Experiencing very stressful or traumatic events can leave us feeling distressed, overwhelmed, anxious and helpless long after any threat or danger has passed. Traumatic experiences leave an imprint in the memory which persists in the present and you may be struggling with depression or experiencing flashbacks that leave you feeling confused and out of control. Alternatively, you may feel numb, disconnected from your emotions and unable to feel safe again. You may be avoiding situations, people or specific places or you may feel as if you are constantly on guard and losing interest in activities which you once enjoyed. People often come to therapy because they want to move beyond surviving, but sometimes we need a helping hand to help us heal.
The Rewind Therapy (RT) or ‘Rewind Technique’, was founded and developed by Dr David Muss in 1991. It has become internationally recognised as indispensable to treat traumatic memories and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Current research indicates successful treatment and positive outcomes for clients in 85% of cases treated in as little as three sessions and results are usually rapid. It can also be of help with many phobias. I am a professionally trained practitioner of the rewind technique and work closely with emergency services, charities and war veterans.