Trauma triggering and Stress are gripping us as a society due to the lack of regulation of the Nervous System. Dr. Tiffany will teach you how to embody peace, how to work with the thoughts, feelings and physical sensations that leave you living triggered. You may be experiencing physical manifestations of trauma and stress, through stomach pains, headaches, disrupted or excessive sleep, and motor control difficulty. Dr. Tiffany approaches healing from a root cause level, addressing your experience of trauma and stress response from a Neurological, Physiological and Psychological perspective.
While certain diseases can occasionally go unnoticed, others are sometimes visible only to trained eyes. In either scenario, a disease is a condition that, if untreated, can negatively impact your quality of life.
One such ailment that is discrete, difficult to diagnose, and sometimes undetectable is Trauma and Stress Disorders. But if you have Trauma, it's crucial to educate yourself about it and take the required steps to prevent its negative effects from affecting your life.
A stressful experience or a series of small stressful experiences can lead to the mental health struggles with trauma.
However, it is treatable in most cases, and educating yourself about the condition can go a long way in improving your life. Identification of the problem is the first step toward the solution. Some signs can be pretty obvious, while others may be hard to decipher. To help you better understand, let’s discuss some of the most common symptoms of unresolved trauma.
- You may have intrusive thoughts: You may have recurring disturbing thoughts, flashbacks, or visualizations of the incident and think about it even when you don’t want to. You may also experience a high frequency of disturbing dreams and nightmares related to that incident.
- Feeling as if you are reliving the incident: Even when you are completely safe, thoughts or mentions of the incident may make you feel extremely upset, and your body may psychologically and physically react as if you are going through the incident again.
- You ignore anything that triggers memories of the incident: You try your best to ignore talking about the incident; you change the subject or feel uneasy when something reminds you of it. You may even start ignoring activities or places where the trauma happened.
- You have a physical reaction to the memories of that incident: Other than psychological distress; you can experience increased heartbeat, elevated blood pressure, sweating, trouble breathing, muscle tension, or nausea when something reminds you of what you've gone through.
Dr. Tiffany believes in applying blended techniques. She combines rational and useful thinking techniques, Brainspotting, Emotional Freedom Technique, IFS and Somatic interventions. She also utilizes Safe and Sound protocol to help calm the nervous system. Blending bottom up, top down and lateral intervention are important to help the patient/client in rethinking their perception of the traumatic event, self-esteem, and coping mechanisms.
Controlled exposure to traumatic events and the accompanying feelings aids in the person's confidence-building process and slowly reduces avoidance and unhelpful connections with the event. In short, Dr. Tiffany helps you to retrain your nervous system, and to no longer live triggered.
Learn more about Dr. Tiffany's unique approach, by reaching out for a clarity call with a team member and then a free consultation with Doc. Healing is possible.