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What is TIR?

TIR, stands for Traumatic Incident Reduction and is a set of techniques designed to reduce the emotional charge of Traumatic Incidents, especially the loss of a loved one.

The pain we go through when we lose a loved one is so intense, so debilitating that sometimes we feel we can’t even breathe. It hurts like your soul has been bruised. It hurts so deeply because there’s a massive hole in our lives that nobody can fill.

The TIR techniques cannot replace the ones we love, but they are extremely powerful in helping to reduce that pain; and helping you cope.

How can TIR Help Me?

  • TIR can be done online, from the comfort and privacy of your own home;

  • All sessions are confidential;

  • TIR is a rapid method of effectively reducing stress caused by emotionally painful events;

  • TIR provides a “safe space” to help you deal with the pain;

  • TIR reduces the emotional “charge” of bereavement;

  • TIR Techniques help you gain clarity on difficult decisions that come after the loss of a loved one;

  • TIR can be highly effective in easing the intensity of emotional experiences;

  • TIR can help you find your way through the brain-fog of loss;

  • TIR can help you manage the anxiety and overwhelming emotions associated with your loss.


Remote Sessions

I’m an internationally accredited TIR Facilitator and I work online with international clients across the globe, including Australia, Greece and Kuwait.


A single TIR session is typically 2 hours, on average. However, it is not uncommon for a session to run for 3 hours or more. Due to its open-ended nature I charge a “flat rate” of KWD40 for the session. 



TIR may offer benefits for many emotional, psychological, and spiritual concerns. It is NOT a substitute for medical diagnosis, drug therapy, surgery, radiation, or other conventional medical interventions or mental health assistance.

Proper medical exams and diagnostic evaluations by your physician or other mental health professionals are an important aspect for wellbeing. TIR is strictly limited to addressing the emotional charge of Traumatic Incidents. If in doubt, please consult your medical professional.

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