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We found Marie in a small house in the outskirts of Kigali. Her fragile body was present in the room, but her thoughts were trapped in the genocide almost 20 years earlier; a never-ending nightmare where she was beaten down to the ground with clubs.
The intervention we taught Marie in less than an hour gave her relief after a few sessions, and is a simple relaxation technique that can be learned by anyone. The method is called Trauma Tapping Technique and we have spread it to over 100.000 people in conflict-ridden parts of the world. Anybody can help spread it, all you need is the will to do so.
Marie is just one of millions of people caught in horrific memories from war, trauma and stress (the woman in the image is not Marie). The need for a non-specialist intervention is global. Imagine the memories refugees from Syria are carrying. Despite incredible numbers of people in this situation we believe everyone can make a difference and this is how:
We have written a book about this method and our experiences; “Resolving Yesterday – First Aid for Stress and Trauma with TTT”. We are giving away an e-version so as many as possible can learn and benefit from this through self-help and helping those around them.
Help us ease suffering and prevent violence. This is what we want you to do : Ask as many as possible to join us for by signing for our newsletter. In it we will keep you up to date with different ways to make a difference.
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Resolving Yesterday or tell somebody to do so!
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The World Health Organization, WHO, is calling for methods to deal with daily emotional distress as well as trauma that non-specialists can administer and self – administer, and this is exactly what we offer – TTT – Trauma Tapping Technique.
Read the latest statistics from our peace tapping centers!
How it all started — Podcast interview with Gunilla Hamne.