Christina Cherry Healing


BLAST practitioner in Bedfordshire

BLAST Technique

clear emotional trauma and emotional blocks

Is emotional trauma from your past still affecting your life? Using the BLAST Technique® you can re-programme negative emotions from past events and so resolve them. If you are suffering from the effects of a serious trauma, such as assault, abuse or PTSD, a BLAST session can help. If issues such as anxiety, phobias or addictions are troubling you, the BLAST Technique can help you release and resolve them.

The process is very gentle and uses a light pen and eye movement to release the trauma while you picture the event in your mind. Most single layer trauma can be released in just one session. More complex multi-layer issues may require up to 4 sessions. It is suitable for both adults and children.

How can the BLAST Technique help you?

The BLAST Technique® has helped to resolve PTSD and trauma from:

  • Sexual assaults, child abuse, relationship abuse,
  • Physical assaults, robbery and mugging,
  • Terrorist attacks,
  • Natural disasters,
  • Diagnosis with life-threatening illness.

In addition to PTSD and severe trauma, the BLAST Technique® has also been effective in treating a host of other conditions including:

release PTSD, emotional trauma
  • Anxiety and general anxiety disorder,
  • Depression,
  • Postnatal depression,
  • Traumatic birth,
  • Addictions and cravings
  • Phobias,
  • Allergies,
  • Intimidation from bullying,
  • Jealousy,
  • Anger and rage,
  • Guilt,
  • Shame,
  • Insomnia,
  • Bereavement and grief,
  • Relationship breakups

The BLAST Technique can also help you to uncover and resolve the root cause of negative feelings or emotions.  

Can you have BLAST remotely?

A BLAST session is also effective over Skype, Zoom or similar. So BLAST online sessions are ideal to help those who are currently self-isolating and feeling stress and anxiety.

Read Testimonials for BLAST

“I had BLAST therapy from Christina recently over Skype when I was feeling very stressed. I was struggling to cope with thinking about too many things at once and felt like I wasn’t in control of my emotions. The techniques Christina used during the session really helped me work through this. It left me feeling much calmer with a clearer mind right after the session and subsequently. Would definitely recommend Christina and BLAST online sessions.” Thomas B, Lancashire

“The BLAST process was brilliant – I felt really good afterwards, and actually I’ve been feeling surprisingly calm throughout this strange time (Covid-19).” Caroline W, Cambridge

Read extensive feedback from individuals about how BLAST has helped them release severe traumas, PTSD, stress, addictions and phobias.

How does the BLAST Technique work?

Neuroscience research shows that in sufferers of PTSD and trauma structures in the right hemisphere of the brain are overactive. So they are still acting as if there is an immediate threat . The BLAST Technique® utilises precise bi-lateral movements with a light pen. This helps the memory access the left, more logical hemisphere of the brain. The process also involves specific suggestions to the client which help reprocess the traumatic event. So they understand what happened and can remember, but it no longer has any physical or emotional response.

Psychotherapist Nick Davies created The BLAST Technique® 12 years ago in order to speed up the treatment of PTSD and trauma. He wanted to make it more effective so as to create an all-round better and more efficient experience for the client.

The BLAST Technique® draws from some of the research of neuroscientist and neuropsychologists Joseph LeDoux, Peter Naish and Ksenja da Silva. It utilises several treatment modalities to create what BLAST practitioners and clients believe is the fastest, most effective treatment for PTSD, a chronic, but curable condition.

Read about the BLAST Technique in the media

These stories in the press explain some of the ways that BLAST has helped.

VT Magazine: Curing a lady’s heroin addiction

The Daily Express:  PTSD and the popular TV series “Peaky Blinders”

SLOAN! Magazine: How to deal with intrusive thoughts

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