From ETR-CONSULT by Chief Dr Iwowarri Berian James (Nigeria)
March 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th – 5-Days of Freedom Therapy for Rape Victims plagued by Emotional Trauma!
When a person experiences a Rape, that is forced sexual encounter usually without consent. It traumatizes the person, the victim. When this trauma is not resolved, it can cause what we know in psychology as Rape Trauma Syndrome -RTS.
According to Wikipedia, Rape trauma syndrome (RTS) is the psychological trauma experienced by a rape victim that includes disruptions to normal physical, emotional, cognitive, and interpersonal behavior. The theory was first described by nurse Ann Wolbert Burgess and sociologist Lynda Lytle Holmstrom in 1974.
RTS is a cluster of psychological and physical signs, symptoms and reactions common to most rape victims immediately following a rape, but which can also occur for months or years afterwards. While most research into RTS has focused on female victims, sexually abused males (whether by male or female perpetrators) also exhibit RTS symptoms. RTS paved the way for consideration of complex post-traumatic stress disorder, which can more accurately describe the consequences of serious, protracted trauma than posttraumatic stress disorder alone. The symptoms of RTS and post-traumatic stress syndrome overlap. As might be expected, a person who has been raped will generally experience high levels of distress immediately afterward. These feelings may subside over time for some people; however, individually each syndrome can have long devastating effects on rape victims and some victims will continue to experience some form of psychological distress for months or years. It has also been found that rape survivors are at high risk for developing substance use disorders, major depression, generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and eating disorders.
Free sessions from March 16-20, 2020:
The program to provide Free Emotional Trauma Resolution by Dr Iwowarri James, is intended to help in supporting the affected trauma victims to begin the journey of total healing. It is known that one session may not be enough for some while some people may actually heal completely in just a session. For those who will need further therapy sessions, they are advised to seek further help with Energy Therapy.
Are you a RAPE Victim Or you know anyone? It is a Telephone Session Free of Charge!!! But you make the Call to : 08027759665 or WhatsApp 08037227334. Open to All from any where in the World. Session Max 30min. Anytime of the day. Share the information please.
Chief Dr Iwowarri Berian James (Nigeria)
Chief Consultant: Emotional Trauma Resolution Clinic & Founding Director, GIET Institute, Lagos.
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