Brain Healing and Recovery from PTSD Improved with New Method

PHOENIX November 28, 2012 — “A Good Brain Washing” book/workbook (ISBN 9781481077941) by Georganne Bickle, nonfiction work exploring the brain’s processes during thought and emotion and details the method of creating a personalized recording.
By: Georganne Bickle, Author/Speaker
Nov. 27, 2012 - PRLog -- “Other methods to eliminate the flashbacks and nightmares from PTSD failed miserably,” states Bickle. “Of all the therapies I tried over the past ten years nothing has worked to change my life as effectively as this recording tool.”

Current medical studies have proven the brain’s ability to prioritize functions in response self-voice recognition and the power of repeating positive statements. These practices actually create stronger connections between the brain’s neurons and the ability to form stronger bonds with the release of neurotransmitters across the synaptic cleft. Bickle’s book explores these processes and provides insight into the science behind this method. The chapter on brain anatomy and function includes text in everyday language with fourteen illustrations to make it easy for the average person to understand the brain.  The workbook portion of the book addresses every area of life and includes specialized sections for PTSD/Mental Illness, Addiction Recovery, and Teenagers.    

“A Good Brain Washing” is available in paperback on and the author’s web site.

About the Author:
Georganne Bickle is a native Phoenician and a veteran of the Arizona Air National Guard, U.S. Air Force, and U.S. Navy. She is the author of the book “Dear Men: A True Story”, magazine articles, short stories, and poems.

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