Recently, Riri and Gunjan participated in the Annual Convention of Earth Association of Regression Therapy in Romania. The theme of the convention was “Bridging Spirituality and Science in Regression Therapy” and Wellness Space was well represented by both Riri and Gunjan Trivedi through a talk as well as a workshop. The EARTh-AC22-Booklet covers details of not just the presentations we made but the entire program and other presentation details as well.

Annual Convention of Regression Therapists

A. Talk: Insights from our research on Adverse Childhood Experiences, Trauma and mental health (by Riri G Trivedi and Gunjan Y Trivedi)

Several mental and emotional health conditions ranging from poor wellbeing, high anxiety and depression, poor sleep quality, irrational fear/phobia and Post-Traumatic Stress-Disorder (PTSD) are linked via  dose-response relationship with several adverse childhood experiences (ACE) (the negative impact increases when the ACE exposure increases). This presentation aims to provide the framework covering the data of >500 self-assessments and >200 interviews with individuals. It covers the correlation between ACE exposure, and several mental health parameters (i.e. anxiety and depression, wellbeing and sleep quality), highlights the outcome after regression therapy intervention by demographics and ACE exposure. Finally, the linkage between PTSD, ACE and mental health parameters is also captured, highlighting the actionable implications for regression therapy work.

B. Workshop by Gunjan & Riri Trivedi: Incorporating ACE and psychological health parameters’ framework to increase the effectiveness of Regression Therapy (By Gunjan Y Trivedi and Riri G Trivedi)


To review the evidence between ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences), mental health parameters (psychological well being, anxiety & depression, sleep quality) and learn how to increase the effectiveness of Regression Therapy by leveraging the tools and processes of ACE and mental health parameters into daily Regression Therapy framework

Brief summary:

There is overwhelming evidence linking Adverse Childhood Experiences with poor quality of life and poor health outcomes.  For Regression Therapists, integrating this framework into daily practice can significantly help in improving the effectiveness.  Better outcomes help in increasing word-of-mouth referrals as well as equity of the Regression Therapists.  

The workshop integrates insights from several hundred data points and available global research to provide practical and actionable insights for the participants.  Specifics include (a) review of the evidence, including facilitators’ own data (b) Study and application of tools – ACE, WHO-5, GAD-7, MDI, ISI for mental health assessment, etc. (c) Discussion of several case studies (to apply the framework of Release Reframe Methodology) and (d) Presentation of the case study (by participants and facilitators).

Key methodologies

  • To review evidence identifying primary contributors of health issues (poor mental and physical health, poor quality of life).
  • To understand the framework of trauma identification and assessment through Adverse Childhood Experiences & mental health assessment (psychological well-being, anxiety and depression, poor sleep quality)
  • To learn how to use ACE and mental health assessment framework to identify primary contributors of mental health issues (poor wellbeing, high anxiety and depression, poor sleep quality)
  • To review our own experience (>500 assessments and >200 interventions’ data with this framework for application into daily work

Desired outcome:

  • The therapist is able to understand and probe evidence related to ACE and mental health
  • The therapist is able to prioritize the interventions by integrating the outcomes of the assessment into daily work

Earth Trainer Acknowledgements