Are you suffering from trauma?
A trauma is an extremely threatening event during which you may feel like you’re about to die or experience serious harm. Examples include assault, rape, accidents, terrorist attacks, fire, disaster and witnessing someone being badly injured or killed. In the case of more complex trauma, it can be more worryingly experienced as a ‘threatened life’. The symptoms of any trauma can have a significant impact on your day-to-day life.
Trauma in the UK is now a major mental health concern. In most cases, the symptoms develop during the first month after a traumatic event. In some cases, there may be a delay of months or even years before symptoms start to appear. Some people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) experience long periods when their symptoms are less noticeable, followed by periods where they get worse. Other people have constant, severe symptoms.
At Primal Energetics we have a unique approach to dealing with trauma that challenges conventional treatment. Our pioneering three-stage psycho-energetic system works with your inner energy pattern and the relationship of the unconscious on your everyday conscious life.
Try our Stage One ‘Purification’ treatment. Four 90 minute sessions that will help regain your emotional equilibrium and re-focus your psychological energy. Away from coping, to living your life to its full potential.
The Primal Energetics approach
Primal Energetics offers you a revolutionary approach to trauma that acts fast to help reduce the effects of trauma and identify its causes, offering a long-term solution. We use a blend of energy treatment and psychological methods. All are 100% safe, natural, and highly transformative for body, mind and soul. In just four 90 minute sessions with the Primal Energetics team, you shall:
Feel deep relaxation during each 45 minute energy therapy
Experience fast-acting emotional and energetic uplift
See how trauma creates distortions in your inner energy systems
Get greater clarity and deeper insight why trauma is affecting you.
Common signs of trauma
Constant negative thoughts
Feelings of guilt or shame
Feeling ‘on edge’
Thinking about suicide and death
Insecure social attachments
Latest research on trauma
Trauma is the most common cause of death in people under 40 in the UK.
Around 1 in 3 adults in the UK say they’ve experienced at least one traumatic event.
The rate of PTSD among the UK population is about 4%.
Certain sectors of society are more prone to the risks of PTSD, including veterans of the UK armed forces.
Almost 1 in 3 young people in the UK experience trauma during childhood.
Trauma in childhood doubles the risk of experiencing a range of mental health disorders in adult life.
How to manage trauma
Research shows that trauma can be treated effectively with psychological treatments, but it is not yet fully known which treatments work best and how they should be best delivered.
This is especially true of more complex trauma profiles, called “complex PTSD”. These emerge from events that involve multiple, chronic or repeated types of traumas that are of an interpersonal nature and from which escape is difficult or impossible such as childhood abuse, domestic violence, genocide campaigns and being a prisoner of war.
Treatment for trauma has historically been a combination of trauma assessment tools, cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), and medication.
New thinking on trauma has also shown is it transferable. Intergenerational trauma is one such area of study and shows trauma can be inherited.
Another type of trauma transfer has been seen in empathic professionals who work with trauma survivors. They have been proven to be at risk of their own forms of trauma. Indirect trauma, also known as vicarious trauma (VT), compassion fatigue (CF), or empathic strain, can be an inevitable byproduct of treating trauma in others.
Trauma is complex, often multi-layered, and highly transferable. Just knowing more about trauma and talking about your trauma with friends, family, employer or a professional who deals with PTSD can be the first step to easing your suffering.