Separate Reactions From Stressors
Substance addiction can become a habitual way of dealing with a long-term stressor. For example, when confronted with a memory from the past, a person may take drugs or drink alcohol as a way to cope. TRILOGY helps those struggling with addiction separate that cause and effect. They learn to deal with the emotion of an issue rather than simply reacting to it.
Reveal Past Traumas So True Healing Can Begin
Sometimes a person will block out or push aside memories of a traumatic event that contributes to their addiction. If they don’t deal with this past trauma, they can’t move past it and begin to heal.
Treat a Wide Range of Symptoms
TRILOGY Process can treat a wide range of symptoms, many of which are experienced by those battling addiction, including panic attacks, relationship issues, low self-esteem, anxiety, phobia, insomnia, excessive worrying and anger issues.
Offer Fast Relief
TRILOGY Process is effective and if you're willing to take the process seriously -- it works quickly. In just one session, people find relief. There may be a short period of emotional discomfort, but those feelings quickly leave. It’s heartening for anyone battling addiction to feel as though they have made progress. It gives them the courage and commitment to keep fighting.
No Negative Side Effects
Many people worry about side effects of any treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. Despite many studies of this form of process, there are no negative TRILOGY Process side effects shown.
Trilogy has changed my client's lives. I counsel many individuals with some pretty serious and complicated issues. Many of whom have tried everything; been in and out of mental hospitals, traveled the country for help, searched for answers from every professional they can, plus taken prescription and non-prescription drugs available to get away from the torment of emotional, behavioral, and physical pain.
Trilogy Removes Painful Emotions & Problematic Behaviors
Francis and Judith MacNutt, early ministers of the inner healing ministry movement, describe it this way,
"It takes the memories of our past and heals them from the effects of those emotional wounds that still remain and affect our daily lives. Jesus can fill you with His love in all of those places that have been empty for so long."
This is an amazing ministry of the Holy Spirit, you and me. Jesus can give us the grace to forgive past hurts and resentments. We can ask Jesus Christ to go back to the time when the hurt occurred and free us from the effects of that wound that still remain in the present. This involves two things: bringing to light the things that have hurt us and then praying to the Lord to free us from the binding effects of our hurtful past.
How did the Inner Healing Prayer Ministry begin?
Some problems just won't go away no matter what you try or do.
It could be that the problem stems from what is called "a spiritual stronghold."
Spiritual strongholds can only be healed through ministry
I help individuals remove harmful and ungodly strongholds.
Through Christ, we are able to pull out the strongholds that up to that point, were immoveable.
Are you struggling with Anxiety, Fear, Addiction, Abuse, Anger, Alone, Cutting, Depression, Destructive behavior, Hopelessness, Overwhelmed, Substance Abuse, Sex Addiction, Suicidal Thoughts?
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TRILOGY is based on the theory that this Process can help your mind heal itself, just as your body would heal itself from an irritation such as a cut or scrape.
I use several different methods, depending on the person and the need, to release strongholds.
Inner healing is one of those methods. Inner healing is a method of ministry where you connect to Jesus in a profound way.
Here is what some of my clients have had to say about their experience with inner healing:
Scientifically Validated Counseling Strategies & Treatments
The Three Therapy Bridges
EMDR, Trilogy, Inner Healing Prayer
Inner Healing Prayer Ministry
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)
What is EMDR Therapy?
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is a powerful psychotherapy approach that has helped over an estimated 10 million people of all ages relieve many types of psychological distress.
During EMDR therapy, the therapist works with the client to identify a specific problem as the focus of the treatment session. The client calls to mind the disturbing issue or event, what was seen, felt, heard, thought, etc., and what thoughts and beliefs are currently held about that event. The therapist facilitates the directional movement of the eyes or other dual attention stimulation of the brain, while the client focuses on the disturbing material, and the client just notices whatever comes to mind without making any effort to control direction or content.
Each person will process information uniquely, based on personal experiences and values.
Sets of eye movements are continued until the memory becomes less disturbing and is associated with positive thoughts and beliefs about one's self; for example, "I did the best I could."
During EMDR therapy, the client may experience intense emotions, but by the end of the session, most people report a great reduction in the level of disturbance.