1980 North 2000 West

Suite 100

Farr West, UT 84404

Office: (801) 882-8189

Dennis: (801) 628-0693

Abuse Traumatic Stress Desensitization

The Emotional Skills and Tools of Positive Mind Management Hypnotherapy thoroughly address the issues of trauma producing experiences and make you self-reliant, and in self-control of your emotions and behaviors.  In just a few weeks of learning these new tools and going through the subconscious desensitizing processes utilizing you will be free of past abuse, molestation's, and first responder experiences.  You will learn the levels of emotions and know how to control them through adjusting your imagination and altering the perceptions of the memories.  These processes collapse old unwanted emotions and releases energetic trauma from the body.

Please read what a solider and police officer had to say about his experience learning these new skills and tools, and then a Relief Society President who cleared up some childhood experiential trauma.

Letter from a Soldier and Police Officer - First Responder

               I have worked as a certified police officer for 12 years. I am also a member of the Army National Guard. As a police officer and Soldier I have seen some of the great things along with the terrible.

               Following a combat deployment in 2007 I experienced Post Traumatic Stress Disorder that led to times of being alone with my thoughts. Those thoughts would consume my mind with depression. I still have a difficult time to this day of watching fireworks. I have taken lives and have seen fellow Soldiers hurt and killed. The answer for treating the PTSD was medication. In my experience, this did nothing to help. It only took time to overcome some of the memories I have from combat.

               I began Positive Mind Management following a police shooting that left a man dead. Sparing the details, I was informed several months later that the County Attorney was considering criminal charges against me. I was an absolute mental wreck. Lack of sleep along with constant crying occurrence during those days. I gained weight and had suicidal thoughts on several occasions. The stressed and reality of criminal charges led to a path of my unknown future.  I let my thoughts destroy me and recognized the depression enter into my mind. I would relive the shooting on a daily basis. I had killed men before in the Afghanistan but this was different. This killing was of a man at home and not in a far off land.  I was refereed to Dennis by way of a religious leader who wanted to help me control my stress and depression.

               Meeting Dennis allowed me to fight against the horrible things I was saying about myself. I went to Dennis with a mindset that I wanted to learn all I could to change my thought process. His plain blunt approach was what I needed. During our time together, he taught me how to identify and fight against “potty” words that brought me down. Dennis was able to assist me in identifying where those suicidal thoughts come from. One important lesson I learned was not allowing untrue things enter past the “Critical Factor Filter”.

               Since very little communication was happening between lawyers, I was left to assume many things. My mind began to wonder and think of the worst case scenario. Every time I would leave a visit with Dennis I would leave feeling wonderful inside. We would confront the assumptions, fears, depression, feelings, anger and other emotions to include taking someone life.

I would put forth the effort in what steps we were working on. I kept a journal every day since the shooting and I would reflect on the days that I visited Dennis and the tools he taught me to have a positive mind.

The tools Dennis has taught me saved my life. To this day I constantly think of that shooting. There are permanent effects from that day that I will always keep with me. What will also stay with me are the tools Dennis taught me. I

I know I am not the only first responder who sees horrible things day after day. Suicide is a real thing with first responders and service members alike. Positive Mind Management is something that I cannot put into words of how grateful I am to learn of this tool in my life. To this day, I still fall asleep to Dennis’ voice from his hypnotherapy tape. Thank You, Dennis.

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"I've been to various counselors over the past 30 years looking for solutions and healing for several childhood traumas that have been life altering. It seemed like I was sentenced to drag around this "dead wood" for the rest of my life.  Through the recommendation of my Bishop and Stake President I met with Dennis Parker. 

My understanding of hypnotherapy was extremely limited. I soon learned that this method is actually something that could heal and resolve my early traumas.   These early childhood events had caused me to become "derailed" in my thought processes about myself and others.  As I identified these issues, they began to fill in the puzzle pieces as to my personal belief system that dominated my thought processes and actions. It was an incredible experienced to understand how truth can set you free. The process of discovering how my thoughts generate feelings, our imagination will amplify these feelings, and then we act them out has been life changing for me.  

For the first time in my life I feel healthy, whole and ready to look forward down my path rather than behind. The mind chatter that dragged me down all day long is finally silenced. I have the power to keep myself living in the present and not the past. I have the power to be happy, loving, kind, empathetic, and generous any time I need to be.  I have better clarity, purpose, and a healthy belief system of myself. I'm learning techniques that will reinforce my "Belief filter system" to protect myself from lies and misconceptions.  In each therapy session I felt in complete control of my memories, and ability to navigate the process of healing them.  

This is the first time in my life that I actually feel free from my crippled perceptions of myself and others.  I'm finally able to love with all my heart, because my heart no longer hurts.  I completely recommend this type of therapy for anyone." 

Ward Relief Society President - P


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