Suffering From PTSD – Schedule a FREE Call with Marc J Wagner

Suffering From PTSD – Schedule a FREE Call with Marc J Wagner

Suffering From PTSD and would like to know if you qualify for the modality that I am talking about in the video.

Then please schedule your FREE call with me and let’s see if we can help you overcome your PTSD symptoms in only a few sessions.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD can show up in many different ways. Some of the symptoms may include nightmares or unwanted memories of the trauma, avoidance of situations that bring back memories of the trauma, heightened reactions, anxiety, or depressed mood.

Trauma can be caused by any extreme experience that has occurred once or has been experienced over a certain time frame. When someone is exposed to extreme mental, physical or emotional distress PTSD can develop especially when the mind is not able to process what has happened..

PTSD unfortunately is a very common issue in our society in Veterans and Civilians alike. ​ The VA tested a new approach to helping Veterans overcome PTSD and had a success rate of 97% in their first test run. ​ And yes, this approach is also available to YOU. I have offered this approach since 2013 and have helped many people address various issues including PTSD, anxiety, depression, etc.

Suffering From PTSD – Schedule a FREE Call with Marc J Wagner

Try our Secret Weapon to rid yourself of PTSD?
I have created this short video which will tell you more about the subject and what the approach is.

If you are suffering from PTSD, either as a civilian or as a veteran, you should listen very closely to what I have to say right now because there is a new modality out there, a new treatment that has shown 97% success rate.

Hi, my name is Marc Wagner and I specialize in subconscious psychology. PTSD or post-traumatic stress disorder is a major problem in our society nowadays. It ranges from childhood trauma, relationship trauma, or war-related PTSD. A study was conducted by the RAND Corporation upon military veterans, which showed that at least 20% of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans have PTSD.

The U.S.Department of Veteran Affairs estimates the number to be about 31% in Vietnam veterans. And with about 21 million veterans in the United States, that’s a lot of people. It is also worth noting that veterans have a 20-25% higher risk of suicide than civilians, which means about 20 suicides every day. But there is some good news on the horizon, there is a new therapy available that clinical studies show to be vastly better at removing symptoms of PTSD than anything else was ever before. “How much better?” You ask.

Suffering From PTSD – Schedule a FREE Call with Marc J Wagner


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