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 Ronald W. Tallman, M.Th. ,   Director


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Relief from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

The general public first became aware of Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)after a number of Viet Nam War Veterans began acting out when they returned to civilian life.  They were reliving the traumatic experiences of war so vividly that they mistook people around them in peace time as enemies and tried to kill them. Since that time we have discovered that a variety of other issues in returning veterans can also be caused by PTSD.

Whenever a child, adolescent or adult experiences a traumatic event in their lives,  PTSD in some form can result  The emotional pain of the original trauma may suddenly recur years after the actual experience. Other symptoms of PTSD may include: depression, anger, taking excessive risks, sexual compulsions, alcohol dependence, drug dependence, failure to succeed in work, or an  inability to establish healthy long term relationships.

Recently discovered methods of treatment can bring substantial relief from PTSD in all of its forms.

Neuro Linguistic Programming is a science dedicated to understanding the conscious and unconscious programming we all have.  Once we are understand how a person has been programmed, then we can help them to change that programming so they  respond differently. 

Emotional Freedom Techniques are used to reduce the pain caused by past events.  It is especially useful in quickly reducing the pain from childhood and adult abuse. 

We have had success in reducing the pain of PTSD, enabling our clients to be more at peace with themselves and find success in relationships, family life and their work.

Feel free to call us at 303-369-8877 to discuss your concerns. There is no charge for a fifteen minute initial evaluation discussion on the phone.




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