Resolving Yesterday

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About the author:
Gunilla Hamne is the Journalist that contacted Dr Carl Johnson to investigate the efficiency of Tapping to resolve emotional and post traumatic stress with survivors of the genocide in Rwanda, and developed the Trauma Tapping Technique (TTT) that she has taught and trained in Rwanda and Congo since 2007 with documented and followed up results.

Ulf Sandström is the hypnotherapist that found Gunilla Hamne when looking for a way to treat emotional and post traumatic stress that was less language dependent than hypnosis, and that could be spread through multiplication.

Both are driven by the conviction that stability in post-conflict areas is dependent on applying new and empowering methods of First Aid for emotional and post-traumatic stress within these communities - which is the main reason for their work.

The efforts of Gunilla Hamne and Ulf Sandström, the documentation of the results, the ongoing cooperation with researchers, psychologists, psychotherapists and medical doctors can be found in the web page of their NGO the Peaceful Heart Network.

Resolving Yesterday

First Aid for Stress and Trauma with TTT

Authored by Gunilla Hamne, Ulf Sandström

This book explains the basic causes of emotional and post-traumatic stress, and the physical and psychological symptoms it can lead to. It provides a First Aid technique to heal the symptoms that is called the Trauma Tapping Technique, TTT. TTT is easy enough to be learned by children, yet powerful enough to astound psychologists, psychiatrists and counselors as well as long time sufferers of trauma.
In this book we will tell how you can use TTT to
- Treat yourself
- Treat others
- Teach and treat large groups of people that can spread it even further

This book is dedicated to the survivors of unimaginable acts of war, genocide, and emotional distress of all kinds that we have met in Chad, Rwanda, Afghanistan, Uganda, Sierra Leone, Congo, Canada, Finland, South Sudan, Sweden and many other countries, thank you for your trust in allowing us to teach you how to treat yourselves and your community, thank you for proving to us that Trauma Tapping Technique (TTT) is one of the most useful tools around today for shutting down traumatic stress responses. You have shown us that healing is possible.

Said about this book:

"What Gunilla and Ulf have masterfully done through their years of hands-on experience with the most complex of Post Traumatic Stress cases is to refine various tapping techniques into a revolutionary interventional first-aid technique that brings hope to the hopeless and self-empowerment to the powerless. They have named it the Trauma Tapping Technique (TTT), an emotional first-aid technique that is, on the one hand, so amazingly simple, straightforward and versatile, while on the other hand, so powerful and effective as to free even the most traumatized individual from their suffering and despair, sometimes within a single 15-25 minute session, sometimes, miraculously, in even fewer minutes. These spectacularly consistent results defy all expectations of the rational, logical, traditional mind-set which cries out, "impossible"! But Ulf and Gunilla's results speak otherwise and affirm that these results are not only possible but probable. It reminds one of how it was once believed that to run the mile in under 4 minutes was deemed impossible until Roger Bannister came along in 1954 and for the first time ran a mile in under 4 minutes. Since that barrier was broken, it has become commonplace to run the mile in under 4 minutes. Likewise, rapid remediation of severe trauma will become commonplace as the world becomes aware that the barrier of impossibility to speedy and permanent trauma relief has been torn down and TTT has been at the forefront of this evolution."

(Bert Fellows, MA, Director Emeritus, Psychological Services, Pain Management Center of Paducah, USA )

Publication Date:
1505326710 / 9781505326710
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Full Color with Bleed
Related Categories:
Health & Fitness / First Aid

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