The Trauma of PTSD: A Practical Look at How EFT Can Restore Hope and Health
Individuals who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, live in a constant state of perceiving threat or being on guard against potential threat as a result of a dysregulated nervous system. The symptoms associated with PTSD affect all aspects of a person’s life, and can lead to feelings of despair, isolation and hopelessness.
EFT has shown itself to be a remarkable tool in healing these wounds in both clinical and community-based settings, and is quickly transforming the treatment of trauma and PTSD around the world. In this workshop, we will explore the nature of PTSD and its symptoms, the success of EFT as a treatment option, and some important considerations when working with trauma survivors.
Tina Antle, MSW, RSW, nd
Accredited, Certified EFT Practitioner (AAMET) Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (IATP)
Tina is a Registered Social Worker in private practice in Moncton, NB specializing in stress, trauma and PTSD. For over 10 years, her passion has been to infuse her professional practice with insight from the field of mind-body medicine in order to provide her clients with an integrative approach to wellness. Beginning with the study of Reiki and mindfulness-based therapies, this has evolved to include EFT as an essential aspect of her practice.
As a trauma survivor living with PTSD, Tina brings a unique perspective and compassionate presence to her work. Whether working with individual clients, speaking to audiences or facilitating workshops, her goal is to help shine a light on the root causes of suffering so that we can all “step out of the shadows and into our lives.”