A Course in Life Saving Communication
Suggestion can be a powerful tool for healing and can have a tremendous effect on the psychology as well as the physiology of the human body. This is especially true in trauma situations. Verbal Trauma Control is a skill that can be utilized to take command of the situation where someone has been shot or stabbed, a victim of a motor vehicle accident, an injured subject such as a climber or skier where access to advanced medical care is likely to be prolonged or delayed, a burn victim or any other injured person. Trauma victims are in an altered state of consciousness and highly receptive to suggestion.
Personnel trained in the art of Verbal Trauma Control can use this altered state of consciousness to help ensure a positive outcome. Verbal Trauma Control is meant to augment first aide procedures and can help stimulate the healing process prior to the arrival of emergency medical personnel, or prior to arriving at a medical facility.
It is common for a person who has been injured to feel scared, alone and confused. People in the immediate environment may be panicked or negative in what they say and often compound these negative feelings and hinder the healing process. By utilizing the most desirable verbal skills, personnel at the scene can bring a sense of calm, control and focus to the injured person.
Verbal Trauma Control can be used to reduce or stop bleeding, prevent shock and eliminate pain or discomfort Whether the victim is conscious or unconscious – their subconscious mind processes information and is receptive to direction given by trained personnel.
This exceptional half day training program will provide an understanding of the power of the subconscious mind in relation to healing and provide simple and practical skills, which can be used immediately to assist any victim.
The following areas will be covered through classroom sessions, case studies and practical application:
- The roles of the conscious and subconscious mind in trauma.
- The healing power of the subconscious mind.
- Establishing rapport with the victim.
- Giving suggestions.
- An examination of real life examples.
Course participants will spend time practicing the words and the skills so at the completion of the program participants will be comfortable in utilizing the powerful skills they have learned. The course participants will also have the opportunity to discuss the use of the skills as part of a review of two actual incidents involving law enforcement professionals who were shot in the line of duty.[button_link url=”/events/” style=”impactBtn”]View the Course / Training Schedule[/button_link]