Healing Chronic Fear & Anxiety After Trauma

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Chronic fear is feeling immobilized by our anxieties.

When we live in constant fear of the future, we can feel robbed of living in our present. 

Our anxieties are often rooted in experiences where we felt vulnerable, powerless, and voiceless. 

Even after these events have passed, our nervous system keeps our body in fight-our-flight mode. We may experience a racing heart, restlessness, disturbed sleep, difficulty concentrating, and impatience with others. 

Often, it is hard to explain why we feel anxious. This is because our fear signaling is coming from within our bodies, not our minds. 

Chronic fear magnifies our anxieties, putting our bodies in constant anticipation of the worst.

Fear can drive us to build our protective walls higher and higher, which can make our worlds feel smaller.

We may find it challenging to:

  • Trust our instincts 
  • Do what we love 
  • Make new friendships and connections 
  • Connect to ourselves and others 
  • Assert our needs to others 
  • Move forward toward our goals 

Instead of fearing life, feeling safe can help us fall in love with it again. 

Our human biology reveals that we are all on a quest for safety, according to the architect of polyvagal theory, Stephen Porges. 

Feeling safe is often a prerequisite to health, growth, and restoration. 

Strengthening our vagal tone can offer us a powerful way of down-regulating our defensive responses and can help shift our bodies into a state of safety (Porges, 2017). 

Feeling safe allows us to connect with our higher cortical functions, which can enhance our creativity, concentrations, and emotional regulation (Porges, 2022). 

It can also help us connect with and trust in others, enriching our relationships (Porges, 2022). 

 

Feeling safe is often a prerequisite to health, growth, and restoration. 

Strengthening our vagal tone can offer us a powerful way of down-regulating our defensive responses and can help shift our bodies into a state of safety (Porges, 2017). 

Feeling safe allows us  to connect with our higher cortical functions, which can enhance our creativity, concentrations, and emotional regulation (Porges, 2022). 

It can also help us connect with and trust in others, enriching our relationships (Porges, 2022).

With time, we can begin to take down our walls of fear and start safely exploring what is on the other side. 

Finding safety in our bodies to restore our sense of security can help us remove the clutches of fear, moving us toward fully living in our present. 

This is why Rewire Therapy has created a Healing Chronic Fear and Anxiety after Trauma program. This program incorporates polyvagal-infromed, somatic therapy techniques, which can help you appreciate your body as a site of healing, strength, and resilience.

Introducing Healing Chronic Fear: 10-Minute Techniques For Healing Chronic Fear And Living In The Present

 

Including Seven Techniques For Releasing Fear: 

Technique 1: Moving Out Of The Fight-and-Flight Response

Training the system to get out of the flight fight response through Qigong.

Technique 2: Releasing Fear Stored In The Throat

Releasing fear in the neck through neuroplasticity and positive associations.

Technique 3: Full Body Fear Release Technique

Explore full body fear release through a trembling technique (RTE). This exercise will help release fear from the tissues and move out of the freeze response.

Technique 4: Releasing Unprocessed Feelings

Explore techniques from drama therapy, movement, and sound in order to help the body release any unprocessed feelings of disempowerment, loss and unprocessed experiences.

Technique 5: Overcoming Nightmares

Explore healing from nightmares. Nightmares result from having a triggered nervous system and from living in fear and fear lingering in the body.

Technique 6: Creating Feelings Of Safety And Security

Creating experiences of safety and security within our nervous system for times when we don’t feel grounded or when we feel triggered.

Technique 7: Reestablishing Boundaries

Repairing sensations and boundaries within our body. In this exercise, we’ll be exploring boundary drawing postures to reignite within us a sense of having self-agency.

+ 7 Bonus Techniques

Receive seven additional techniques for healing chronic fear guided by founder, CEO and psychiatric nurse, Tanya Zajdel.

  • Working With Fear In The Back And Shoulders
  • Addressing Fear We Cannot Identify
  • Healing From Paranoia
  • Transforming Into Our Best Selves
  • Exploring The Fear Of Not Being Loved
  • Exploring The Fear Of Failure
  • Eliminating Negative Predictions

+ Three Expert Integration Modules

Module 1: Introduction to Trauma Healing (16-min)

  • What trauma is and how it affects us.
  • How different factors influence the outcome and prognosis of trauma.

Module 2: How The Body Reacts In A Traumatic Event (22-min)

  • The different parts of the brain and their functions
  • How different brain functions respond to a traumatic event.
  • The risk and protective factors for developing PTSD.

Theory Module 3: Techniques To Heal From Trauma (16-min)

  • The Vagus Nerve and how to calm the body through the Vagus Nerve.
  • Different techniques to release trauma from the body
  • How to restore rhythm and self-agency.

Somatic Sensations & Body Scan Guide

Body scans are somatic practices that often elicit bodily sensations or emotions. This comprehensive guide includes:

  • A list of the different emotions and sensations that arise
  • A guide on what to do if no emotions or sensations arise
  • Steps and suggestions on how to manage overwhelming sensations or emotions that may arise from body scans

All Rewire Therapy Programs Come With:

  • A private support community

  • Lifetime access to the program and all future updates

  • Technical support via email and messenger

  • Start at any time at your own pace

  • A 72-hour money-back guarantee

  • A 30-day program exchange policy

Register Here for $240

You’ll get all theory modules, 14 techniques for healing chronic fear, learning tools, plus bonuses you can immediately integrate into your trauma toolbox to help you work more effectively with a trauma and fear-affected nervous system.

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Thousands Of Healing Transformations With Rewire Therapy

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“For the first time ever, I feel like I understand what's happening in my body.”
 
 
Andrea, USA
"I was super-skeptical if this would work for me because I had literally tried everything and nothing was helping my PTSD... A week into the course and I already feel a huge difference."
 

Emily R, New York
"I bought a course on trauma healing from MindValley but totally didn't relate to the teacher or the content. Listening to female experts who have been there really makes all the difference. Thank you so much :-)."
 
Jessica L, Toronto
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"I've learned to truly listen to my body once again. This course has been a true gift."
 

Jenna, Survivor, USA
"I think the weirdest difference I noticed was that when I was practicing the exercises in Week 1... I began to feel my feet again. I realized I had dissociated from my feet for so long."
 
 
Jason R, Los Angeles
"I've been trying to heal my PTSD for years. It always felt like I took 2 steps forward and 1 step back. I just purchased this course and it's already paid for itself. The information in week 1 alone was more helpful than anything else I've done."
 
Marie G, Quebec
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“This course has been so helpful for my patients, especially those who’ve been through trauma.”
 
Cecilia, Clinical Psychologist, Guatemala

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You’ll get all theory modules, 14 techniques for healing chronic fear, learning tools, plus bonuses you can immediately integrate into your trauma toolbox to help you work more effectively with a trauma and fear-affected nervous system.

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Meet The Experts

Tanya Zajdel

Tanya’s work with trauma healing and survivorship has been featured at the Tribeca Film Festival, CBC News, Vox Tablet and Iheart Radio.

 

Tanya is a trauma healing coach, a women’s health nurse and a published feminist author. Tanya focuses primarily on creating programs that facilitate trauma healing through creating new neural connection in the brain called 'neuroplasticity exercises'.

 

Her techniques combine various well-known therapies to repair and reset the nervous system after trauma including Somatic Experiencing, yoga, mindfulness, CBT, Qigong, authentic movement and a combination of expressive creative art therapies.

Keara Mangham

Keara is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Expressive Arts Practitioner, Theta Healer, and Mindfulness teacher.

 

Keara integrates elements of somatic experiencing. expressive arts therapy, movement, and touch into sessions. She's passionate about supporting client's in their healing journey.

Jen Bain,MA

Jen holds a master's degree in Expressive Arts Therapy from the European Graduate School.

 

She takes a multimodal approach to healing, incorporating visual art, dance, drama and writing into her work.

Chaya Notik

Chaya runs her physiotherapy clinic based in Montreal and is passionate about sharing physio and health tidbits and raising awareness about pelvic health.

 

During her treatments, she uses a biopsychosocial and a whole-person approach to ensure an optimal path for recovery.

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You’ll get all theory modules, 14 techniques for healing chronic fear, learning tools, plus bonuses you can immediately integrate into your trauma toolbox to help you work more effectively with a trauma and fear-affected nervous system.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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You’ll get all theory modules, 14 techniques for healing chronic fear, learning tools, plus bonuses you can immediately integrate into your trauma toolbox to help you work more effectively with a trauma and fear-affected nervous system.

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Sources

 
Porges, S.W. (2022). Polyvagal Theory: A Science of Safety. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 16. https://doi.org/10/3389/fnint.2022/871227 

Porges, S.W. (2017). The pocket guide to polyvagal theory: the transformative power of feeling safe. W.W Nortan & Company. 

 

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