Somatic Experiencing Practitioner specializing in the physiology of stress and in renegotiating shock and developmental trauma
I've heard so many new clients say that they had lost all hope because they felt like they had already tried everything and nothing seemed to work for them. What's even worse is that traditional Western allopathic medicine left a bad taste in their mouth when they were told that anxiety, panic and PTSD were incurable and that they would simply have to suck it up and learn to accept their fate. Well, if you think that smells fishy, then you are right. Listen, I used to suffer from 8-10 full-blown panic attacks every day. Yet, I haven't had a singIe one in nearly 10 years. And I have been blessed to be able to share a proven road map and a decade of clinical experience with hundreds of trauma survivors. Look, what if you are not battling with a psychological disorder, but a physiological condition? Once you can make that mental shift, then you, too, can discover how to easily reclaim your life - and your sanity. Imagine feeling safe, joyful and excited about the future for the first time in ages and, once again, in control of your life! Do you want to reconnect with how it feels to be grounded, centered, embodied AND empowered? You are NOT alone. There IS hope. I want to HELP. - Brian D Mahan, SEP
According to a new study, veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. The researchers noted that this could be because their blood vessels don’t expand normally post-PTSD. The study also showed that the risk factors normally associated with blood vessel problems – high blood pressure, diabetes,.. read more →
Like other similar tragedies, the string of terrorist attacks in Brussels on March 22 not only claimed lives and caused injuries, but also provoked traumatic stress for those who learned about them from media reports. Joan Cook, a psychologist and associate professor at Yale University, wrote an article about how terrorist attacks could harm people’s emotional health.. read more →
My PTSD manifests in many ways. One significant way is with an over active amygdala. My “Monkey Mind” is in a constant state of fight or flight. In an effort to find the state of calmness and healing I felt I so desperately needed, I opted to try meditation. Every day, I would sit in.. read more →
Chronic stress can affect the size of your brain, its structure and how it functions – right down to the level of your genes. Stress-related illnesses, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, trigger changes in brain structure, including differences in the volume of gray matter versus white matter, as well as the size and connectivity of.. read more →
Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is classified by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders, or DSM-V, 5th edition within many clusters of symptoms, i.e. persistent avoidance of situations/persons, intruding memory of event, as well as exposure or presence to a traumatizing event, within three months of the trauma. Military veterans are the.. read more →
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Brian's presence immediately sets me at ease. In
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Brian has the gift of making the complicated
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new insights and awareness, on patterns that can potentially last a
Brian and the SE method have transformed my life.
I've gone from being house bound and suffering from Fibromyalgia to a
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and take you light years beyond normal psychotherapy ever could.
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