Welcome back! This is just the beginning of my Self-Care Series where I will be interviewing some experts about ways in which we can incorporate self-care into C-PTSD recovery. This will help to move the focus from the mind into the body. In order to fully get to the root of the problem, you have to feel the pain. When we are able to move the focus from the unwanted thoughts to the body sensations, we are beginning the feeling heeling process.
Neuromuscluar Therapy & C-PTSD
In today’s video, I interviewed Andy Leevan Clayton who is a Neuomuscular Therapist and a Licensed Massage Therapist. Andy broken down what Neuromuscular Therapy is, how is helps with mental health and exactly how it can be linked to C-PTSD recovery. One thing that Andy mentioned, that I loved, was that he thinks of this type of therapy as mindfulness. If you have C-PTSD, you know how difficult it is to be present and mindful and this might just be an option to practice mindfulness in a guided fashion. I think it is brilliant!
I will be working with Andy in the future so if you have any questions for Andy, please either leave a comment here or email him at: email@example.com
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DISCLAIMER: I am not a medical doctor. I cannot prescribe, diagnose what-so-ever. All of my videos are based off of personal experience, training or research. If you are feeling suicidal, please dial 911 ASAP.