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What is a "trauma"? This 2-minute video explains.

Signs of having experienced a big shock or a trauma can include:

  • Being on high alert
  • Anxiety
  • Irritability
  • Restless Sleep
    • Nightmares
    • Flashbacks
    • Persistent unwanted thoughts
    • Avoiding memory triggers
    • Indecision
    • Feeling disorganised or overwhelmed
    • Rejection from a loved one. Harsh words or bullying. Abuse of any sort. A tragic loss. Accidents. Injuries. Witnessing disturbing scenes. Violence. Unexpected news.
    • The word “trauma” is often associated with highly dangerous or life-threatening events.
    • However, it is a myth that we need to have been in a war-zone to have experienced a trauma.
    • We all have experiences in everyday life which can shock or stress our nervous systems.
    • Many times these events are mild enough to resolve naturally and leave no residual impact.
    • Sometimes the impact is greater and longer-lasting.
    • Our responses are very individual and are all valid.
    • Traumas can be experienced in childhood or as an adult.
    • They can be single events or repeated.
    • Any experience which leaves a lasting, significant, negative impact, such as the signs mentioned above, can mean your brain has treated and stored the experience as a trauma.
    • Traumatic memories are stored differently to normal memories.
    • The classical Greek definition of trauma is “wound”.
    • We use this broad description of trauma, because it explains how a trauma feels: like a wound or injury is affecting the body, heart and mind.
    • Traumas are like “invisible wounds”, held deep within the body and mind – and they require a special process to reach them, resolve them and restore equilibrium again.
    • This is exactly what The Trauma Solution is for… and what it does so brilliantly.

    With the right technique, you CAN move on from traumas

    Moving on... from suffering to freedom

    I AM® Moving On Session – Ashley’s Story

    In one session, Ashley went from feeling like she “had a huge hole in her heart” to being able to comfortably talk about the unexpected, tragic loss of her younger brother.

    I AM® Moving On Session – Nathan’s Story

    Nathan knew something wasn’t right, yet wasn’t sure what it was. His I AM® Moving On Session revealed – and then resolved – a significant trauma, which had caused his feelings of confusion and overwhelm. He was then able to move on with his life again.

    3 Easy Steps


    Book Your Session

    Use the online booking calendar to book an I AM® Moving On Session: in-person at Kendall (mid-north coast of NSW, Australia) or online via Zoom (worldwide).


    Have Your Session

    An I AM® Moving On Session steps you through the process of uncoupling the memory from the shock response in your body. Safe, gentle, non-retraumatising.


    Experience Freedom

    After the Session, the brain rewires itself around the changes made to the memory. When completed, permanent relief from post-traumatic symptoms are the result.

    Dano and Siobah'n during a practical segment of the TBT® Training Workshop.
    Ripple in Water

    Facts about The Trauma Solution

    • Various techniques are used, depending on each client’s needs and whether traumas from childhood or adulthood are worked on.
    • One technique we use in particular, TBT®, has been specifically designed to eliminate the symptoms of post-traumatic stress.
    • It is suitable for children and adults of all cultural backgrounds and belief systems.
    • It works on all traumatic memories – no matter how recent, old, small, large, simple or complex they are.
    • It is non-retraumatising and not talking-based, as very little detail about the original event is required.
    • The process gently and systematically uncouples memories of traumatic experiences from the involuntary, ongoing responses to shock, which are stored in the body’s nervous system and brain.
    • Step-by-step, the impact of the memory of the original event is altered. The memory remains, yet it no longer triggers disturbing reactions in the body and mind.
    • One trauma is worked on per session.
    • Related traumas will often be resolved as well, by treating the main one.
    • Rapid relief is the result. Even major traumas are usually resolved within one 60 to 90-minute session.
    • Once the neural pathways in the brain rewire, permanent change is made.
    • It is very time and cost-effective – and shortcuts a great deal of suffering.
    • One session is usually enough to fully resolve one trauma.
    • Once the trauma is resolved, the stress response and symptoms of trauma naturally switch off.

    Imagine being freed from the past...

    You can become yourself again.


    Disclaimer: All information, services and products provided by Ingrid Weissmann and Malcolm Fowler are not meant to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent any illness or disease.

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