After a traumatic experience, people often repress emotions in order to function in society. By reconnecting with your emotions, you will find out what you need in order to liberate yourself and take back control of your life.

Traumatic experiences can trigger various survival responses: fight, flight, freeze or fawn. You are in a state of high alert, even if the traumatic event is already in the past.

This can have many adverse effects: you have trouble concentrating, cannot sleep well, are easily startled, overly alert, and also more irritable, angry or suspicious in your interaction with others. Other consequences of trauma may be ‘reliving’ it in nightmares and brooding thoughts, and avoiding places, situations or people.

On the way to forgiveness
In order to keep functioning in society, you have repressed your emotions. Regression Therapy* allows you to restore that natural connection with your emotions and inner peace, leading to a renewed understanding of your emotional and physical needs. Through forgiveness, your negative feelings are disconnected and given a place in your system. At the end of the treatment, you are able to let go of the event emotionally and take back control of your life. You learn to let love flow towards you again, and to let go of emotions like fear, shame, guilt or self-reproach.

From the Blog

October 8, 2020
Working through Trauma
Emotionally you may feel an extreme sense of powerlessness after a traumatic experience. However - there is a lot you can do to process and overcome a trauma.
by Serna Widdershoven
“The series of sessions I had with Serna freed me from old blockages. She has a very special way of doing this. The combination of techniques and her steadfast approach made me feel safe and enabled me to let it happen. I am very grateful for the growth I have experienced, thanks to her.”

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