By Jon Kelly
VANCOUVER, BC – Exclusive new video published to social media on Saturday, January 6, 2017, explores multidimensional speech of U.S. veterans participating in advanced treatment for PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). The veterans’ statements were originally broadcast by CBS Television’s “60 Minutes” in 2013. “PTSD Recovery Secrets” shows how digital audio sampling technology can expose seeming multidimensional mirror-encrypted narratives from within veterans’ remarks. Hidden statements revealed by following the simple how-to instructions suggest access to profound insight into veterans’ emotional worlds and their journey to optimal recovery.
Although originally conceived with recovering veterans in mind, PTSD has now attained a much wider inclusive status that considers members of the general public who have lived through traumatic events as well. According to a recent article that appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald, family caregivers supporting the elderly can show symptoms, for example. By 2013 the Veteran’s Administration was utilizing therapeutic models derived from the treatment of sexual abuse and rape victims to treat these cases, according to CBS.
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Regarding “PTSD Recovery Secrets”, expert clinician Jon Kelly from YourInnerVoice.com shared the following remarks. “I think what we’re seeing is how technology can enable deeper exploration into previously unknown aspects of natural phenomena in human behavior,” he reflected. “Ableton Live’s sample-management features shown in the video allow anyone to listen to sleep talking-like mirror-encrypted inclusions in the statements of PTSD sufferers. If more mental health practitioners active in treating these cases were to adopt such a procedure it could provide an effective means to fast-track optimal recovery and integration for patients.”
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