EDGE SCIENCE ERT®
FOR PTSD (Emotion Replacement Therapy®)
ERT is the newest
Cutting Edge Therapy Science in reducing and actually deleting the
neurological emotional and physical affects of Post Traumatic Stress
Disorder also known as PTSD. Developed over 10 years ago by Neurophysiologist Tom Silver, Emotion Replacement Therapy has proven to be
the number one most successful method and technique in helping
thousands of people overcome the effects of PTSD.
will be teaching this extraordinary method and technique at his upcoming
EEG Hypnosis Training course in Cheshire England this June and you can
register for this course on this website right now. Tom Silver is a
leader and pioneer in the field of Scientific Hypnosis and Neurological
Therapy as well as author of 3 books on Hypnotism. In this course, you
will learn how to produce this amazing mental therapy process to help
your clients overcome the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Here is some information on PTSD and the other current methods which are
used to reduce the effects of PTSD.
Symptoms & Treatment Options An introduction
There are events that
happen to us as children or adults that are so overwhelming and
inherently frightening that they cause transient (temporary), and in
some cases, permanent changes in our physical and psychological
responses to stress. In general, post-traumatic stress disorder can be
seen as an overwhelming of the body's normal psychological defenses
against stress. Thus, after the trauma, there is abnormal function
(dysfunction) of the normal defense systems, which results in certain
The symptoms are produced in different
Re-experiencing the trauma * Persistent avoidance * Increased arousal Re-experiencing the
May relive the experience as terrible dreams or nightmares or as daytime
flashbacks of the event. * External cues in the environment may remind the
patient of the event * The psychological distress of the exposure to
trauma is reactivated (brought back) by internal thoughts, memories, and
even fantasies * Experience physical reactions to stress, such as sweating and
rapid heart rate * Posttraumatic symptoms can be identical to those symptoms
experienced when the actual trauma was occurring * Persistent Avoidance
to the person's efforts to avoid trauma-related thoughts or feelings
and activities or situations that may trigger memories of the trauma. PTSD person may develop a diminished
interest in activities that used to give pleasure * Detachment from
other people * Restricted range of feelings * Sad affect that leads to the view
that the future will be shortened * Increased arousal * fight or flight
sleep disturbances * irritability * outbursts of anger * difficulty
concentrating * increased vigilance * exaggerated startle response when shocked.
What are some of the current treatment options?
#1: ERT® "New
cutting edge method" to remove, delete and replace the emotional impact
(This is the most effective scientific
method to remove and delete PTSD)
#2 Treatment is "DRUGS!"
bandage with limited success in most cases)
therapy involves separating the intrusive thoughts from the associated
anxiety that they produce. Additionally, it involves changing the
sequence of thought patterns that occurs whenever the patient is exposed
to the traumatic stimulus. Cognitive therapy seriously diminishes the
power of these reminders to cause severe reactions.
success in most cases)
#4 Stress inoculation training.
This therapy includes relaxation. It also involves carefully monitoring
the patient's thoughts that follow from thinking about the traumatic
event. When thoughts of the trauma do occur, the patient uses a script
that was created in therapy to attempt to change their thoughts that
follow thinking about the trauma. Patients may even need to imagine
themselves as someone else (role playing) to bring about this change in
their thought pattern. But then, the role-playing gradually becomes the
(Limited success in most cases)
techniques and confidence builders, such as positive self-talk and
social skills training. In visualization techniques, patients train
themselves to recall and visualize a particularly peaceful or pleasant
place or situation whenever thoughts of the trauma occur.
success in most cases)
#6 Peer group support. Used for
the treatment of numbing, residents learn from one another to reconnect
with feelings, decrease isolation, learn new coping strategies.