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Just because I love talking to people live and in-person, every month I conduct a Professional Perspective interview about some topic of self-empowered healing. (Are you registered to listen in, ask your questions and receive the free PTSD audio download??)
This month, I spoke to Dr. Bill Tollefson about healing traumatic memories and his Rapid Reduction Technique™. We covered such things as:
I know you will learn so much from this audio — things you can apply in your own life today, plus understandings that may help you figure out what your next step is in healing, and how and why your mind works the way it does. Click here to listen to Dr. Bill Tollefson talk about traumatic memories and a PTSD treatment that he himself has seen work over and over again.
William Tollefson, Ph.D. is a national known author, certified Life Coach, publisher, and international speaker. His mission is to help free others from memories of past hurtful memories which hinder their own growth possibilities in business and personal life. Dr Bill is a well-known expert on the subject of the effects of trauma and abuse and has traveled around the country giving professional presentations for individuals who suffer from symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD). He teaches his healing life skills to individuals to assist them in taking back their personal authority from memories from past events of trauma and abuse.
Dr Bill’s book, DVDs and CDs entitled, Separated From the Light : A Way Back put forth his theories and principles for stopping the haunting memories from the experience of trauma and abuse.
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