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Can you help the kids in need and their care givers?

Posted by LP User on Thursday, November 14, 2019,
https://www.gofundme.com/f/trer-training-for-carers-of-children-in-need

This campaign comes at a time of deep stress in SA.

We are wanting to address this.

Training up housemothers of safe houses, who are desperately stretched will not only offer them the release through TRE self practice but also the tool to teach the kids. This is sustainability.

PLEASE DONATE to our cause.

THANK YOU. 
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Sharing the 12 steps with you

Posted by LP User on Monday, July 29, 2019,
I was reminded today of some Substance Abuse training I did at the Priory hospitals in the UK.

This is a short summary of the value of the 12 steps in any Addiction Treatment Program- this can be whilst in a centre or if you're working this program with a counsellor in an outpatient manner.

Step 1 reality orientation- Admitting powerless over one's compulsive use (of substances/ behaviours) can bring a person out of denial and into reality. 
Step 2 and 3: Implementing changes. Coming to believe ...
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detox safely

Posted by LP User on Thursday, October 25, 2018, In : addiction treatment 
https://www.accsa.co.za/single-post/2018/10/14/Kindling-And-Why-it%E2%80%99s-Dangerous

A strong reminder that detoxing safely from alcohol is essential. Make sure you have medical care.
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Dr Eric Robins, MD speaks about self regulation in TRE and his own journey.

Posted by LP User on Friday, November 28, 2014, In : TRE 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lylxtWoxf8o

This is a very good video clip about the importance of self regulating, "going slowly" in TRE.
He talks about if you've been frozen/ dissociated, through TRE, you may move into a fight/ flight state which will unfreeze your muscles and sometimes free emotions. It is very important to be careful to not get overwhelmed because this may just freeze you up again.
So the motto is always go slow. E.g only do some exercises; only tremor for 1- 5- 10 min; only ...
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The importance of staying up to date with trauma therapy:

Posted by LP User on Sunday, June 9, 2013, In : trauma therapy 
http://www.nicabm.com/trauma2013/trauma2013-post/

Find out more on these webinars... some of the top trauma professionals share their skills

Francine Shapiro, Bessel VD Kolk , Steven Porges, Pat Ogden, David Bercelli, Robert Scaer
Diane Fosha and more.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Plj9goA1CVQ&feature=youtu.be
Ron Siegels summarises these:
Safety, attachment- therapeutic relationship,the body is the road to trauma treatment, mindfulness
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