violent anonymous sexual attack,. Here we have systemic and personal trauma.

 Trauma Therapies available

There are multiple types of therapy that can help to treat trauma. Here is a list of some of the forms of therapy a mental health practitioner may use to help you overcome trauma-related issues and treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). We incude EMI to the list. 

 

Name of processDescriptionNumber of sessions on averageLikelyhood of retraumatisation
CBT Cognitive Behavioural TherapyThe two most effective types of CBT for PTSD are Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and Prolonged Exposure (PE).

Up to 4 months of weekly sessions to manage symptoms.

33% of people completing the program are functional after treatment.

Medication often for life.

 

Possible

CBT

P.E. Prolonged exposure

Prolonged exposure (PE): This form of therapy involves exposing you to the source of your fear, until you are not afraid of it anymore.

 8 sessions

Medication often for life.

 Yes

CBT

Cognitive processing therapy (CPT)

CPT involves challenging your perspective about why the traumatic event occurred and the thoughts and beliefs you’ve developed since. This form of therapy can be performed in an individual or group setting.

12-16 sessions

Medication often for life.

 Yes
Trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy (TF-CBT)This form of therapy is for children and adolescents. It can help address inaccurate beliefs and unhealthy behavior patterns.

 8 sessions

Medication often for life.

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)This form of treatment involves using rhythmic left-right (bilateral) stimulation to help release emotions that have been blocked by traumaReduction and Management  of symptoms –N/A
EMIAn advanced Hypnosis process. Neuro Trance Psychotherapy

3 to 5 sessions

No Medication in the treatment .

NO

 

Trauma Recovery using EMI

Trauma treatment using EMI means that most recover and there is no re-traumatisation of the client.

PTSD Treatment using EMI

PTSD treatment using EMI means thatmost recover and there is no re-traumatisation of the client.

Trauma Focussed Therapy Working With Adults

Emotional Mind Integration is advanced neurotrance psychotherapy that quickly contacts the problem or symptom.

We know that disturbances are trapped in the mind and body (subconscious mind).

EMI goes to the root cause for a safe resolution of the ‘fight and flight’ responses trapped in the body and unconscious mind.

The process completes with integration within each session.

This is suitable for anyone who is working with emotional triggers, mental health, self-esteem, trauma, PTSD, sexual abuse, sexual assault, substance abuse and personal growth.

 

Trauma Training is available

This is an accelerated, intensive of 8 weeks. The training is focused on putting EMI theory into practice so you may start working on completion. You will receive your certificate and may get indemnity insurance and start working. We also privide supervision for ongoing support.

Suitable for counsellors, hypnotherapists, psychotherapists, social workers and psychologists, coaches and those who have done NLP and for those who are new to the field or changing careers. Emotional Mind Integration training provides revolutionary, unique knowledge and skills to work with a wide range of personal issues in a brief, solution-focused, experiential way and a powerfully effective manner.

Testimonial:

“I am a clinical Hypnotherapist with a full diploma and have learnt far more here in this course than I did in my diploma training. This is practical and grounded and so accurate and once you really understand it, so simple. It has turned my business around as I see people with so much more confidence with this under my belt. It covers such a wide range of issues”. RoEMI is a neuro-trance-psychotherapy that is an accurate, brief, solution-focused and a highly gentle and sensitive modality. Most of all it achieves results of positive change quickly.

 

You will receive personal development in the training.

Trauma Training with EMI – details

Emotional Mind Integration is a composite online training. 7 pre recorded webinars and one online live component of 3.5 days 9-4.30pm.

8 week Emotional Mind Integration online Training.

 

Training dates are on our training page. Read more…  

“A simple succinct and very powerful and well structured and guided process that enables clients to tap into their unconscious emotional state to provide self healing with their own resources that are accessible to them.”

Janet

Trauma Training
Trauma Training

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Trauma Focussed Therapy Working With Adults

What is Trauma?

Trauma may be a disturbance or shock that may range from mild to extreme.

 

Ups and Downs of daily life

Growing UP:

Family Life

Living within a family where parents are busy or uncomfortable with emotions or touch, so that a child experiences, not being seen, or heard. Such children may form the belief that they are unworthy, not good enough or insignificant.

Going out into the community

In growing up, in the family, going to school, socialising there are many situations that may be upsetting , such as being excluded, bullied or injustice or worse.

Is it really trauma?

While looking at these experiences from the eyes and experience of your adult self, you may view some of these as relatively small disturbances or traumas. However, a baby or child in such situations has limited knowledge, skills or ability to protect itself. As they are highly vulnerable and dependent on parents or family for survival. They can’t know they will survive.  That is a terrifying situation for many that becomes trapped in their body and mind as trauma.

Trauma may continue to accumulate

Bullying, Shaming, Victimisation, Violence, Sexual Assault

New trauma may continue to form through the ups and downs of life.  Injustice or traumas of life experiences. These form beliefs, emotional states and may result in mind states, mental health problems, triggers, sabotage patterns and trauma responses.

Trauma may be disturbances, disturbed mind states, emotional triggers, mental health related or PTSD and Sexual abuse related.

Generational Trauma (Systemic)

Is another form of trauma that I work with using Systemic Family Constellations 

EMI Trauma
EMI Trauma
Such traumas are deeply buried in the unconscious mind and arise in many symptoms, feelings, mind states, panic attacks, and may affect mental health and self-esteem.
Trauma Focussed Therapy Working With Adults

Trauma treatment

Being trauma informed is essential BUT being trauma skilled is neccessary. In processing symptoms, behaviour, and feelings in a safe and efficient manner.

EMI has been designed to do this. Start with a symptom, access its cause in a non-traumatising process and engage in healing pathways, integration in one session at a time. Clearing neural pathways of disturbances one session at a time.

This requires up to 3-5 sessions only for more than 90% of people I see.

Treatment with EMI

means that there is no re-trumatisation of client for:

Traumatic events occur in a lifetime

these traumatic events can be handled with EMI without the client having to re-tell the event. So, EMI is a safe way to help get over traumatic events.

 

Emotional Mind Integration training is available

Book a no obligation call to Check Suitability:

  1. Book a 15 Minutes Zoom Call
  2. Discuss the training (no obligation)
  3. Register
  4. Start Learning