PTSD, ADHD, Brain-Based Therapies, Training & Consulting
Specialized Help for First Responders: Neuroscience-Based Relief. Tackle reactivity, flashbacks, anger, and more to find relief from emotional turmoil. Complex traumas due to line of work, personal and interpersonal accumulation of challenges shift one's circadian rhythms, affect sleep, and complicate relationships. Reduce hypervigilance, disentangle injustice, and anhedonia. Shift away from the fluctuations between overwhelming emotions and feeling 'wired and tired.' Address Complex Traumas: Your line of work exposes you to unique challenges that accumulate both personally and interpersonally. This accumulation can disrupt circadian rhythms, impact sleep, and complicate relationships. Our specialized assistance is crafted to help you navigate and overcome these challenges. Restore Balance: Reduce hypervigilance, disentangle feelings of injustice, and combat anhedonia. We offer tools and strategies to shift away from the fluctuations between overwhelming emotions and the sensation of being 'wired and tired.'
Elevate self-awareness, nurture a profound mind-body connection, and ignite personal growth. Break free from the chains of overthinking, liberate yourself from negative self-talk, and dissolve the impact of toxic stress. Release emotional charge from flashbacks, cultivate enriched, meaningful relationships. Experience the power of neurocounseling to rejuvenate your mind and body not only to reduce oxidative stress but also enhance mental clarity. Neurocounseling has demonstrated effectiveness in alleviating chronic pain conditions by influencing the perception and processing of pain signals, while promoting better sleep quality. Engage in mind-body therapies to fortify your immune system, creating a resilient and self-discovered path toward holistic well-being.
Discover new tools for healing from trauma, loss/bereavement and life changes. Experience new ways to process emotional pain, honor yourself and loved ones, disentangle and reshape the inner narrative. Develop debriefing skills to ease physical sensations and shift core beliefs, all while positively affecting your neurobiology. Whether you're transitioning to civilian life or facing a life-altering event, I'm here to support you."
"Feeling 'stuck' with your current systems? Discover the 'why and how' holding you back, unraveling the complexities of personality types and behaviors within your team. Foster intrinsic motivation, comprehend people's needs and obstacles, and elevate your value in your workplace and network. Acquire advanced applied neuroscience skills to unlock subconscious mechanisms, master leadership with a trauma-sensitive approach, and boost resilience through proven brain integration techniques. Elevate your self-awareness, and navigate business in a transformative manner."
Become a Certified Coach Trainer and unlock the transformative power of Multiple Brain Integration Technique (mBIT). With mBIT, you'll master a suite of tools and techniques to communicate with, integrate, and harness the potential of your three brains - head, heart, and gut. Our research has revealed that each brain possesses a 'highest expression' competency: Compassion (heart), Creativity (head), and Courage (gut). When these brains collaborate harmoniously, they unleash synergistic wisdom that elevates decision-making, relationships, and life. Whether you're pursuing personal development or seeking to empower others as a coach, counselor, consultant, or leader, mBIT holds the key to achieving remarkable results. With an mBIT certification, you'll gain even more- access to a vibrant global social media community, receive local engagement, networking and support. For Further Details: NeuroTransformationalGroup.com
HeartMath Coaching empowers you to align your physical, mental, and emotional well-being with precision. Discover the transformative potential of HeartMath breathing techniques using the Inner Balance™ Trainer. This user-friendly technology equips you with the tools to effectively combat stress, rekindle your energy, and restore mental and emotional equilibrium and resilience. By displaying your heart rhythm through Heart Rate Variability (HRV), you gain insights into how your emotional states influence your nervous system and overall well-being. HRV serves as a unique portal into the profound connection between the heart and brain, directly influencing your feelings and performance. Experience the reduction of anxiety, fear, worry, and trauma through HeartMath techniques.
Experience ultimate relaxation with our Advanced 4D Technology massage chair featuring Intelligent Mechanical Hands, SL Track, Bluetooth Surround Sound, Deep Zero Gravity, Voice Control AI 'Michelle', Touch Screen, Full Body Airbags, and Health Monitoring with Heart Rate Variability and Blood Pressure Check. Enjoy Chinese Acupoint massage, Thai stretch, and more customizable settings. The chair's body scan, bi-lateral stimulation, and heating system promote circulation, lymphatic system health, muscle relief, stress reduction, immunity, and better sleep quality.
Relax. Reboot. Revitalize.
Software Targeting your Heart Rate Variability (Sleep, Anxiety, PTSD, Health & Wellness) BrainTap’s neuro-algorithm produces brainwave training — the synchronization of brainwaves to a specialized sound — with no user effort. Using this matrix of neuro-activity, each of BrainTap’s sessions is encoded differently to ensure maximum neuroplasticity — the brain’s ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections, resulting in a flexible and resilient brain.
Measure HRV, sympathetic and parasympathetic response, psycho-emotional state, and adaptation receptivity. Diagnostic Device used for measuring heart rate variability. This technology checks for a variety of neurological responses such as, sympathetic and parasympathetic response, psycho-emotional state, and adaptation receptivity.
Heart & Mind Coherence
The Inner Balance™ Trainer teaches techniques to manage stress, revitalize energy, and restore mental and emotional balance and resilience. Heart Rate Variability (HRV), which indicates how emotional states affect your nervous system and how you feel.
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Equipment
EMDR is an extensively researched integrative psychotherapy proven "gold standard" for trauma treatment. EMDR utilizes eye movements, bi-lateral sound or pulsations to stimulate both hemispheres of the brain. Traumatic memories are stored in parts of the brain where they can’t be processed then images, sounds and emotions related to the memory become “frozen in time.” EMDR “unfreezes” these memories, as this occurs, the memory loses its emotional charge and becomes less distressing.
Wearable Touch Therapy for Stress Relief
Apollo Neuro is scientifically sound, wearable touch therapy that you wear on your ankle or wrist. Apollo's silent, soothing vibrations speak to your nervous system, telling you that you’re safe and in control. Developed by neuroscientists and physicians, it’s a non-invasive, effective stress relief tool for adults and children, without drugs or side effects.
Reduce Stress & Improve Focus
Learn how to control your mindset with guided meditations, simple neuro games and content from experts to help you discover new tricks and techniques for calming your mind. Build a daily routine to practice your skills. Staying calm, even when life gets chaotic, can help you be more productive and feel less burnout. FocusCalm's focus games engage your brain as you try to keep your stress low.
NeurOptimal & BrainAvitar
Allostatic load is a concept in stress physiology that encompasses the cumulative impact of chronic or repeated stress on the body as it adapts to life's challenges. This concept underscores the intricate connection between mental health and physical well-being, demonstrating that while acute stress is an adaptive response, chronic stress can lead to the overexposure of stress hormones, resulting in various physiological changes that affect overall health. Coined by neuroscientist Bruce McEwen, allostatic load represents the physiological consequences of the body's efforts to adapt to stressors. Its impact varies among individuals due to factors such as personality traits, life experiences, enculturation, and neurobiology. For instance, personalities with higher neuroticism or anxiety sensitivity may be more vulnerable to stress-related health issues. Traumatic events, adverse childhood experiences, cultural factors, and an individual's genetic and epigenetic makeup can all shape their unique allostatic load.
Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) is a multidisciplinary framework developed by Dr. Dan Siegel that integrates various fields such as neuroscience, psychology, and biology to understand how human relationships shape the brain and, consequently, our mental and emotional well-being. IPNB emphasizes the interplay between brain development, relationships, and the mind, highlighting the importance of social connections for holistic health. Key Principles of Interpersonal Neurobiology are Integration: The brain's capacity to develop and function optimally relies on the integration of different neural circuits and mental processes
Polyvagal Theory, developed by Dr. Stephen Porges, provides insights into the autonomic nervous system's response to stress and trauma. It has valuable applications in coaching and counseling, particularly in understanding the physiological responses of fight, flight, and freeze, as well as ways to improve interoception, exteroception, proprioception, and nociception. Fostering authentic relationships begins with how coaches and counselors can leverage Polyvagal insights to cultivate meaningful connections and trust. Discussing how Polyvagal Theory informs anxiety from a biological and helpful lens, without judgment. Exploring how Polyvagal Theory can enhance coaching outcomes by promoting sustainable and lasting behavior change by helping clients manage stress and promoting relaxation responses, and enhancing clients' emotional resilience.
Anger is influenced by various factors, including enculturation, personality, temperament, attention and learning styles, parental impact, interpersonal relationships, historical and systemic events, war, and religious upbringing. Let's explore how each of these factors can play a role in shaping an individual's experience and expression of anger:
Anger is considered a secondary emotion, which means it often masks or covers up other underlying emotions. When people experience certain primary emotions or vulnerabilities, they may respond with anger as a defense mechanism to protect themselves from feeling more vulnerable or exposed. Some of the primary emotions that can be hidden underneath anger include
Celebrating freedom in the USA on the Fourth of July is a significant and patriotic occasion. It commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, it represents the birth of the United States as an independent nation and the principles upon which it was founded. The Fourth of July can hold different meanings for different groups of people, such as veterans, first responders, firefighters and civilians. Navigating these varied perspectives can involve showing respect, understanding, and empathy toward one another. The meaning behind this celebration revolves around the core values of freedom, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for many who have served. It symbolizes the rights and freedoms that American citizens enjoy, such as freedom of speech, religion, and assembly.
Supporting someone with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) requires empathy, understanding, and patience. PTSD can significantly impact a person's life, causing distressing symptoms and affecting their relationships, work, and overall well-being. Here are some strategies to help someone with PTSD to reduce reactivity, hypervigilance, and other symptom reduction suggestions
Enmeshment typically occurs when family members have overly diffuse boundaries and a lack of individual autonomy. Enmeshment often manifests as a high degree of emotional fusion, where individual identities become entangled and the needs and emotions of one family member are excessively enmeshed with those of Enmeshment refers to a dysfunctional pattern of relating within a family or close relationships, where boundaries between individuals become blurred or nonexistent. Enmeshed families tend to have limited privacy, autonomy, and personal boundaries, leading to a blurring of roles, emotions, and decision-making processes. Additionally, unhealthy attachment styles can develop and should be considered.