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What is PTSD?

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a type of anxiety disorder. 


Most people with PTSD develop the condition after experiencing a traumatic event, like a serious accident, physical or sexual assault, war or torture, or a natural disaster such as a bush fire or a flood.

People who have a past history of mental illness or trauma, as well as stressful life conditions and a lack of support are more likely to develop PTSD.

People affected may feel anxious and highly vigilant, and have intrusive thoughts and memories of the trauma. With treatment, people with PTSD can make a full recovery.

The facts are...

Breaking the myths...


It’s important to remember  everyone experiences trauma differently. An event which is traumatising for one person may not be for another person.

Everyone has a different capacity for trauma,

which is informed by a combination of risk factors including neurobiology, past experiences

and genetics. It is possible to recover from PTSD.

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The endless cycle of pain and coping

When you’ve experienced a traumatic event or series of events, psychological symptoms can develop that mainly centre around an intrusion of the past event into the present. Using self-protective methods that were helpful at the time of the event are the tendency to fall back on to cope with the effects of the trauma. However, this is only a short lived strategy, leaving you repeating the cycle of stress, anxiety and coping again and again. This ongoing pattern is not only exhausting, it also worsens the stress each time, leading to a possible feeling of 'breaking down' and unable to cope any longer.

Trauma blocks in mind, body, spirit

Essentially, trauma creates blocked areas in your energy body. This prevents the flow of healthy, vital energy which gives us a sense of inner peace, health and vitality. Not only clearing the blocks held within the mind and physical body (such as pain from injury or physical abuse), you must also clear the blocks backing up the flow in your energy body. The energy body is a real thing... it's now been acknowledged in the scientific world and can be seen using an MRI scan. Trapped energy, blocks, etc, is another important aspect of recovery which must be addressed in order to fully heal and recover from PTSD.

The pathway to lasting recovery

Creating a safe space is vital to a successful recovery process.

A qualified therapist experienced in working with this type of recovery is also necessary.

In addition, an energy healing practitioner who will identify and work with you to clear the trauma from your energy body.

You've come to the right place!

This is why I've trained and qualified in these modalities, so I can bring you the recovery, peace and freedom you so deserve.


Your next step...

Now you've read through your Specialist Recovery options, simply select which approach you feel best suits your needs and be comforted in the knowledge you're taking courageous steps forward to help yourself recover, to move out of fear and into peace.

Choose your option below and book your first session,

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Congratulations on taking this brave step, you'll be so glad you did!



From the very first 1:1, I knew I'd made the right decision

"What I've received from the course so far has been incredible. It has been so parallel to my path outside of this journey, helping me look at the deeper layers of trauma patterning that has been running my life (or so it felt) for so long.

From the very first 1:1, I knew I'd made the right decision for myself.  Indigo's insight pointed towards things I hadn't known were hanging around me so heavily, and helped me work through them and release it from my body. 


I highly recommend anyone, particularly those who have struggled or are struggling with past trauma running their lives, to join this program. It has accelerated my healing in unexpected ways and I am truly grateful." 

Ashleigh Morris, Melbourne, Australia

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