PTSD Help Birmingham
PTSD help in Birmingham. NLP Practitioner Debbie Williams can eliminate PTSD quickly. Check if this video relates to you and your symptoms. If you are suffering from PTSD, and want the nightmares to stop, freeing you once and for all from your PTSD disorder please contact us 0121 241 0728.
If you want to find out more check out the other videos and testimonials on this website of how I can help stop your nightmares, negative thoughts and PTSD. This video explains what may be happening for you and gives you some techniques in reducing symptoms of PTSD .
Birmingham Help for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
PTSD help is available in Birmingham with Debbie Williams. Everyone has nightmares sometimes. But if you are suffering from PTSD, it’s different.
One soldier Sam Brace served in Iraq eight years ago really doesn’t want to talk about what he saw when he was there. In fact, it’s something many soldiers whove have returned from Iraq actively try not to dwell on, wishing the whole movie inside their head could be deleted for good.
PTSD and NLP
PTSD can be gotton rid of fairly quickly says NLP practitioner Debbie Williams as NLP is like having the tools to delete the old scary movies inside your mind and destroying the broken record that keeps playing when you are trying to sleep.
Try some hypnosis for free, go to www.debbiewilliamsassociates.co.uk and get your copy of Birmingham NLP hypnotherapy expert Debbie Williams recording ‘Stop worrying and create a wonderful life”
PTSD Nightmares and Dreams
With PTSD nightmares and dreams cant seem to be controlled. Sometimes though the sufferer can have a nightmare and not even know it.
I’ve had one client Craig Burgess tell me he didnt know he was having nightmares but his parents recorded him one night and when he watched it the next day he was very shocked.
PTSD Sam Brace’s Dream
They’re almost always about the same explosion. “When I was overseas, we’d hit an IED,” normally the nightmares are something related to that.”
PTSD VA Medical Centre Menlo Park California
Psychologist Steven Woodward from the National Center for PTSD at the VA Medical Center in Menlo Park, California says ”Healthy dreams seem kind of random, they’re wacky, and associate lots of things that are not normally associated.” he says.
”PTSD dreams are the same real-life event played over and over again like a broken record.” and I agree as this is definetely what happens to sufferers of PTSD.
Woodward says.”Replicative nightmares of traumatic events … repeat for years, sometimes for decades.”
Contact Debbie Williams on 0121 241 0728 (office hours) if you want to see her personally to help you overcome your PTSD.