TAT for Anxiety is a downloadable MP4 recording of Tapas Fleming personally guiding you through an in-depth, topic-focused TAT® session.
Doing the TAT process can allow you to directly affect your traits, behaviors, and health issues at the genetic level. You will also notice that doing TAT on a regular basis will improve the way you think, feel and react.
TAT for Anxiety is a downloadable MP4 recording of Tapas Fleming personally guiding you through an in-depth, topic-focused, expanded TAT® session. She will start the recording with suggestions of what to work on and then guide you through each step of TAT.
A rocky childhood. A violent assault. A car accident. If these are in your past, they could be causing problems now. Your risk for anxiety triggered by past trauma goes up with the number of these events you’ve experienced.
You can also opt for Guided TAT with Tapas, with this recording you’ll relax and listen as Tapas walks you through the process. You’ll be guided through a complete TAT session — without explanations thrown in. (Explanations are in TAT-101.) You can pause the recording to allow enough time to focus on each Step.
What makes healing with TAT so different from other approaches?
You can heal without:
- reliving anything
- talking about it
- digging for core issues
- figuring anything out
Just push play, sit back and heal!
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
“Healing ACES Program using TAT is a truly effective treatment for healing Adverse Childhood Experiences at any age. Tapas Fleming, the talented founder of TAT, has created and offers a masterful approach to healing old wounds. As a result, with this program, our wounds gently release their grip and we discover that we can choose our path.
We happily and confidently move forward. Our past is not erased but now serves us in remarkable ways to aid us in living fully in the here and now! Now, how exciting is that?”
– Thalia Vikitos
Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Expressive Arts Therapist
A large proportion of adults go through adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and can exhibit a wide range of symptoms including alcoholism, drug abuse, depression, suicide, poor physical health, and obesity. The symptoms seen in adults can, in turn, expose the next generation to adverse outcomes. Creating a cycle that’s hard to break. We can reduce or eliminate the impact of ACEs on ourselves and future generations by healing ourselves now.