WHEN TIME DOESN'T HEAL: HOW TO OVERCOME LOSS, GRIEF, TRAUMA AND PTSD IN 30 MINUTES OR LESS

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Author House, Jan 12, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 180 pages
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Often times people have problems in getting over or beyond an emotional or traumatic event in their life, such as, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). When time doesn’t heal or complete its job and all seems hopeless, yet, there is still help and it is found in this book.

Overcoming PTSD, grief or any loss includes all forms of mental trauma in which there is some form of emotional brokeness. These could include PTSD, a war zone experience, the loss of a loved one, the break up of a relationship such as divorce, losing a companion, losing a pet, a sports loss, a financial disaster or whatever. Any or all of these can be a major catastrophic loss for an individual, some, even causing death. As already indicated the healing process goes beyond just traditional methodologies, such as death, dying and grief as explained by Kubler Ross. It includes a methodology that overcomes debilitating secondary gain, PTSD or any emotional loss. All problems have solutions. Many protocols and solutions are found in this book.

 

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Contents

How It All Got Started
1
The Model in Simple Terms
8
Overcoming A Loss A Live Applied Application
26
Advanced Guide to Solving Loss and Grief
59
You Are A Genius
85
Techniques to Enhance the Effectiveness of
94
Definition and Scope
100
Problems in Past Thinking 107
107
Classical Conditioning
131
Time and Physical Concepts
134
Repetition The Mother of All Skill vs Time
140
Gestalt Style Role Play
143
The New Affirmations
146
Direct and indirect ideas
150
NLP
153
Holographic Memory Work
156

Reality TherapyCognitive Approach 114
114
Universals
123
Glossary of Terms
163
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Dr. M L Nichols has proven to be an innovative insightful and informative expert on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). He retired from the US Navy as a Lieutenant Commander Chaplain and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR). His peers and superiors have always said, "He is twenty years (20) ahead of his time." At Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, he was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal for creating "the most innovative and effective correctional religious program in the United States," which lowered the incident rate by a documented 60 per cent.

After going to work for CDCR, he completed Post Graduate Work in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and was awarded Master Practioner and Trainer of NLP and Time Line Therapy Certifications. Dr. Nichols graduated number one in his two Navy Leadership and Management Courses. While in the Navy he earned a Doctor of Ministry degree from San Francisco Theological Seminary. He did original work in Stress and Copying Techniques and applied Leadership and Management Techniques.

His published works include: Communicate Through the Windows of the Mind, Playing in the Zone Made Easy, "The Four Key Elements of a Successful Institutional Intervention," The Alpha Omega Process, When Time Doesn't Heal, and The One Minute Leader.

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