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Body Centred Trauma Release [SMART 100, 2018]

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1. THE BEGINNING

This innovation initially came to life when…

After finding gaps in the services available for healing my own trauma. I saw a general perception that the work was hard or heavy, and a lack of understanding by many working in the field. I saw a need for something far more connective and gentle, even joyful. Something that filled in those gaps, promoted real healing, and was complementary to services already being offered. Years of research, training and intuition unearthed my body centred approach to trauma release, just as the Psychological community became aware of the body’s importance in trauma work.

2. WHAT & HOW

The purpose of this innovation is to…

…offer a gentler alternative to those with trauma histories, and to complement and complete work already done in talk-therapy. This innovation acknowledges scientific research identifying that bodies store trauma in the myofascial system.

It does this by…

…plugging into the body’s most important communication system, calming the nervous system and releasing stored trauma from the physical tissue, allowing physical and physiological symptoms to gradually and gently subside. The inclusion of energy work allows the unwinding and release of emotional and mental trauma, suppressed memories and generational trauma.

 

3. PURPOSE & BENEFITS

This innovation improves on what came before because…

It provides an option for clients who don’t benefit from talking therapies and will further outcomes for those who do. To my knowledge, using a Remedial bodywork technique specifically to target trauma has not been done in Australia before, and my sessions allow health fund benefits.

Its various benefits to the customer/end-user include…

It’s various benefits to the customer / end user include improved nervous system function, better sleep, less depression and anxiety, less physical pain and restriction, lower risk of chronic illness, greater enjoyment of life, reduced impact of PTSD, true healing.

4. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

In the past, this problem was solved by…

Random instances of spontaneous release by the body, or via somatically trained psychotherapists, perhaps even hypnotherapy. Nothing that does not require a need to talk, or is subtle enough to get around protective psychological constructs that commonly cause failure of these other modalities with deep trauma. Nothing this gentle and pain-free.

5. TARGET MARKET

It is made for…

People who have experienced trauma, and find the standard interventions inadequate. A high percentage of sexual trauma victims (estimated 1 in 4 people) make poor use of talking therapies, either because they can’t talk about it, they find the process re-traumatising, or they have no accessible memories. It is also for those who have made good use of talking Therapy, but find they need something beyond what it provides. It is suitable for children, the severely disabled, and those who find massage too painful. And is also for those with terminal illness.

It is available for sale through…

Directly at two wellness clinics in Melbourne (Anamaya Health Solutions and Northcote Wellness Centre/Community Health Initiative), via the internet, and for the last 6 months, as a Distance service for people in other locations.

Our marketing strategy is to…

Utilise social media to educate, inform and share results, build awareness and trust. Facebook advertising. Listing on NaturalTherapyPages.com.au, has helped with online presence in Google searches. Access to the databases of the two clinics, as well as a physical presence. Referral network building with other practitioners. A book is also being published.

 

FINE PRINT: This SMART 100 profile and the information it contains is a duplication of content submitted by the applicant during the entry process. As a function of entry, applicants were required to declare that all details are factually correct, do not infringe on another’s intellectual property and are not unlawful, threatening, defamatory, invasive of privacy, obscene, or otherwise objectionable. Some profiles have been edited for reasons of space and clarity.

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