I recently had the honor of treating a former Army Ranger with an extreme case of Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD), as a free service. He had as severe a horror story of war as any I’ve ever heard of.
At the end of that single session, he felt completely relieved of his burden and his condition. He noticed that for the first time in over 20 years, he could breathe easily and normally, and that his chest didn’t feel tight anymore, and was almost shocked that he actually felt relaxed, and he excused himself to go call his mother and his siblings to tell them that he was finally, actually OK again.
I always knew that, given the opportunity, I had the knowledge and skills to relieve a soldier of PTSD, and it is very, very gratifying to have been part of this with him. It is not uncommon for other practitioners to pay me to teach them what I do. Now I only wish and hope that I can find the opportunity to train and mentor many others in my approach and techniques specifically for this purpose of providing relief for soldiers with PTSD.
There are so many who are in need, untreated or not fully successfully treated, and so deserving of help for the sacrifices they have made. I just want to make it known that I am here, available and willing to share what I have come to know and do, and to train others to be effective in helping soldiers suffering from PTSD.