Trauma healing is still a widely debated issue. In addition to conventional healing methods, using deep breathing techniques, yoga and meditation are also possible enhancements towards complete healing. Even more unconventional methods such as equestrian therapy, drumming or dancing are getting more attention. Principles of healing are so ingrained in our brains that we can trace this back to the beginning of the mankind. It is worth understanding that improperly applied therapy can reignite the trauma and present a major setback for the survivors.
- Dr. Bruce Perry, MD will be presenting new success with his success treating trauma patients with meditation and similar techniques.
- Dr. Bruce Perry, MD says that yoga and meditation saved his life before he learned about science involving the brain.
- A County is California is trying to ban these kinds of naturalistic approaches insisting that CBT is the only way forward.
“The list of repetitive, rhythmic regulations used for trauma by Dr. Perry, Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, Dr. Pat Ogden and others is remarkable.”
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