• Introduction to Recovering from PTSD

    These PTSD treatment options help those recovering from PTSD in healing the source of their symptoms, so they can experience safety, love, and joy.

    Recovering from PTSD: Transforming Anger, Fear, and Anxiety to Safety, Connection, and Joy.

    Women and men around the world working on recovering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), also known as Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSS), deal with their symptoms from PTSD and Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) for a variety of reasons: Military deployment into a war zone; sexual (and other forms of) abuse; natural disaster or accident; disease or illness; as a victim or witness to violence; in service as a firefighter, police officer, or at work; and in many other ways. PTSD results from witnessing, experiencing, or being involved in some other way (physically, emotionally, or spiritually) in a momentary or ongoing trauma, and recovering from PTSD is not always easy, to say the least.

    Recovering from PTSD: The Impact of PTSD

    Common challenges and concerns faced by people recovering from PTSD are anger, fear, anxiety, depression, and exhaustion. These symptoms manifest in ways that are both unpredictable and overwhelming to the point of rendering the individual with PTSD incapable of action for making forward progress in life, or healthy productive interaction with others including family, children and partners. Self esteem declines. For those recovering from PTSD, issues around trust and safety expand to all elements of life. These problems are incredibly disruptive to both the person dealing with PTSD and to spouse, family, and friends. Many times people recovering from PTSD feel as though they’re dealing with an unseen disability that is not easily understood by anyone – including themselves.

    Recovering From PTSD

    Recovering From PTSD

    One of the most basic and illusive elements for those recovering from PTSD is that PTSD is not a “thought problem.” It does not originate in the mind, though many times those recovering from PTSD have symptoms that play out in the mind (e.g., anxiety and fear). Thus, many who are working on recovering from PTSD experience tremendous frustration trying to utilize traditional and non-traditional treatment options, as many focus on the mind’s involvement while not effectively addressing the other affected areas of the person recovering from PTSD.


    PTSD is a multi-faceted visceral problem and those who anticipate recovering from PTSD need a visceral solution–

    A solution that will facilitate a comprehensive and sustainable transformation in their life.

    Recovering from PTSD: Transforming PTSD Symptoms to Safety, Connection, and Joy

    At a very basic level, individuals recovering from PTSD feel fractured – in some cases even as if there’s a piece missing – as if all of their components (mind, body, soul) are not communicating or working together. This awareness gives rise to the door through which the symptoms and experience of PTSD are transformed to their opposite. Fear and anxiety transform to safety and happiness. Self loathing/hatred and anger transform to love and connection. Depression and lack of focus transform to clarity and joy.

    This transformation is fairly simple. It requires no drugs or talk therapy.

    Ken Stone helps people who want to let go of their emotional and physical pain from PTSD and C-PTSD, so they can experience love, trust, and joy. Ken teaches his clients a simple yet profound three-step process and his clients tell him their anxiety and anger melt away, they find safety that is with them all of the time, and their life has joy without sadness.

    Ken’s e-book on Recovering from PTSD – which outlines this process in detail – and includes links to exercises to help you in recovering from PTSD is in the process of being revised right now. Please watch this complimentary video where he shares his latest awareness for healing and recovering from trauma and stress.

    As time goes by, the person recovering from PTSD can feel as though their trauma symptoms will be a permanent part of their life. While this perspective makes sense, it does not have to be true. Help for PTSD is available. Help that will transform your life – and the lives of all those you love and care about. And you will go from recovering from PTSD and trying to cope with your symptoms, to experiencing your life and yourself as whole once again.

    Take the next step in your recovery and watch the video series. In it you’ll learn about techniques that has been used by thousands of people around the world to successfully experience a new level of safety and joy while at the same time substantially reducing their physical and emotional pain. Watch the video now and start freeing yourself from your PTSD symptoms right now.