Tag Archives: Vietnam Veterans

Anger Management for PTSD: Three Steps to Transforming Rage with EFT Coaching- EFT Podcast

Anger Management is a very important skill for returning troops and their families, as well as those who want to help them. In my experience, rage happens when a person had to endure situations that are unforgivable, inexcusable and that violate what he/she believes in. I have yest to see a soldier that is not […]

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Veterans PTSD and EFT – Creating a Supportive Environment

If you are planning on creating retreats or other healing opportunities for veterans, I suggest to make sure that you create a reliable hierarchy, a predictable structure and a time table with no surprises.

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Understanding Emotional Triggers of War Trauma

When helping Veterans, we have to be extremely mindful not to expose them to unintentional triggers. Depending on the trauma that someone has been through, even a change I voice, a picture of a depressed person or certain sounds or smells can trigger flashbacks and intrusive thoughts and cause startling and fear. EFT is an […]

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Do Veterans only suffer from PTSD symptoms?

If we truly want to help veterans heal, we have to find a way to take the charge out of the memories, not just tranquilize the stress symptoms. Skillful and insightful EFT coaching can often do this in a respectful, gentle and effective way.

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EFT PTSD and military families

Could it be that healing PTSD on the soul level means recognizing and acknowledging a soldier without judgment, without condoning or excusing what happened, but with the compassionate, open mind of someone who cares? Teaching EFT to those who are currently carrying such a huge load of healing and responsibility for the well being of […]

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