Tonight's special guest is Paul Reiker from Temecula, California, a returning NAASCA family member who's who's been doing a study of PTSD. Paul's looking for the mechanism by which we can take control of our emotional assignments to the past. Paul says, "We hear from therapists, that psychological development is damaged with trauma. This is true. In many ways, I stopped my development." He goes on, "In therapy, this situation came open." Re-arranging the priority of our dreams appears to be the key to placing joy and optimism where there was once anger and fear, and to replace our dwelling on the past. A troubled childhood included a severe beating by his father at 6 years old. "He was screaming, "I wish you were never born." It caused an "ADHD" symptom. Paul says, "Dan Roden, who introduced me to the process which I am now terming "Abreaction, Desensitization and Emotional Reframing, changed the memory of this trauma." He continues, "I spent 12 hours, in trance therapy. Within the 12 hours of that 2 weeks, I was healed of my multiple emotional fixations which where the underlying cause of my suicidal fixation." Paul's now a Clinical Hypnotherapist, and provides therapy for all types of trauma. He believes the model of 1 hour of therapy per week, per the Insurance Payment Plans, is not the best process for healing. It's his opinion that therapy should be 2-3 hour sessions, with 4 or 5 sessions occurring within 30 days, so the problems are solved. In his experience a reduction of PTSD symptoms by 50% is possible in 30 days, with 5-20 hours therapy. Paul is offering a "Christmas Grief Intervention" over the holidays, a variation on an event he's held for 10 years.
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