You can use our clinical sound therapy for treatment of trauma, and the way it works is to train brain rhythms for focus and relaxation. My name is Peter Meilahn, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who started SoundTherapy.com. I wanted to write this article to explain a simple approach for brain training that helps people in profound ways (and that is based in research). I have taught these methods to staff from The Mayo Clinic, Hazelden, and elsewhere.
Each person, each day usually needs to increase focus or relaxation. This is true with and without trauma, and there is ample research on brain training that shows that when people balance focus and relaxation for their needs that it increases creativity, focus, and calm. This practice is also proven in Veteran Administration hospitals to treat PTSD- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The results are so strong that people’s personal defenses and triggers go down so much that the early researchers were questioned for possible fraudulent results.
I have seen clients use this method, and go from sleeping 4-5 hours a night to 7-8 hours a night within weeks. And, I have seen the same results with the brain training with the sounds on this site. The sounds on this site and the brain training are designed to teach people how to consciously and subconsciously shift brain patterns to heal the nervous system and balance their daily patterns.
I have helped clients for years with live brain feedback to teach them how to do this, using brain monitoring equipment is the way that this type of brain training was done in the Veteran’s Hospitals. It is expensive to do (it is usually called Neurofeedback and neurotherapy). Clients often find it hard to get to the office for the 50 hours of practice needed, or they don’t have someone near them. I made SoundTherapy.com to make this type of brain pattern training available around the world. The sound rhythms on this site train brain rhythms like the live brain feedback, and that is proven in research in the research page.
There are different ways to treat trauma, depending on the severity of the trauma and the individual’s response to it. Some people may need medication to help them cope with the symptoms of trauma, while others may benefit from therapy or other forms of counseling.
A little about SoundTherapy.com:
SoundTherapy.com uses a clinical guide that is uses by practitioners around the world, and our process has been taught to Staff from The Mayo Clinic, Hazelden, Passages- Malibu, The University of Minnesota Medical Center, The Department of Health and Human Services- Minnesota, and Elsewhere. There is a 7 day free trial, the service is less than Netflix for a family, and you can learn more about how it works or sign up to try it at www.SoundTherapy.com.