Rochelle Wright,M.S., LMHC, CDP, NCC, EMDR Certified, a Washington-state licensed psychotherapist, has developed the Repair & Reattachment Grief Therapy procedure 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 100 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