How Long Does It Take?
A matter of hours!
Mild situations normally resolve in as few as 10-15 hours of consultation, with an additional 10-15 hours required for each next degree of severity. The more extreme civilian cases resolved in fewer than 50 hours.
Extreme military cases have not been tested. However, the worst civilian cases may prove comparable as these include horrific automobile accidents, drug addiction, violent rapes, witnessed murder, and psychiatric commitment with chemical shock treatment.
Our expectation is that any post traumatic condition will yield to Stress Affect Resolution, and will seldom if ever require more than 25 hours of direct one-on-one debriefing.
No longer must the PTSD victim contemplate years of therapy and mind- and body-numbing drugs with little more than the mere hope that things will improve. What once seemed forever lost to traumatic shock can now be recovered as a matter of routine.
What is PTSD?
PTSD means Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. We have discovered...
Can PTSD be cured?
Cures are for physical diseases. PTSD is not a disease, it is a spiritual affliction.
PTSD is not something that happened, or is happening, to you, it
is you still living your reaction to what happened. We help you terminate that.
What is a Stress Affect?
An affect is a taken-on or adopted behavior or personality trait.
A Stress Affect is an automatic behavior or personality trait that is adopted during an emotionally or physically intense event and
which then remains in place, driven by residual force from the event.
Stress Affect Resolution?
"SAR" is a precisely-designed question-guided introspection that systematically dissolves PTSD
by dismantling the underpinnings of the stress affects involved in an individual's case.
How was this discovered?
It began with an accident.
In 1968 the eventual developer of SAR had a very surprising detailed conversation with a soldier
who had been injured in Vietnam, leaving him with Traumatic Brain Injury / Amnesia.
When the soldier's memory unexpecteldy returned during the conversation...
How long does it take?
A matter of hours!
Can you give examples?
Yes: Read on!
What do I do?
Make the decision and
How can I help?
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