About Trauma Informed Therapy

This page explains:

  1. Trauma Informed Therapy
  2. Emotional Mind Integration as Trauma Informed Therapy a vital part of Rapid Core Healing.

What is trauma informed therapy?

Why is it important not only to be trauma informed, but Trauma Skilled as well?

Learn how to become Trauma Skilled so that you can help your clients overcome their issues.

Help your clients to live a free-er and fuller life.

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Where we are now with Trauma and Mental Health treatments

It is gratifying as a psychotherapist and educator since 2000, that trauma is now recognised as a major contributor to mental health, self-esteem, dysfunctional emotions, thinking and behaviour. It is also good to see the traditional medical model developing newer ways of working with trauma.


Mixed Messages from Mental Health Services

However, it still gives mixed messages. The medical model includes Gp’s, psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, the DSM5 and the pharmaceutical industry.

While there is development taking place, there continues to be mixed messages coming from the Medical model for trauma and mental health symptoms generally.

Trauma and the medical model

The medical model approach consists of diagnosis, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and medication to manage symptoms. Of milder mental health and trauma related issues, to chronic and serious mental-health diagnoses, such as schizophrenia, bi polar, borderline personality. To assist those affected to function in daily life. There is no doubt that this is absolutely necessary for the more serious diagnoses, as mentioned.
However, the same medical model has expanding to include large numbers of the population as well including milder diagnoses, such as depression and anxiety as well, who could recovery with suitable treatment. The Medical Model often offers the message that once you have a mental health DSM5 diagnosis, it is for life.

The message is normally that, full recover is not possible.

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Neuroscience supporting mental health and trauma recovery

This comes from the idea dating back four hundred years, that once the brain is broken, it can’t be fixed according to the psychiatrist Norman Doidge in his book The Brains, Way of Healing Details He says that the brain may recover completely with suitable interventions. He also finds that this is in tune with the latest findings of neuroscience and brain plasticity Details

There is also evidence from neuroscience of healing after brain injury too Details. The information is particularly important for a large proportion of the population who do have the capacity to recover with suitable approaches and practitioners that hold the view that recovery is possible for many. This includes many cases of: depression, anxiety, panic attacks and the symptoms of trauma, including PTSD and sexual assault.

Current Medical Model for Trauma Informed Therapy

Managing symptoms, empathy and support are the main focus of the medical model in trauma informed practice  

Trauma informed therapy normally includes:

  • Counselling trauma victims
  • Trauma awareness,
  • Implementing trauma informed strategies
  • Reflective practice

Skills development

Here is one example of Trauma Informed Training Here

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Development in Informed Trauma therapy in the Medical Model

Many people live with trauma for life in the belief confirmed by medical professionals, that this is the only option. Trauma sufferera are frequently told they will suffer for life as victims or survivors or support groups. At best they may be able to manage their symptoms with medication, strategies, mindfulness and cognitive behavioural therapies. EMDR is a newer introduction as is mindfulness practice, which is key development.

There is another way

Most people come to me through referrals or as a last resort.

With Yildiz Trauma Informed therapy goes several steps further.

 Yildiz found that when she assists people in resolving disturbed or traumatised Emotional Mind States using Emotional Mind Integration, their triggers, disturbances, symptoms and traumas dissipate.

So that the:

  • mind,
  • heart and
  • nervous system can reset.

This includes PTSD and sexual assault trauma.

The process takes only a few sessions for most complex cases. On average 3-5 sessions. Details in my Book Rapid Core Healing HERE

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A New Wave in Trauma Informed Therapy

Yildiz has developed her own way of working with disturbances and trauma-recovery with trauma-informed knowledge and most of all with trauma-informed trauma processing skills. Emotional Mind Integration™

 Trauma Informed processing with Emotional Mind Integration (EMI). How it works:

  1. Relaxes the mind, so that repressed trauma may be located accurately, gently and safely.
  2. Provides EMI somatic processes. To access and connect client symptoms to the body through neural pathways. Linking symptoms to the nervous system, brain and the body tissues. The Body Remembers. Details
  3. Provides the knowledge and trauma-informed processing skills to:
    • Locates the cause of the disturbance or trauma repressed in the brain
      (amygdala)
    • Without re-traumatisating the client
  1. Provides trauma-informed knowledge of naturally occurring human Healing Pathways to release emotions and trauma so neurons may rewire through the body’s natural impulse for self-healing and resetting homeostasis.
  2. Provides a process for deep, effective integration of mind, body, heart and nervous system.
  3. Experiential process 
  4. Client-centred process
  5. Is solution Focused
  6. A collaboration between client and therapist with therapist as the guide.

 

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All of this creates a healthy space for neurones to reformat themselves in a healthier reset. 3-5 sessions for complex issues.

An effective neuro-trance-psychotherapy that clears the neural pathways of disturbances, trauma, sexual assault and sexual abuse. Complex issues requiring 3-5 sessions on average to clear several neural pathways for the issue.

A New Trauma Informed Therapy with EMI

Yildiz’s experience with Trauma Informed processing

As a registered psychotherapist and Hypnotherapist in developing Trauma informed processing.

My experience with thousands of clients has shown her, that if the underlying trauma of their symptoms is resolved effectively, symptoms resolve. People return to a healthier state of being.

Points of Difference in Emotional Mind Integration Trauma Informed Therapy

With Emotional Mind Integration there are several points of difference to the Medical Model Approach.

  1. Symptoms are not attempted to be managed.
    They are resolved and released at cause
  2. Strategies are not a focus of the trauma inflormed processing.
    Rather, we resolve it at the source, so strategies are not required.
  3. EMI is not a form of counselling or talk therapy.
  4. Clients are not required or encouraged have to retell your story or list disturbing events.

The EMI Approach

The EMI approach is designed to clear one neural pathway at a time of disturbances and trauma, so that the transition is a natural flow into a better way of feeling and being.

About EMI (Emotional Mind Integration)

EMI:

  • resolves and releases disrupted or active trauma ‘fight and flight’ responses.
  • is a fusion of psychotherapies, neuroscience within a relaxed state, through neural pathways for accurate and fast resolutions.
  • This is a replicable approach which a structured approach, designed for safety and efficiency.
  • Comes out of the Humanistic field of psychotherapy.

Philosophy takes into account the human requirements for:

  • Love
  • Connection
  • Safety
  • Justice
  • Dignity and
  • Autonomy

As a foundation for wellbeing. Knowing that their absence often leads to Dis-ease.

EMI Philosophy

In addition, EMI philosophy understands that disturbances and trauma is the basis for many common human disturbances, triggers and dysfunctions like anxiety.

The modality facilitates the resolution of depression, anxiety, panic attacks, recovery of sexual abuse, trauma and the underlying dynamics of addiction in 3-5 sessions for most. Not for more extreme diagnoses such as schizophrenia, bi polar and borderline personality disorders on the DSM5.

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