Psychotherapists Heal Clients’ Grief by Helping them Experience Afterlife Communication with Loved Ones
Rochelle Wright, M.S., LMHC, CDP, NCC, EMDR Certified, is a Washington-state licensed psychotherapist who has developed a procedure for use by state-licensed psychotherapists that reduces grief in a single session for 98% of clients by helping them have afterlife connections with the loved ones for whom they are grieving while in the psychotherapist’s office. Rochelle has trained over 100 psychotherapists to use the procedure, named Repair & Reattachment Grief Therapy. It is a remarkable breakthrough in the field of grief therapy that has a profound effect on clients.
Repair & Reattachment Grief Therapy
Rochelle developed the Repair & Reattachment Grief Therapy procedure that psychotherapists are using to help clients communicate with loved ones for whom they are grieving. The psychotherapist uses bilateral stimulation to help the client enter a state in which afterlife communications occur. It is successful with 98% of the clients who experience it, and the clients’ grief reduces from high scores of 10 and 10 plus plus plus on a 10-point score for the disturbance of thoughts about the deceased loved one to 0, 1, or 2 in a single session. You can read actual accounts of Repair & Reattachment Grief Therapy sessions the clients have given us permission to share. Read the accounts.
You can learn more about Repair & Reattachment Grief Therapy and about becoming a trained psychotherapist at this link: Learn more.
Lists of Trained Psychotherapists
Over 140 psychotherapists have been trained to administer the Repair & Reattachment Grief Therapy that includes the Guided Afterlife Communication. The psychotherapists are from 19 states and Canada, Germany, Mexico, and the UK. A list of the trained psychotherapists is available: Psychotherapists
Videos about the Procedure
AREI has developed an introductory video on the Repair & Reattachment Grief Therapy procedure. The video follows:
AREI has also produced a video describing the training state-licensed psychotherapists can have to help their clients have afterlife connections. The video follows:
Publication of a Book on the Procedure
Craig Hogan and Rochelle Wright have co-authored a book about the Repair & Reattachment/Guided Afterlife Connections Grief Therapy method. It contains 26 stories of real clients who experienced successful connections with loved ones through the therapy method. Read about the book
- One study of the procedure shows that the procedure reduces grief from scores of 10 on the 1- to 10-point scale of distress the client is experiencing to scores of 0, 1, or 2
- The procedure is now being used by over 100 psychotherapists with great success
- New psychotherapists are being trained at the rate of 20 a year.
Read accounts of actual Repair & Reattachment Grief Therapy sessions . . .
Details about Rochelle Wright
More information about Rochelle Wright’s work is available at this link: Rochelle Wright
Future Advancements with Funding
This breakthrough grief therapy method will revolutionize grief therapy and enable people to have the afterlife communication experiences that will change them as human beings. With funding, Rochelle will be able to complete studies to validate scientifically what is already being validated by the consistent, remarkable results in clients. When the psychological community has the validation in the psychology literature, more psychotherapists will seek training, resulting in widespread alleviation of grief and spiritual transformation of clients. The goal is to have trained psychotherapists in every city in the world.
Project Needing Funding
Validate the Effect of Repair and Reattachment Grief Counseling on Grief
The method has great face validity, and the one study of Repair and Reattachment Grief Counseling showed that it dramatically reduces the disturbance of grief and traumatic memories in a single session. The procedure now needs formal studies to determine its effect on clients so it is widely accepted by the psychotherapy community. In this project, the over 100 psychotherapists now trained in the procedure will administer pre-counseling and post-counseling tests to determine the effects on clients. Long-term studies will evaluate the effects on clients over a period of time.
- Validation of the method as a highly effective method of reducing grief
- Comparison of the method with conventional grief therapy
- 12 months
|Sessions per psychotherapist||5|
|Total psychotherapist costs||$ 40,000.00|
|Project management||$ 2,000.00|
|PROJECT TOTAL||$ 45,000.00|