Leckey Harrison in Invisible Illnesses: Traumatology, well being, Healthcare Volunteer • American Red Cross Sep 26, 2016 · 1 min read · +400

Stressed out?

Stressed out?From one our recent clients:

"TRE is changing my life... now I can live through rain and wind storms and regain my calm... And I am releasing all kinds of trauma without being agitated in any way... letting my body do the work.

Leckey Harrison and Petra Martin are amazing facilitators. I invited them into a recent writing class to help release the trauma in the stories without retraumatizing the writers. People were impacted gently and so grateful. And they dove into some spectacular writing.

If you can get to Whidbey...this is a great opportunity to learn a life skill. If you are far away, they do great work via Zoom, Hangouts, or Skype, or host an event where you are--so get in touch with them."

Yes, who doesn't like a testimonial. What I want you to know is that it is possible to release stress and trauma, not just relieve the symptoms, and do so without re-experiencing it. We just finished a workshop this last weekend, and the most common word used in reference to their healing was "profound." People who have done a LOT in terms of self-care, and yet they could say TRE was more profound. 

It isn't us. Yes, we're good at what we do. However, the magic is in your own body. It's the mechanism already inside you. All we do is teach people how to use it effectively. 

Leckey Harrison Sep 29, 2016 · #4

#3 There is another option, and I'll message that to you, @Lisa Gallagher.

Lisa Gallagher Sep 29, 2016 · #3

Still very inspired when I read about TRE and your workshops @Leckey Harrison. I wish we had access to TRE near me. Maybe one day I will make it out there!!

Leckey Harrison Sep 26, 2016 · #2

#1 We certainly have. One of the studies we reference found that 76% of doctors don't feel confident addressing stress. Given that some doctors have limitations per patient time wise, if we add the "not confident" factor and the realization that talking about stress (defying the natural brain default path in stress) doesn't happen in 6 to 10 minutes, it's no wonder that unnecessary medications and surgeries are prescribed for the wrong reasons. It is slowly changing....

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Deb Helfrich Sep 26, 2016 · #1

"the magic is in your own body." I believe this whole-heartedly. Of course we come equipped with a way to deal with the after-effects when we survive something traumatic. But we've moved far away from understanding the wisdom of our body ...

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