We will discuss your nervous system's responses to trauma and your coping mechanisms. All behaviors, thoughts, and feelings after distress are trauma responses and are categorized either by your response as a result of what happened or as a way of coping with what happened. Sometimes they are both.
Trauma-informed coaching approaches can lead to discoveries of why you cope in an unhealthy way, such as binge eating. It can get to the root causes of why you have nightmares, headaches, and unexplained body pains. And much more.
The brain and the body respond naturally to external stressors and traumas in a usual way using trauma responses and coping mechanisms. Commonly, trauma is associated with negative societal beliefs, poverty, inequality, oppression, abuse, violence, threats, chronic stressful situations, discrimination, isolation, loss, grief, disabilities, illnesses, accidents, and injuries. And much more.
To get to the bottom of your trauma and suffering, we will discuss What is hurting you? What did someone do to you? What is scaring you? What is enraging you? What is making you feel trapped? Who is oppressing you? What are you trying to cope with? What are you responding to? What is overwhelming you? Who made you feel guilty? Shamed? Blamed?
Although it is not our fault what happened to us, healing is our responsibility.
Trauma-Informed Coaching can help in your recovery to self-healing.
Catalyze positive change in a massive and impactful way. Set your intentions and your subconscious mind to happiness, health, and healing. Rise above your trauma and negative societal beliefs to live your best life as your true self.
A comparative study by Dr. Aldred A Barrois, Ph.D., dedicated to comparing traditional psychoanalysis with hypnotherapy, found that psychoanalysis resulted in a 38% success rate after 600 sessions, and hypnotherapy resulted in a 93% success rate after six sessions.
So yes, a client can still be in therapy with the same issues years later.
With Trauma-Informed Hypnotherapy and mind-body connections and learning how to regulate your nervous system, you can rapidly achieve success in your healing from trauma.
The ultimate coaching goals are to increase self-regulation of the client's nervous system and to guide them in the desired direction so they can set their health, happiness, and healing intentions.
Because self-regulation is often difficult, mainly due to the client's ruminations in continuous trauma responses and being stuck in negative feelings from external pressures, trauma-informed coaching can provide a safe, supportive and caring environment whereby the client will not fear judgment, opinions, expectations, or criticisms and belittlements.
Once in this safe space, clients can learn to reprogram their awareness levels and behaviors and transform their coping mechanisms to healthier states.
Positive Psychology Coaching focuses on the client's strengths, identified and used to improve self-regulation and nervous system flexibility. Some common strengths are persistence, creativity, and gratitude. Acknowledging these strengths will help the client feel and perform at their best during difficult times.
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