Dr. Kate Truitt & Associates
A Psychological Corporation
It's time to Live Your Excellence
Introducing CPR for the Amygdala
Dr. Kate Truitt is internationally recognized as an expert on the relationship between fear, information processing, and nervous system regulation. She has spent years developing a proactive program for self-intervention in moments of "Amygdala Hijack." Bringing together a suite of tools that include the Havening Techniques, Psychophysiology, and Cognitive Reframing, CPR for the Amygdala is an innovative and effective way to immediately soothe the Amygdala and reinstate the brain and heart into a state of coherence. Patients are taught CPR for the Amygdala as part of their treatment program at Dr. Kate Truitt & Associates and are immediately empowered to begin their at home healing program.
Dr. Truitt and her team also provide consultation to a wide array of healthcare practitioners who provide whole body care and seek to integrate an awareness of the relationship between the mind and the body into their treatment processes. Contact us to schedule a consultation to learn more about CPR for the Amygdala and how it will enhance your patient's treatment outcomes.
Did you know just as physical wounds heal so too does our brain? With proper treatment and support your brain, your mind, your life, you will recover from the traumatic experiences and be empowered to Live Your Excellence.
Did you know our brain relies on past experiences to make executive decisions in your current life? Traumatic experiences may, unknowingly, be guiding the decisions you make every day.
If you have had an experience that threatened your sense of security and/or safety in your world then you have had a traumatic experience. Luckily, in today's world, post-traumatic stress disorder has finally been acknowledged as a very real and significantly debilitating disorder which has empowered science and practitioners to develop effective treatments. As defined by the National Institute of Mental Health:
"PTSD develops after a terrifying ordeal that involved physical harm or the threat of physical harm. The person who develops PTSD may have been the one who was harmed, the harm may have happened to a loved one, or the person may have witnessed a harmful event that happened to loved ones or strangers."
Note that this definition includes a single ordeal. PTSD is frequently tied to large traumatic life experiences such as wars, kidnapping, mugging, car accidents, child abuse, plane crashes, train wrecks, bombings, or natural disasters such as tornadoes, floods, and hurricanes. What many people are unaware of is trauma comes in all shapes and sizes. For example the following situations are all capable of leading to the development of the debilitating symptoms of trauma:
The effects of living with the impact of having experienced trauma are profuse. Untreated these symptoms can seep into every area of your life leading to disruptions in your personal relationships, emotional outbursts (anger, uncontrollable crying, etc.), a sense of being out of control, feelings of constant and irrational fear (anxiety, panic attacks, hypervigilance), sleep disruption (nightmares, insomnia, etc.), and so much more. Don't let trauma derail your life. If you have experienced traumatic experiences in your life they may be preventing you from living your most fulfilled life. Contact Dr. Truitt and her team todayand discuss what options are available to sponsor Your Best Life and Live Your Excellence.
Did you know our brain uses information connected to traumatic experience differently than information learned in any other situation? In new or uncertain situations, the information learned when a trauma occurred is often the filter through which new experiences are defined. A trauma filter.
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Introducing CPR for the Amygdala