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We’re Honoring National Posttraumatic Awareness Day with 20% Off!

23 Jun

Hello, everyone.

National PTS Awareness Day is on June 27 – in fact, the whole month is dedicated to posttraumatic stress awareness. 

We want to take advantage of the occasion to draw attention to guided imagery as a powerful tool for coping wth PTSD and general PTSD help, by alleviating symptoms and making life way more livable for survivors of trauma.  

Meditation for PTSD – our  Healing Trauma, Panic Attacks, Healthful Sleep, Anger & Forgiveness, Stress Relief, Heartbreak, Depression and Grief has already helped a lot of people (no exaggeration - check out the reviews on Amazon and you’ll see that we’re not blowin’ smoke, people!) 

We’d like to see this wonderful technique help a lot more.  

And because traumatic stress is also closely associated with chronic, functional pain conditions, our imagery for Fibromyalgia, Pain and Irritable Bowel Syndrome have also helped alleviate a lot of trauma-related distress.
    
Each one of us in the office – anyone who picks up the phone or reads email - hears about the profound value of guided imagery for trauma survivors, all the time.
 
Sometimes the guided imagery is enough by itself; sometimes it works really well in conjunction with other treatments and tools, such as psychotherapy, EMDR, Healing Touch, Somatic Experiencing and so on.  This is one highly collaborative treatment tool!
 
And it’s also ridiculously user-friendly, accessible, portable, inexpensive, private and non-stigmatizing. Treatment can be uploaded to a phone and accessed anywhere, as needed.  

So, if I do nothing else, I really want get this uniquely suitable resource to more people who cope with PTSD.  

The need is enormous and resources are limited - a digital audio intervention has the capability of picking up a whole lot of slack. 

So, with the fervent hope that this message will get out and help more folks access this very practical, inexpensive tool, we’re honoring this month by offering 20% off our PTSD-related products – anything you find under this category,  as long as it’s not a Playaway or something already on sale. 
 
Bargain-Hunter Alert: we can’t afford to do this retroactively, people, so, please, don’t even think about it!

Take care, be well, and my very best,

 

p.s.

Actually, a lot of us aren’t exactly crazy about that “D” at the end of the term PTSD, which stands for “disorder”.  It’s been subject to a lot of collegial debate and major objection from many traumatized people, who feel this is simply a syndrome that’s the normal result of abnormal events.  But for better or worse, the official nomenclature is PTSD at the moment and that’s still how most people identify what I’m talking about. So forgive me for using it here. I don’t like it either.

Belleruth Naparstek

Psychotherapist, author and guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek is the creator of the popular Health Journeys guided imagery audio series. Her latest book on imagery and posttraumatic stress, Invisible Heroes: Survivors of Trauma and How They Heal (Bantam Dell), won the Spirituality & Health Top 50 Books Award