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TAT for a Traumatic Event and Post-traumatic stress

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TAT for a Traumatic Event and Post-traumatic stress is a downloadable MP4 recording of Tapas Fleming personally guiding you through an in-depth, topic-focused expanded TAT® session.

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TAT for a Traumatic Event and Post-traumatic stress is a downloadable MP4 recording of Tapas Fleming personally guiding you through an in-depth, topic-focused expanded TAT® session.

In a traumatic experience, a part of our consciousness can become wrapped up in “solving” a problem, protecting us from danger or abuse, or just trying to find sense in a senseless situation. The beliefs that spring up can be inaccurate but there are parts of us that hold onto those beliefs and remind us of them when we are in new stressful situations — particularly situations that are like the original one. The resonance with the original situation triggers the part or parts of us that were born in the original traumatic or stressful events.

Trauma triggers an overproduction of stress hormones — namely cortisol. If you are constantly reliving a traumatic experience, stress hormones remain activated, keeping you in a state of high alert. You might experience trembling or exaggerated startle response, especially to things that remind you of the traumatic event. These are called “triggers.”

You will enter the fight, flight, or freeze mode whenever you feel triggered. You’ll feel compelled to either defend yourself against the trigger, run from it, or you could feel paralyzed. Sleep might be difficult and you may feel the need to avoid people or situations that you believe threaten your safety. 

Chronic stress following a traumatic event can have long-term health effects, including:

  • Heart and liver disease
  • Addictive behaviors like alcoholism and smoking
  • Chronic pain conditions
  • Gastrointestinal illness
  • Cancer
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Feelings of despair, guilt, and shame
  • Emotional numbness
  • Cognitive impairment such as memory lapses, difficulty making decisions, distractibility, withdrawal from your typical routine, and even a lost sense of time

As a result of doing TAT you can experience:

  • Feeling less stressed or anxious
  • Feeling less overwhelmed
  • Better health
  • Feeling happier on a regular basis
  • More fulfilling relationships
  • More restful sleep
  • Feeling more balanced and calm
  • Being more productive
  • Being more present and mindful
  • Improved ability to focus

To learn more about TAT:

TAT-101: A Comprehensive Introduction Video Download and PDF Booklet

The ebook contains all the Steps of TAT, images of the TAT Pose, and all the information about TAT and it’s origins, written by Tapas Fleming, Founder, and Creator of TAT.