PTSD: Cleaning and Clearing Shock and Trauma
What you'll learn
- Collapse the images and dissipate the turmoil of trauma and shock.
- Identify behavioural triggers and origins of depression and anxiety.
- Utilise simple step procedures to collapse self-sabotage and negative core beliefs.
- Begin the recovery process from PTSD.
- It is recommended that you let someone (professional, family or friend) know that you are taking this course in case there is a need for some support or debriefing during or after the course.
PTSD: Cleaning & Clearing Shock & Trauma
This course is designed for those who work with trauma/shock survivors or those who are trauma/shock victims themselves and who have not yet found a way to collapse and clear any images/memories and resultant fears, anxieties, depression or addictions as a result of ongoing emotional and physical disturbances.
Learn and Master
This is about helping others or oneself in FINDING FREEDOM from addictions, obsessions, compulsions, fears, phobias, anxieties and trauma. It is an easy guide to understanding the nature of PTSD and potentially quick and simple solutions to releasing the impacts of same.
Mastering a skill/technique/tool
Discover the means by which an understanding of the origins, impact and nature of shock and trauma in people’s lives can be dissipated, cleaned and cleared at a pace and in a manner that is safe and healthy for the sufferer.
What are the requirements?
A desire to learn about the nature of shock and trauma and to discover new, practical, and easy-to-apply tools and techniques for collapsing trauma triggers and reactions.
What am I going to get from this course?
This course has both academic content and experiential and practical components, with techniques to attain closure. The course contains video and audio lectures as well as resource material, references and links.
What is the target audience?
- Critical Incident Stress Debriefers
- Mental Health Practitioners
- Trauma specialists
- Students of Psychology/Psychiatry/Criminology
Clients and patients of the above including:
- Military veterans
- Victims of crime or abuse
- Victims of terror
- Those who suffer from trauma and shock
- Sufferers who have not sought treatment
- Sufferers who are getting treatment but have not yet been successful in processing their traumatic histories.
- Those who have repeated nightmares or images that haunt them.
- Those who have had emotional, sexual or physical trauma from accidents or deliberate acts of violence or have been witness to same.
- Those who have had vicarious trauma.
- Those who have been ‘uncomfortably spotlighted’ – which could include having been bullied.
- Those with ‘stuck/frozen’ memories/images.
- Loved ones who wish to share new possibilities with victims of shock and trauma
Who this course is for:
- Counsellors, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health workers, VA workers, sufferers of PTSD, depression, anxiety, addictions, fears, phobias, compulsions and obsessions.
- Those who have suffered or witnessed abuse, victims of accidents or witnesses to horror and those who have suffered in silence.
Stephen (Steve) King has a B.Sc. degree in Health and Human Services and is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who is the instructor for the three Udemy courses entitled 'PTSD: Cleaning and Clearing Shock & Trauma', 'Authenticity; How to Achieve it' and 'Addiction, Anxiety, Depression & Trauma'.
He is an avid runner, race-walker and triathlete who has held six national age group records, has raced at Ironman and Ultraman triathlon distances and has been a member of Canada`s national 100km team. In 2001 he became only the second Canadian ever to complete the grueling Badwater Death Valley 135 mile run and he put together a a photo journal of this challenge on Youtube, accompanied by the song ‘Road to Hell’ (written by Rea/Anton) and sung by Steve himself.
Steve was also the publisher of `Tri-Fit Quarterly`, a national triathlon magazine, author of a triathlon training log and CBC`s colour commentator for the sport of triathlon. He is also the race announcer for many sports events including Ironman Canada (now Challenge Penticton). He has an avid interest in healthy balance and wholism and in 2012 he was inducted into the BC Athletics Hall of Fame and is in the Frontrunners Walk of Fame in Victoria, BC. He was honored by a local couple of businessmen who recently produced a bobblehead likeness of Steve, which even has its own Facebook page of photos showing him bobbing up in a variety of locales around the world (Adventures of #bobblehead Steve).
Steve has worked as a Clinical Counsellor at Pathways Addictions Resource Centre in Penticton since 1989 and he authored three books on energy psychology and PTSD entitled, `Rapid Recovery: Accelerated Information Processing & Healing`, 'PTSD: Cleaning and Clearing Shock & Trauma' , 'The Book of Existential Questions' and the companion book to this course '12 Steps to Authenticity'. He also co-edited ‘Running in the Zone` and is a contributing writer to ‘Gin & Platonic and Other Short Stories with a Twist’ and ‘Triathlete in Transition’.
Steve also recorded a 16-song CD dedicated to his wife Jean entitled ‘Songs for Jean’, which can be heard by visiting CDBaby.