Rob, 45yrs, 2019“The Richards Trauma Process gave me a sense of the truth of who I am. It showed me my strength, my courage, my tenacity – my own goodness, love, intelligence and compassion. It helped me to finally heal from the pain and fear I had experienced as a younger person. I was no longer stuck in a cycle of fear, and of being alone and isolated. I was strong enough not just to leave (the cult), but to create a new life that I love, helping others.”Bill, 51 yrs, 2019
Hi Tony, I just thought I would touch base with you as it has been a fair while since we had a session. I am doing really well, and have not had any problems with my mental health for months now. I bought myself a puppy just over a week ago and that has been a very good move in regards to my mental health issues, I am looking at getting him certified as a Service Dog. If I feel the need to have a chat to you in the coming months then I will make an appointment, I hope that you and your family are well and will be in contact in the future.Michaela, 50 yrs, 2019
So a quick recap. Things are really good. I have stopped gambling and have a savings account.I have told my son and daughter in law that I am moving out when the lease expires. They took it well, thank goodness. I have started buying things for my new place, so its very exciting. We had a family lunch last Sunday for my sister and son’s birthday, and everyone commented what a great lunch it was.So thank you again for all your help and guidance. It really has changed my life, and I am forever grateful.May, 33yrs, 2018
When I first visited mensmentalhealth in August 2017, I was a train wreck waiting to happen.My first session opened my eyes. We started getting me back to “me” and the ‘no bullshit’, caring approach really helped.My last session saw me start to regain the person I once was, and with added confidence. To check for sustainability, we went over all the things that had changed 3 months later.This included:
- my career jumping forward. I have much more clarity over my career now – who knew I actually loved what I do (Personal Assistant)
- my confidence has returned – I’m standing up for myself, having difficult conversations when needed. I’m questioning more – solving problems.
- feeling at peace with not always having the answers.I can look at myself, and step away from the crap. I’m excited about learning who I am, and not looking for who I am in everyone else.
The work we did included The Richards Trauma Process (TRTP). I feel like I’ve grown so much, just over the course of three months.