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Ambient Trauma with Gerry Pyves | World Council for Health

The World Council for Health is a non-profit initiative for the people, that is informed and funded by the people, and dedicated to safeguarding human rights and free will while empowering people to take control of their health and well being.

On Wednesday, March 1, 2023, Gerry Pyves led the World Council for Health (WCH) Mind Health webinar, teaching about the ‘invisible’ enemy of Ambient Trauma and how massage and touch can reduce our ambient trauma levels.

In this session, Gerry describes his breakthrough understanding of Ambient Trauma and how we can use the latest neuroscience to deal with it. He believes that this is now the front line of our fight for sovereignty over our bodies and our lives.

What is Ambient Trauma?

Ambient trauma is an insidious form of stealth psychological abuse which has become the main target of the immoral psychologists who now work to promote fear to further the agendas of Governments and corporations worldwide.

Gerry believes they will be totally ineffective, if we can just realize what is going on and how we can counteract it.

Watch Gerry Pyves' fascinating presentation on Ambient Trauma here:

About Gerry Pyves

Gerry Pyves is a member of the WCH Mind Health Committee has been in full-time clinical practice for 38 years as both a Massage Therapist and a Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist.

He is a registered Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist in New Zealand and the United Kingdom endorsed by the governing bodies for Transactional Analysis worldwide to both teach and supervise Psychotherapists.

He is also the author of Touching Trauma, Building Resilience, and the founder and creator of NO HANDS® Massage, where he has trained thousands of massage therapists how to reduce the ambient trauma levels being carried in the bodies of their clients.

“As a neuropsychologist and therapist, I was impressed with the clarity in which Gerry communicates the complexity of the neuroscience of trauma. As a fellow human being, I was repeatedly comforted by his profound empathic understanding of what ultimately binds all

humanity at our deepest level.”

– Dr Anna Reynolds, Clinical Psychologist and Neuropsychologist

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