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22Zero is a 501 (c) 3, nonprofit
WHY we do what we do
We believe there is a better way to deal with traumatic emotions and negative emotions affecting our day-to-day lives. We developed the Tactical Resiliency Process (TRP) which is the heart of our interventions. They are the Trauma Resiliency-Protocol (TR-P) and the Emotions Management Process (EMP).
HOW we do it
We challenge the status quo by developing research on effective treatments such as TRP/EMP, and we were able to show 100 clients were successful at eliminating the symptoms of PTSD in our “Testing the Model” study. We completed a second study with 100 more clients in “Validating the Model” to show all of them were PTSD-free as well. The third study showed 66 children also became PTSD-Free, all of them! Let that sink in!
Our success-based practice is 100 percent successful at neutralIZING PTSD symptoms across 3 studies
“The Brain does the work with or without your permission if visuals are done correctly.”
WHAT we do
We are contributing to a purpose and restoring the lives of America’s sons and daughters that put a uniform on for a purpose much bigger than self.
The Tactical Resiliency Process consists of
The trauma resiliency-protocol (TR-P) & the Emotions Management Process (EMP) they will Heal the Hero.
After TR-P and EMP, a veteran’s wife puts it as real as it gets:
“He gets to finally live rather than just resisting the desire to die”. Jessica M.
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