Recovery from Traumatic Experience

* Recovery from rape


* Resolution of childhood sexual abuse, both male and female


* Resolution of childhood emotional or physical abuse


* Resolution of consequences of physical accidents, motor vehicle accidents, and surgeries


* Resolution from war trauma


* Resolution from the loss of a loved one


* Integration of near-death experiences


* Recovery from childhood neglect or abandonment

This approach can provide unusually rapid relief of the symptoms from traumatic experiences. Trauma involves parts of the brain that are usually not accessible through conscious, verbal interaction alone. Therefore, methods that reach non-conscious, somatic experiences have particular value in treatment. Precise visual brain stimulation in conjunction with interpersonal process is an efficient means for changing symptoms of traumatic experiences.