The opinions expressed in this presentation are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the view of the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners.
When your client comes in with PTSD, you know how to help them. But what about others in their family? This malady indirectly impacts spouses, teenagers, younger children, parents, grandparents and friends in a fistful of dire and dramatic ways. And the numbers in this group are growing daily.
Learn a system to help families, friends and loved ones in this largely neglected realm of PTSD-anon. This workshop is practical and hands on, based on actual experiences. Techniques to provide support and perspectives for change will be addressed through live demonstrations and case studies. It’s like having a toolbox at your fingertips, ready for your use.
• Definition of PTSD
• Impact of symptoms of PTSD on relationships
• Ability to determine major issues in relationship
• A simplified system to work with those living with ones who have PTSD
• Two methods/processes to relieve symptoms
Joan Courtney is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and an NLP Practitioner. She has been working with PTSD survivors, their families and friends for over 20 years.
She has developed a multifaceted system to allow them to live life freely, with control over their situations and themselves.