Treating Emotional Trauma Overview
CT Holman explains his overall approach to treating emotional trauma with Chinese medicine. Part one describes the overall treatment approach. Part two explains the first stage of treatment. This excerpt was from his course in Melbourne Australia for China Books.
The First two points in the protocol of Treating Emotional Trauma
CT Holman describes the alternate location to the acupuncture point Yin Tang MHN-3 and also explains the use of Nei Guan PC-6. This excerpt was from his course in Melbourne Australia for China Books.
Locating Nei Guan PC-6 and the role of Zhong wan r-12
CT explains the specific location of Nei Guan PC-6 and the role of Zhong Wan R-12 in treating emotional trauma. This excerpt was from his course in Melbourne Australia for China Books.
The theory of san yin jiao SP-6 in treating trauma
CT explains the theory of using SP-6 in treating emotional trauma explains the specific location to create the best effective treatment. This excerpt was from his course in Melbourne Australia for China Books.
Demonstration of drum healing
CT plays the shamanic journey beat and metal drum rhythm. These rhythms promote healthy organ function and harmonize the spirit, especially for the lungs and large intestine. This excerpt was from his course in Melbourne Australia for China Books.
Three Staged Approach to Treating Emotional Trauma
CT Holman briefly explains a treatment approach to address emotional trauma.
gathering the qi treatment approach
CT Holman and Tammy Anderson, L.Ac. discuss the importance of first Gathering the Qi in the treatment of emotional trauma.
Michael Max interviews CT about the details of diagnosis and treatment of emotional trauma with Chinese medicine.
Article in the European Journal of Oriental Medicine
CT describes the diagnostic pattern of Heart and Gallbladder Qi Deficiency causing insomnia.
This article was first published in the European Journal of Oriental Medicine (EJOM) Volume 9, No 2, December 2018. www.ejom.co.uk
Platinum Convos podcast
CT discusses generational/inherited trauma and how to diagnose and treat it with Chinese medicine.
A Doctor's perspective podcast
CT discusses the many diagnostic methods used in Chinese medicine. He describes how these diagnostic signs give practitioners insights into treating past traumas.
one hour webinar
Emotional trauma comprises part of the human experience. An unprocessed traumatic event remains in the tissue memory which affects the body’s physiology and ultimately weakens the organ/channel systems. CT Holman describes the various diagnostic signs that indicate stored trauma and provides a successful acupuncture and herbal protocol to gather the qi after both acute and chronic trauma.
Listen to CT play the Earth Drum Rhythm and explain the symbols related to the earth. This rhythm benefits the digestion and centers a person's energy. Embrace your authentic self and prosper in the grounded earth rhythm.
ULTRASOUNDS RADIO SHOW INTERVIEWs
CT is featured on two programs. On one show he compares and contrasts Western and Eastern medical treatments for emotional trauma. He describes how Chinese medicine takes in account seasonal changes in nutritional recommendations and acupuncture treatments. On a second show he discusses the healing power of shamanic drumming for multiple medical conditions. Rhythms for each organ system are played.
eARTH ELEMENT IN CHINESE MEDICINE
CT describes the earth element in Chinese medicine. The organ systems, shamanic symbols, and personality associated with earth are included.
willamette wake-up RADIO SHOW INTERVIEW
CT discusses the foundations of Chinese medicine and provides self-care techniques to resolve emotional trauma.
five ELEMENT symbolism IN CHINESE MEDICINE
CT describes the various symbols associated with the five elements in Chinese medicine and how they can be used to classify personalities, talents, and disease tendencies. This information was taught to CT by Master Zhongxian Wu and Lillian Bridges. For more detailed descriptions of the five elements, refer to CT’s book, Treating Emotional Trauma with Chinese Medicine. This recording came from CT’s interview on KMUZ radio's Willamette Wake Up with Melanie Zermer.