Many people are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and don’t know it. Understanding the signs and symptoms of PTSD and the importance of treating it are crucial. Only a skilled and competent medical doctor specializing in psychiatry or a trained psychotherapist who specializes in PTSD can definitively tell you if you suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Any type of traumatic event can cause a person to suffer from symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress, although PTSD is prevalent among those who experience military combat. Rape, childhood sexual molestation, being physically assaulted, witnessing a homicide or suicide, experiencing a life-threatening illness, being a victim of a mass shooting, domestic violence, losing someone or watching someone you love die, and numerous other events can bring about PTSD. The symptoms are similar, no matter what incident caused the condition. Therefore, understanding the signs and symptoms of PTSD and the importance of treating it are crucial.
Here are two testimonials to demonstrate how effective using EFT is in treating PTSD:
“Evelyn introduced me to a technique called EFT. I can’t emphasize enough how EFT has changed my life completely and forever. I had suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress for more than 40 years. I found Evelyn online, and decided to see what she had to offer that the V.A. didn’t offer me. I went through only three sessions of having her do EFT with me, and, as a result, I haven’t experienced any symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress (flashbacks, nightmares, paranoia, isolation, unbearable guilt, anxiety, fits of rage, emotional pain) since I saw her three years ago. She offers significant military discounts to make counseling affordable, and the investment is priceless. I have finally gotten my life back. Or, as she puts it……”gained a ‘new life’.” I’m so thankful I came across New Life Counseling and found Evelyn. I will never be the same again!” John T., USA (Vietnam Vet)
“I was given a tool and I used it. EFT succeeded where prescription drugs, other forms of therapy, and booze failed. This I swear on my name and my oath. Semper Fi” MSG Kenneth Lee S. (Ret) USMC