Tag Archives: The Richards Trauma Process

Military & PTSD

PTSD resolved with TRTP (The Richards Trauma Process). A conversation between Steve Gardiner, Tim Thomas and Judith Richards, creator of TRTP. If you’re a Mental Health or Health Professional and would like to find out how TRTP can work for your clients: 1 – Watch this free Masterclass and, 2 – Book a Q&A phone… Read More »

TRTP Training

Why are health professionals talking about TRTP (The Richards Trauma Process)? Because it’s fast, effective and safe. Because it works in just 3 – 4 sessions. Because it resolves trauma related issues! If you’re a Mental Health or Health Professional and would like to find out how TRTP can work for your clients: 1 –… Read More »

Resolving the rage and guilt of PTSD

Judith Richards, the creator of The Richards Trauma Process talks about PTSD and the resolution of the rage and guilt. If you’re a Mental Health or Health Professional and would like to find out how TRTP can work for your clients: 1 – Watch this free Masterclass https://therichardstraumaprocess.com/… and, 2 – Book a Q&A phone… Read More »

TRTP Masterclass – why TRTP works. Resolve PTSD, anxiety and depression in 3 to 4 sessions.

PTSD, anxiety, depression – resolved in 3 to 4 sessions. Judith Richards, creator of TRTP, (The Richards Trauma Process), explains the TRTP process and why it works. Source: Youtube

PTSD – resolve the rage and guilt

The rage of full-blown PTSD is horrendous to live through, and horrendous to live with… and often, let’s face it, it can also be frustrating and exhausting for the therapist to sit in front of an angry or dissociated client for session after session, seeing only small, incremental improvement. Anger management techniques hardly touch the… Read More »

Resolve the rage & guilt of PTSD with TRTP

The rage of full-blown PTSD is horrendous to live through, and horrendous to live with… and often, let’s face it, it can also be frustrating and exhausting for the therapist to sit in front of an angry or dissociated client for session after session, seeing only small, incremental improvement. Anger management techniques hardly touch the… Read More »