Growing Past Trauma Means Healing Properly

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Unfortunately, everyone will experience traumatic events in their lifetime. And, while they cause a significant amount of impact on both the body and the mind, they also require proper healing.  The expression “time heals all wounds” doesn’t necessarily apply to survivors of traumatic events, unless they have a proactive healing process supporting them.

Traumatic experiences are different for everyone.  Many survivors regularly experience flashbacks, sleeplessness, nausea, situational depression, grief, and more. A traumatic experience can include anything from a medical diagnosis to the death of a loved one to being witness to or the victim of a crime. While each trauma can be different, recovering from a traumatic experience properly is the only way to successfully move past it.  Recovering from multiple traumatic experiences can feel like an endurance test like none other, but with the right tools it can be done.

As a multiple trauma survivor, psychiatric nurse, and founder of Rewire Therapy Tanya Zajdel has experienced the best of the healing process. While working to heal from her own traumas, Tanya learned that a vast majority of talk therapists aren’t specifically trained in trauma healing.  Just as you wouldn’t go to a dentist for a broken bone in your foot, trauma is sub-specialty that very few focus on.

Through her own healing process, Tanya often found that cognitive therapy didn’t help her enough. So, she decided to undertake a worldwide search for the most effective trauma healing processes.  After successfully healing, she created Rewire Therapy so others can follow in her footsteps.  Today, tens of thousands of people have successfully moved past their traumatic experiences through Rewire’s program.

It’s a known fact that trauma survivors don’t really discuss the traumas they’ve survived, and that talk therapy, when it works, is more expensive and takes longer than module-based somatic therapy. Talk therapy is excellent for many things, but in this case, it only focuses on half the problem – the mental side of trauma.  There’s a physical, or body connection which is just as strong and can be felt through the central nervous system.

Rewire Therapy teaches survivors how to heal from the inside out.  It focuses on the traumatic connection between the mind and the body, while offering a program that jumpstarts the healing process.  The program focuses directly on comfort, security, breath, and focus away from a given event to work through it. The company’s state-of-the-art care has been created by many of the top experts in the world who understand the true impact of a traumatic event and how to heal from it. Integrating somatic and expressive therapies in the healing process, survivors are given the best tools possible to heal when it works best for them.

The program is easy-to-use, and according to Zajdel, “many survivors experience less frequent and intense emotional triggers after practicing Rewire Therapy’s exercises.”  Many Rewire members report seeing results far faster than they did in the past with cognitive therapy alone.  This is because cognitive therapy focuses on the mental health side of trauma. What it lacks is the physical one.

The trauma-impacted nervous system is typically on “high alert” and can be triggered in many ways. The therapies in the Rewire program are proven to reduce flashbacks, help survivors heal past trauma and become stronger from it. By being available when it is needed most – or most convenient for survivors – it is less intrusive than other therapies, private, and can be accessed on demand.

The platform was built with an intentional focus wellness, body/mind consciousness, and connection, thus making it a critical tool in trauma healing. Based on modules that are timely, easy-to-use, and timesaving, the program doesn’t require an appointment or waiting for a call back.  It’s simply an easy addition to one’s regular daily routine. Healing becomes easier with Rewire, and survivors are able to work past their traumatic experiences to truly heal from them.