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Triumph over Trauma

Every Story Needs a Hero!

Psychological trauma underpins almost all mental illness, addiction, problematic behaviours and causes immense suffering, but it can be resolved and its not as hard as many people believe, or as painful.

Psychological trauma can be healed once we understand what it is without the need for painful re-experiencing and years of therapy. Even better, once your brain knows how to heal it, it will usually start to do it automatically.

This one day cause teaches you how to turn your pain into power and put your past where it belongs, in the past. 

Where: In person in Byron Bay

Catering: Morning and afternoon tea provided BYO Lunch

Time: 10am to 4pm

Cost: $165

2024 Dates

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You will Learn

  • What trauma trauma really is. Psychological trauma is not what happened to you, its what your brain did with that experience, specifically what it made that experience mean about you. If it gave it a positive meaning you would feel empowered by that experience, but if it gave it a negative meaning it will become trauma. We can't change what happened, but we can change the meaning we gave to it.

  • How trauma impacts you: You will understand the way trauma impacts your memory, your emotions, your thoughts, your behaviours and your identity and why it creates the symptoms of PTSD. You will also understand how to change all of that.

  • The three different levels of Trauma: You will learn about the difference between simple trauma, complex trauma and structural trauma. You will also learn how each of them are healed (this course addresses simple and complex trauma. Structural trauma is dealt with in the 'healing the critical voice' course).

  • The 7 types of Trauma: There are seven types of traumatic injury, and each of them requires a different type of healing approach. In this course you will learn about all of them and how to heal the most common ones.

  • Low exposure trauma resolution: We used to believe that people had to re-experience their trauma to heal it, which is called exposure therapy, and it is a very hard way to go about things. Most of the time it works, but when it doesn't it retraumatises people. Fortunately, modern understanding has shown us that it usually takes very little re-exposure to heal trauma which makes it much easier, much less painful and much less risky.

  • How to tell your Hero Story: Trauma impacts our identity in negative ways, leaving us feeling powerless and hopeless about our life and our future. This is because our trauma story is one of failure and victimisation. This course teaches you how to turn that into your hero story which empowers you, and also happens to be the truth about who you are.

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