The individual came with very high assessment (both intensity and frequency) of adverse childhood experiences (ACE score) or childhood trauma. There were obvious outcomes in the area of emotional health, such as poor well-being, high level of depression and anxiety, poor sleep quality, as shown in the visual below under "before". Post the initial consultation, Riri G Trivedi suggested that Meenakshi Nair would work with the individual. The assessment also included trauma related outcomes (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD), anger, the need to take revenge, hatred, trust issues, relationship issues, migraine and so on. About 6 months and about 12
Testimonial – From depression and anxiety (with medications) to better quality of life (no medications) !
The following captures the journey of one of the individuals in his/her words. It brings to life the work we do and keeps us going! Our perspective: Individuals take multiple possible paths to wellbeing when they work with us. This individual chose to start with the self-help workshop (Module 1 - The Journey Within) and pursued the self-regulation evidence-based techniques such as the SEE Protocol for Self-Hypnosis, Emotional Freedom Technique and continued further through Module 2. The focus during module 1 was not just learning these methods but on the relentless application for his/her own wellbeing! To be fair, he/she
Health consequences of anger issues and the need for psychotherapy Compared to sadness, anger increases the risk for chronic disease in adults and this is validated by research. Anger contributes to chronic inflammation and while the inflammation helps in the short term, the long term low-grade inflammation increases the risk for chronic disease with ageing . Insights on how anger impacts the mind and the body: "Anger also causes the release of the stress hormone, cortisol. The release of this hormone gives the body bursts of energy. However, too much of this hormone can cause a multitude of
Phobia of Dogs - case study of workshop participant One of the core elements of our Module 4 (Integrated Regression Therapy & Life Coaching Training Certification) is Fast Phobia Cure technique and the methodology of Memory Reconsolidation to address traumatic memories followed by future pacing and guided imagery. We are happy to share the outcome from one of the participants, Anagha Nagpal on phobia of dogs. She worked on an individual who had "Severe" phobia of dogs as per DSM V Severity measure for Specific phobia. After several weeks and a couple of follow-up sessions, the client's phobia reduced to
Apr 2021 DD Girnar featuring Gunjan Y Trivedi as one of the participants. You can listen to the video and understand the difference between "fear" and "courage". He talks about how simple humming (Bhramari) can be done to improve cardiovascular and respiratory functions. Moreover, he shares the research about the ability to enhance nitric oxide levels through simple humming (that is not possible in slow breathing/pranayama without the sound). Background research supporting his comments is available via this link. कोरोना की अभय संजीवनी | આપણાં મુદ્દા આપણી વાત | Aapna Mudda Aapni Vaat | 20-04-2021 डीडी गिरनार पर आज