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  • CCEI Psychotherapy & Research Inc. has developed Treatment Procedures Bust PTSD for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Bust ANXIETY for Anxiety Symptoms Complex. Both of these treatment apps are available on Google Play Store for Android Devices and iTunes, Apple App Store for iPhone and iPads.

    Bust PTSD App is specailly helpful for Veterans, victims of war, violence, abuse and unpleasant experiences in life.

    Bust ANXIETY App is a treratment procedure for Anxiety Symptoms Complex to help people deal with anxiety.

    Bust PTSD and Bust ANXIETY are evidence based treatment approaches; they eradicate PTSD and Anxiety Symptoms from their roots by re-programming neurological activity patterns, and subsequently chnage cognitive and behavioural manifestation of PTSD and ANXIETY Symptoms Complex, as spelled out in DSM-5.

Our BUST PTSD APP

Bust PTSD App is an innovative treatment approach for Post-traumatic stress disorder/syndrome (PTSD) available on smartphones. Bust PTSD App is evidence-based and ameliorates PTSD symptoms at the neurological level. The science behind this treatment approach is based upon and effectively combines the applicable elements of cognitive behavior therapy, imagery, behaviorist approach, somatic/body-oriented therapeutic approach, and yoga/meditation’s grounding techniques. Treatment with the BustPTSD approach can greatly reduce hyper vigilance, intrusive thoughts and avoidance behavior in most of the cases where such symptoms typical of PTSD complex (according to DSM-5) are noted. Bust PTSD App may also help deal with depression, panic attacks and anxiety issues as unresolved and untreated PTSD can be a contributing factor in a several mental health conditions.

By helping to deal with maladaptive and learned behavior patterns, this treatment approach lays down the foundation for a healthy and happy life. It has shown remarkable results for war-veterans, victims of violence, sexual abuse, accidents and other PTSD causing experiences.

The beauty of Bust PTSD approach: No personal information disclosure, affordable, convenient, easy to access and greatly reduces symptoms and improves quality of life.

References

  1. Cognitive Beahviour Therapy (CBT) Approach: Dr. Christine Padesky’s Constructive Language Approach in CBT.
    • Clinicians Guide to Mind Over Mood, By Dr. Christine Padesky
  2. Imagery Approach: Dr. Akhter Ahsen’s Image Psychology
    • Dolan, Anna T. (1997) Imagery Treatment of Phobias, Anxiety States and other Symptom Complexes in Akhter Ahsen's Image Psychology, New York: Brandon House
    • Hochman, Judith, Ph.D., LMHC. (2007) Brief Image Therapy: Ahsen's 10 Session Model, New York: Brandon House
  3. Behaviorist Approach: Dr. Joseph Wolpe’s Systematic Desensitization.
    • Wolpe, J. (1958). Psychotherapy by reciprocal inhibition. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
  4. Somatic Approach: Somatic or Body Oriented Psychotherapy
    • Levine, Peter A. with Frederick, Ann: Waking the Tiger. Healing Trauma. North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, CA, 1997
    • Moskowitz, A., Schafer, I., & Dorahy, M.J. (Eds)(2008) Psychosis, Trauma and Dissociation: Emerging Perspectives on Severe Psychopathology. Wiley, Blackwell
  5. Grounding/Relaxation Techniques: Yoga & Meditation
    • Lutz et. al; Slagter, HA; Dunne, JD; Davidson, RJ (2008). "Attention regulation and monitoring in meditation". Trends in cognitive sciences.
    • Rainforth, Maxwell; Robert H. Schneider, MD, Sanford I. Nidich, EdD, Carolyn Gaylord- King, PhD, John W. Salerno, PhD, and James W. Anderson, MD (March 2008). Stress Reduction Programs in Patients with Elevated Blood Pressure: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. NIH Public Access.

We wish you good luck for taking a step towards a positive change.

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*Last Updated: May, 2016


Bust ANXIETY Smartphone APP

Bust ANXIETY App is an innovative treatment approach for Anxiety disorder available on smartphones. Bust ANXIETY App is evidence-based and ameliorates Anxiety symptoms at the neurological level. The science behind this treatment approach is based upon and effectively combines the applicable elements of cognitive behavior therapy, imagery, behaviorist approach, somatic/body-oriented therapeutic approach, and yoga/meditation\92s grounding techniques. Treatment with the Bust ANXIETY approach can greatly reduce avoidance behavior, fear & worry, irritability, restlessness, sleep disturbance, muscle tension, fatigue and confusion in most of the cases where such symptoms typical of Anxiety Disorder (according to DSM-5) are noted. Bust ANXIETY App may also help deal with depression, PTSD and panic attack issues as unresolved and untreated Anxiety Disorder can be a contributing factor in several mental health conditions.

By helping to deal with maladaptive and learned behavior patterns, this treatment approach lays down the foundation for a healthy and happy life. It has shown remarkable results for war-veterans, victims of violence, sexual abuse, accidents and other Anxiety causing experiences.

The beauty of Bust ANXIETY approach: No personal information disclosure, affordable, convenient, easy to access and greatly reduces symptoms and improves quality of life.

References

  1. Behaviorist Approach: Dr. Joseph Wolpe\92s Systematic Desensitization.
    • Wolpe, J. (1958). Psychotherapy by reciprocal inhibition. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
  2. Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) Approach: Dr. Christine Padesky\92s Constructive Language Approach in CBT
    • Clinicians Guide to Mind Over Mood, By Dr. Christine Padesky
  3. Grounding/Relaxation Techniques: Yoga & Meditation
    • Lutz et. al; Slagter, HA; Dunne, JD; Davidson, RJ (2008). "Attention regulation and monitoring in meditation". Trends in cognitive sciences
    • Rainforth, Maxwell; Robert H. Schneider, MD, Sanford I. Nidich, EdD, Carolyn Gaylord- King, PhD, John W. Salerno, PhD, and James W. Anderson, MD (March 2008). Stress Reduction Programs in Patients with Elevated Blood Pressure: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. NIH Public Access.
  4. Imagery Approach: Dr. Akhter Ahsen\92s Image Psychology
    • Dolan, Anna T. (1997) Imagery Treatment of Phobias, Anxiety States and other Symptom Complexes in Akhter Ahsen's Image Psychology, New York: Brandon House
    • Hochman, Judith, Ph.D., LMHC. (2007) Brief Image Therapy: Ahsen's 10 Session Model, New York: Brandon House
  5. Somatic Approach:
    • Levine, Peter A. with Frederick, Ann: Waking the Tiger. Healing Trauma. North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, CA, 1997
    • (b) Moskowitz, A., Schafer, I., & Dorahy, M.J. (Eds)(2008) Psychosis, Trauma and Dissociation: Emerging Perspectives on Severe Psychopathology. Wiley, Blackwell

We wish you good luck for taking a step towards a positive change.

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