Techniques for Anxiety, Pain, and Memory Reconsolidation
Strategies for Attachment & Complex Trauma
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This report walks you through the 5 steps of what I call the RECON process to quickly and completely heal a traumatic memory. Report also features links to my interview with neuroscientist Joe LeDoux, and other cool video and audio links.
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