Our Non-Profit Mission:
Providing real, fast, life changing options for Veterans, First Responders, and their families.
"I had nightmares for years. After one session, I have had one nightmare in the last 8 months. This treatment has saved my life."
"Before ART, I would black out and get physical when I was angry."
Do you wish your mind could forget what your eyes have seen?
It's possible and it's faster than one would imagine. Accelerated Resolution Therapy can resolve symptoms of trauma in 1 to 5 sessions, without ever telling the story.
ART uses eye movements, a scripted protocol, and voluntary image replacement to replace negative sensations with positive sensations. The participant thinks about the troubling event(s) while employing the eye movements facilitated by the counselor, without needing to talk about what they are working on.
While we understand that results differ for every person, we will leave it up to the testimonials to explain the results.
Don't just take our word for it... Published videos about ART:
Physician Moral Injury vs Burn Out
"Physicians are the canaries in the health care coalmine, and they are killing themselves at alarming rates (twice that of active duty military members) signaling something is desperately wrong with the system."
When talking about the problem isn't an permissible ART can accomplish rapid recovery from symptoms and reactions that may have been present for a few weeks to several years.
One session can significantly reduce or completely eliminate the symptoms of trauma and moral injury.
Battling Shadows is a cognitive behavioral workbook that directly confronts trauma issues typically encountered in Veteran populations. This program is designed to be implemented in eight group sessions, facilitated by trained staff. The program utilizes specialized techniques that are intended to be used only with Veteran focused groups.
The passion to help change the course of trauma treatment is personal for Dignity Alliance Co-founder and President, Karen Basilotta. Meet Sgt S. and Jasmine Shiver. A story all too familiar to our families and neighborhoods in recent years.
Moral Suffering in Police
November 15, 2017
The Role of Moral Suffering (Moral Distress and Moral Injury) in Police Compassion Fatigue and PTSD: An Unexplored Topic
Veterans Crisis Line
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