For a better self

About Me

I have been helping people for many years in the field of behaviour.

This training appealed to me because it is an incredible gift and a way to reduce the emotional feelings of overwhelm.

I found this through another facilitator and when I experienced how I was able to get relief and feel better I knew this is what I wanted to share with others.

Get comfy and let me guide you within this gentle and unique person-centered approach to quickly and permanently relieve you of the unwanted effects of your negative experiences.

You get to learn self-discovery as you resolve unwanted feelings, emotions, sensations, attitudes, and pains.

TIR gives you new insights and peace.

Sessions vary in length, depending on how you feel during your session.

What is Traumatic Incident Reduction?

Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) is a therapeutic technique used to help individuals process and resolve traumatic experiences. It aims to reduce the distress associated with traumatic memories and promote emotional healing. TIR facilitation refers to the process of guiding and supporting individuals through TIR sessions.

Here are some key points about TIR facilitation:

Objective: TIR facilitation is focused on providing a safe and supportive environment for individuals to revisit and explore traumatic incidents at their own pace. The facilitator's role is to assist the individual in working through the emotions, sensations, and thoughts associated with the traumatic event.

Non-directive approach: TIR facilitators typically adopt a non-directive approach, allowing the individual to lead the session and determine the content and pace of their exploration. The facilitator's role is to actively listen, provide empathy, and ask open-ended questions to encourage the individual's self-discovery and understanding.

Desensitization and reprocessing: TIR facilitation utilizes a process called desensitization, which involves repeated retelling of the traumatic incident in a controlled and safe environment. Through this repetition, the emotional charge associated with the memory gradually diminishes, allowing for reprocessing and resolution.

Emotional completion: The ultimate goal of TIR facilitation is to facilitate emotional completion regarding the traumatic incident. This means helping the individual reach a point where the traumatic memory no longer triggers intense emotional distress or interferes significantly with their daily life.

Trauma-focused approach: TIR facilitation is specifically designed to address traumatic experiences. It acknowledges the impact of trauma on an individual's thoughts, emotions, and behaviors and seeks to provide a pathway for healing and recovery.

Training and qualifications: TIR facilitators typically undergo specialized training to develop the necessary skills and knowledge to support individuals through the TIR process. They may come from various professional backgrounds, including psychology, counseling, or social work.

It's important to note that while TIR facilitation can be beneficial for many individuals, it may not be suitable for everyone. People with severe trauma or certain mental health conditions may require additional therapeutic interventions or a different approach. If you are considering TIR facilitation, it's advisable to consult with a qualified mental health professional who can assess your specific needs and determine the most appropriate course of treatment.

How does it work?

We set up a time and I will send you the confidentiality form.

Each session is confidential and we never discuss anything personal about you or what was heard during your session.

Sessions are held via a secure Virtual site.

You should be in a comfortable setting with no distractions, comfy clothes, chair etc. drink, kleenex and anything else you may need to feel comfortable like perhaps a blanket.

We start by me explaining how the session process works and then start from there with exploration and can start the session immediately afterward.

Reach out to me to get started, I am here to help you.

Mobile: 226-348-3948


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