I’ve left the UN and I am now “open for business!” It’s been so very exciting and busy that I forgot to “turn around” the sign on my front door (this blog). In February, I will complete my certification training for teaching TRE™ trauma and tension release exercises, which help people release stress and tension You can learn more about TRE™ here.
Tension and trauma releasing exercises are a form of stretching that helps release stress and tension from the body naturally. They evoke a muscular shaking (process) response that releases traumatic stress, physical tension and emotional trauma. Always under the individual’s control, these neurogenic muscle tremors originate deep in the body core in the psoas muscles and “reset” the fight-or-flight response, inducing a sense of relaxation and well being.
TRE™ is being used by thousands of people around the world as an effective tool to release traumatic stress and physical tension and to heal emotional trauma. It is also a popular way to release the ordinary stress that arises from every day life.
If you work in the field of international criminal law, you will be exposed to the suffering and pain of the survivors who bear witness to unimaginable atrocities committed during armed conflicts. As we work with these trauma survivors, our own coping strategies are taxed and we can experience stress. Left unchecked, mounting stress can lead to burnout and vicarious traumatization. Thankfully, there is a simple way to restore ourselves, maintain our resilience, and release accumulated stress or tension.
I am now accepting new clients in administrative, disciplinary and criminal matters before international tribunals, and consulting on career development, performance management, secondary trauma recovery and resilience.
That’s a rather long way of saying, how can I help you?
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free introductory consultation.
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