How can you tell if you are just stressed out from your current circumstances or if there is a more systemic issue resulting from past unresolved traumatic events?

What if these conditions were easier to resolve than you ever imagined, even if you feel like you have tried every traditional and alternative therapy and made lifestyle changes like practicing prayer, meditation and yoga?

Peter Levine, PhD, has cracked the code. His books have been translated into 22 languages and he recently received a Life Time Achievement Award from The United States Association for Body Psychotherapy for his groundbreaking work, Somatic Experiencing.

Brian Mahan, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, would love to share his personal experiences and his insights with you!

Are you on an emotional roller coaster battling between rage and hopelessness?

You don’t need to live like this anymore.

Does your life seem to move in fits and starts like you have one foot on the gas and the other one on the brakes?

I know just how you feel. I’ve been there.

Would you like to feel greater self-esteem and rid yourself of negative cyclical thinking?

You are NOT alone. There IS hope.

How different would your life be if you no longer had social anxiety or felt disconnected from your friends, family, community and yourself?

Several years ago I was involved in a catastrophic car wreck. I was hit by one of two cars that were racing on the 10 freeway in Los Angeles. And, although I walked away from the accident, I began to have several FULL-BLOWN panic attacks a day (I didn’t even know they were panic attacks; I just thought I was going crazy).

Luckily, I found my way to a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and my panic attacks stopped entirely after my THIRD session and I haven’t had one in 9 years! And, now, I consider that car wreck to be one of the best things that ever happened to me. It’s my passion to share my story, experience, and know-how with others, like you, who may simply have been trying to heal with the wrong approaches.

Panic attacks due to Trauma is not a mental problem nor is it a psychological disorder. It’s a physiological condition and, thereby, needs to be resolved on a physiological level.

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