Nearly anyone who has ever been in a marriage or love-based relationship for any period of time gets some sort of ‘damage’ from it. It may be in the form of physical and or sexual abuse but nearly always has an element of emotional abuse.
This is equally applicable to the relationships we grew up in as children, our family environments, school or adolescence.
Then as we mature we may find relationship damage forms from close friends, partners, work colleagues and those in our inner social circles.
TRTP™ is extremely effective at resolving these issues for both men and women. Not only are the triggers of the past resolved in generally 3 sessions, but the client also becomes at peace with her/himself. The love for one’s self is restored which can then enable the person to love others on a level that he/she hadn’t been able to before.
Here are some common areas from relationship damage that can be resolved with Head Talk & TRTP:
SELF WORTH: You are worth more and deserve more so stop letting others put you down so they can feel better about themselves.
SELF POWER: No longer putting up with other people telling you how and when to lead your life.
SELF LOVE: Learn to properly love yourself again. This is perhaps the single biggest gift you can give to yourself. If you can’t love yourself then how can you properly love others.
We all get it to some degree. Some more than others but you don’t have to carry it around with you any longer. Time to let it go. Lets turn off those triggers that are causing it in the beginning.
From perpetrator induced trauma including emotional, physical & sexual as well as non-perpetrator induced trauma such as accidents, deaths, bushfires, floods etc
Get clarity and direction in your future. Get rid of the triggers that are causing all this brain fog.
Head Talk offers the ideal opportunity for you to discuss your feelings in a safe, calm, and non judgemental space.
TRTP does not work as a conventional couple’s treatment. This means you cannot come as a couple at the same time however I can work with both individuals separately.