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What are Prolonged and Traumatic Grief?

The Revisioning Center for Grief and Trauma is a treatment and training center.  Clients with Unresolved  Grief or Trauma can receive treatment using a breakthrough technique for rapid and complete recovery of  these difficult-to-treat conditions.

Revisioning sessions are conducted individually and can be accomplished soon after a loss or trauma to prevent the symptoms of prolonged grief or PTSD from occurring later on, or to eliminate suffering from these debilitating conditions that can continue for decades. 

Revisioning Center for  Grief

and Trauma

Revisioning Center for Unresolved

Grief and Trauma

325 Miron, #150                          5017 Heritage

Southlake, TX  76092                  Colleyville, TX 76034

817-442-1707                               817-739-1950

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​​Prolonged Grief, or Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder, is the yearning, loss of identity, and continued depression and anxiety that continues more than 6-12 months since the loss of someone through death, divorce, or estrangement.

Traumatic Grief and PTSD include 3 categories of symptoms: 1) re-experiencing the traumatic event, 2) avoidance and numbing, and 3) increased anxiety and emotional arousal.

​Revisioning is the use of simulated re-attachment which induces neuroplasticity in the mirror neuron system within minutes to help complete the grief process. Persistent complex bereavement disorder can generally be repaired in one session.​​

​For PTSD, the Revisioning process involves simulated re-attachment of  ego states that have become fragmented through trauma.  Revisioning for traumatic grief and PTSD usually takes less than 5 sessions to complete.  

Typical patient results following Revisioning include:

▪  Ability to look at photos without distress and sadness.

▪  Ability to walk into a loved one's room and touch belongings without distressing sadness.

▪  Decrease or elimination of suicidal thoughts.

▪  Ability to regain 'lost' self identity and coping ability.

▪  Increased self-confidence and decreased self-blame.

▪  Feeling comforted by thoughts of your loved one instead of distress about their absence.

​▪  Decrease in flashbacks and nightmares.

▪  Decrease in depression and emotional numbing due to PTSD.

​▪  Decrease in disturbing memories from trauma and self-medication..

​​▪  Decrease in anxiety and insomnia.