Trauma Training


What is trauma?

Trauma is what is left in the mind and body as disturbed energy, feelings, sensations, emotional and sensory triggers, after an unresolved shock, disturbance or traumatic event.
This may include flashbacks of a disturbing or shocking experience that took place recently or often many years ago, that was unable to be processed at the time.

The mind is a great protector and its main priority is survival.

The ‘Fight and Flight’ response

The fight and flight response is triggered in times of perceived danger. Our nervous system is flooded with a flood of of hormones and adrenalin to provide us with the energy to look after ourselves.
If this is works out successfully, in that we are able to look after ourselves, the mind and body receves a positvive message of ‘job well done’. The body cna stop and rest and goes into a process of homeostasis. Releasing and resetting, so that our nervous system, heart and body organs may return to normal. This is the best outcome and is often accompanied by a sense of satisfactiona dn even healthy pride.

What goes wrong in trauma?

If we are unable to defend or keep ourselves our mind interpretes our efforts as unsuccessful and the concoction of hormones releases in the crisis remain in the brain and body tissues. This is accompanied with the knowledge that you weren’t able to protect yourself in the way you would have preferred at that time. In this case there is often a feeling of guilt or shame accompanying these feelings that lingers and eats away as our self-esteem and sense of worth and leads to a range of symptoms. These are frequently at the core of mental health problems.

Emotional Mind Integration

Trauma is suppressed

To protect the mind and enable survival, (the ability to move on and live another day), such un-processed trauma is locked or suppressed in the subconscious mind.

This frequently becomes an underlying disturbance, that may be triggered by cues in daily life, causing involuntary and disturbing responses. These may be fear or terror, looming gloom, angry reactions and may result in feelings of helplessness or hopelessness and diagnosed as depression and anxiety and panic attacks.

How trauma is treated presently

In my more than 22 years of experience with clients, I have found that talking about trauma retraumatises. Talk therapies that attempt to understand or raise awareness normally do not process the seat of the trauma because its deeply embedded in the subconscious mind.

Often cognitive behavioural therapy and medication is prescribed to manage symptoms. With mindfulness practice or EMDR. This may require up to 20 sessions or longer and often the client is told that all that can be done is management of their symptoms.

Many counsellors use play or sand therapies, art, music or dance therapies. There is no doubt that these can help over time. There is more that can be done that is more efficient, effective and timely in delivering a much better outcome for most clients.

Neuroscience to the rescue

The good news is that neuroscience research has shown that the brain has the capacity to heal if provided with what it requires to support it. The brain also heals on a regular basis if it is provided by appropriate healthy stimuli.

Hypnosis to the rescue

Hypnosis is helpful in assisting the mind to relax, so that the unconscious trapped disturbances may be accessed.

However it is important that if we are to safely resolve or defuse the trauma that we know what we are doing and are not only skilled in trauma informed, but also trauma processing-skilled as well. In ways that do not retraumatise.

A new psychotherapy approach was required

EMI is the innovation in Mind science developed by Yildiz to enable you to work more accurately and effectively with your clients. Emotional Mind Integration is a neuro-trance psychotherapy that is designed with safety, effectiveness, efficiency and gentleness as top priorities, requiring only 3-5 sessions for complex trauma recovery.

Trauma arrives in two forms

In my work with clients I found that trauma is held in our body and minds in a least two clear formats.

Personal Trauma

The first is the trauma that many of accrue through daily life. The ups and downs, shocks, disappointments of life events. For this Emotional Mind Integration has been designed to resolve this by clearing the neural pathways of disturbance and trauma nd integrating it into the body in a healthy way within each session.

Generational Trauma

The second is held in the systemic parts of who we are, coming through our family system. Patterns, energies and generational trauma that we are born into that come with us with our DNA. For this I have been using Family Constellations to resolve or clear generational trauma.

Rapid Core Healing

More Details of Trauma………………

There are several types of  Trauma

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

1 Poor bonding or attachment bonding – formative years.

Much trauma is experienced in formative years starting with poor attachment bonding. A traumatised or closed off parent who is incapable of engaging emotionally with a child, cannot supply the love that the child requires for healthy development.
This is one level of trauma.

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

Complex 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 

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“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.”

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Complete wholistic trauma training that includes personal and systemic solutions, is done as part of Rapid Core Healing training

EMI training

Yildiz Sethi B.Ed., Master of Counselling, Diploma Hypnotherapy.

is the founder of Emotional Mind Integration and Rapid Core Healing and is the trainer in the course.