Trauma Buster Technique® (TBT®) is a powerful process for interrupting negative neurological patterns of thinking and therefore bringing about internal change. This amazing technique was created by Rehana Webster, the Developer and Founder of TBT® and was developed to help everyone eliminate recurring negative emotions held in the body from negative energy. Consisting of a combination of Meridian Tapping & Neuro-Linguistic Programming® (NLP®), TBT® is used to radically reduce and/or eliminate symptoms of stress and is effective on recent, long standing, complex or simple traumas.
TBT® is an extremely useful technique for helping people change negative and unwanted beliefs. These beliefs could have been installed during early childhood upbringing. We can struggle with these obsolete beliefs related to self-esteem, worth and capabilities for a life time or we can use TBT® to change our perspectives and turn around our lives. TBT® can be used for any events that cause people to feel anxious, stressed or depressed. The traumas do not have to be extreme to get the relief people desire.
While we cannot change the actual experience of something that has happened in the past, we can change how the experience is structured in our brain and therefore how the memory when recalled is experienced. This applies to recent or historical traumas either personally experienced or witnessed, from loss of or volatile relationships; tragic events; and trauma that brings on such symptoms as PTSD.
The Trauma Buster Technique® (TBT®) follows the Mind-Body Healing Model. It was designed to eliminate symptoms of stress specifically for Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress (PTS). Tapping therapies are a synthesis between Western Psychology and acupuncture meridian stimulation. Research has shown that tapping literally changes brain chemistry by stimulating the flow of endorphins which result in mood and behaviour shifts.
Excellent results have been obtained using TBT® for many diverse and difficult traumas. People have found TBT® to be an extremely useful tool to use on their own as well.
Faster EFT is a powerful stress release technique, fast, simple and holistic. Developed by Robert G. Smith, it combines a few basic traditional EFT techniques with NLP (Nuero- Linguistic Programming) techniques.
These techniques use the minds’s ability to transform itself. Faster EFT allows change to happen in a fast, easy and effortless way. No drugs, no talk therapy, just a simple, effective way to change the unconscious programming that is causing the stress or issue.
Faster EFT is based on the belief; “There are no broken people”. In order to have a problem, one must be doing something correctly to produce whatever it is that is the issue. If you suffer from anxiety, you are not doing anything wrong. You are successfully recreating the anxious patterns over and over.
The cause of all our problems are based on our perceptions and emotions. Those emotions and perceptions are filed and the mind uses them as references. If they are no longer effective we simply need to take them offline… allowing our mind to work more effectively.
Using FasterEFT the negative emotional supports that hold a problem in place are deconstructed, released and the more positive emotional supports are build in the same manner allowing the person to move forward in their life
Emotionally Focused Transformation identifies memories as the trance state of stress. The tapping breaks the physical response to that stress by tapping on acupressure or meridian points. The tapping stops the stress signal and allows the body to give positive feedback to the mind. The client returns to a calmer more relaxed state. It is safe, easy and user friendly. A technique that empowers the client to be able to tap on themselves anywhere at any time and permanent change is achieved as memories are flipped, creating a positive imprint of an outcome. The self-perception of the person changes as they lose their negative perception of self.
This powerful tool is easily learned, anyone can take it and use it to support themselves any time they feel stressed.