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The BLAST Technique® was created over 11 years ago by psychotherapist Nick Davies in order to speed up the process and efficacy of PTSD and trauma treatment for an all-round better and more efficient experience for the client. It draws from some of the research of neuroscientist and neuropsychologists Joseph LeDoux, Peter Naish and Ksenja da Silva and utilises several treatment modalities to create what we, our students and clients believe, is the fastest most effective treatment for this chronic, yet curable condition. Nick is also known as "The PTSD Whisperer" because his specialism in treating these conditions permanently in the most rapid and effective manner. He has had clients travel from as far as Saudi Arabia, Italy and Australia for treatment, and also many of his fellow therapists across the UK send their most difficult cases to him and as one said recently to their client "If Nick can't fix it, it can't be fixed!".
The BLAST Technique® website was set up to ensure that high standards were maintained for those trained in this protocol and to make it easier for the general public to find properly trained and accredited practitioners. If you'd like your PTSD or trauma treated by one Nick's students please email us at email@example.com with your location and contact details, whilst we are in the process of setting up the directory.
If you want to read about the BLAST Technique® in the media, click on this link to hear how Nick cured a Heroin addiction with it
* Each BLAST Technique® Practitioner has a unique registration number that will be listed on this website so that you can ensure your practitioner has received the proper training and passed their exam.
The National Health Service (NHS) states:
"Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder caused by very stressful, frightening or distressing events. Someone with PTSD often relives the traumatic event through nightmares and flashbacks, and may experience feelings of isolation, irritability and guilt. They may also have problems sleeping, such as insomnia, and find concentrating difficult. These symptoms are often severe and persistent enough to have a significant impact on the person's day-to-day life."