Trauma release counseling is a specialised counseling

Hopefully funding will be put into researching trauma release

   to produce a body of knowledge for

  Post Graduate Degrees in trauma release therapies



Likewise  sexual assault  counseling is a speciality.

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I am in the process of writing up various trauma release techniques

  that I have found helpful.

These include:  

  • tapping   or  EFT

  • EDMR

  •         "The Revolutionary trauma Release Process""    David Berceli

  •       I often shake my hands or feet to release trauma

  •            during physiotherapy or remedial massage.

  • remedial massage  etc.

  • music therapy

Having done many Google searches and learnt from other survivors

     I now need to go back and  through my hundreds of bookmarks

      and install the links.

Peter Levine is one author

       He wrote many books  including

Walking the Tiger

Healing Trauma

   At one point I had  pain in my pelvic floor  when bending down

I knew it was trauma from csa

   I got physiotherapy and began my now three year journey 

and have experienced much release

One helpful book is

""Ä headache in the pelvis""   David Wise


another book I found helpful  is

  • "The Revolutionary trauma Release Process" by     David Bercell

          I often shake my hands or feet to release trauma

           during physiotherapy or remedial massage.

          my search listed several book sellers


   we need non cognative trauma release therapies to release trauma from our bodies

which in turn I suggest facilitates cognative counselling  beyond narrative therapy.

   possably reducing the vicarious traumatising of sexual assault counsellors

    to hopefully enabling us as survivors to progress beyond phase one

    safety and stabolisation.   as important as they are

      I'd like to progress beyond stage one  to phase two and three

       and walk along my path to recovery

          without being limited to narrative therapy as occurred with my last counselor.

           see  Phases of Trauma Recovery

                once again I see Prayer and Meditation as alternatives  my own choice being prayer

                the article goes into a Meditation stage
                          I am comfortable with stages 1 to 3

   It is refreshing to read a model of recovery with three phases going beyond telling our story