Suicide Loss Trauma Release
Grief and Trauma are TWO different experiences
When we lose a loved one to suicide, we experience traumatic complex grief.
More than ever before, we need to really look after ourselves, because otherwise we become a high risk. The trauma is not our responsibility, but we are responsible for our own healing.
I created this self-paced course to prove that we can release the trauma and we can live alongside grief and we can experience joy again.
We never 'move on', we 'move with' them.
stop Feeling Triggered
Clear The Brain Fog
Release The Anxiety
Discover Your Purpose (if you want)
Why Suicide Loss Grievers Need
There's no denying that losing our loved ones to suicide is beyond devastating and a very isolating place to find ourselves in.
Plus, the relationship between you and your loved one is something no-one else can completely understand (because it's unique between them and you) and the overwhelming pain, heartache and loss is life changing. There's us 'before' ...and us 'now'. We change. Our world has changed. Our wellbeing is in shatters. Relationships suffer. Work suffers. We are exhausted, lost and desperately wishing this wasn't true.
But, my fellow griever, it tragically is...
I'm so sorry.
What do we do now? How we do carry on living without them?
How do we keep going without being in therapy for the rest of our lives or taking medication or numbing the pain with alcohol or other means?
it's your grief; your journey
Every one of us grieves differently. We all live with different circumstances and have different beliefs and values. And just like you and me, every therapist/coach is completely unique too.
If you've read my book (What Suicide Left Behind) and / or follow my grief journey on social media and what I write resonates with you, then I truly believe I can help you even more.
What Is The Trauma Release Course?
I've packaged together proven ways to help with the effects of trauma, PLUS essential support for YOUR wellbeing, because it's more important than ever that you look after you now.
I know how frustratingly difficult and distressing it can be not knowing where to turn, or who can help. So I hope this removes those frustrations for you and feels like a helping hand reaching out from someone who's been there, is there and is navigating her own journey.
I am a qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming (NLP), Qualified Practitioner of The Havening Techniques (science based trauma therapy), Psychosensory Therapies and qualified in many other similar modalities. I have trained in Trauma Therapy, 'Understanding the Suicidal Mind' and (very sadly) have Lived Experience.
I created 'Paradisium' to support others, like me, bereaved by suicide loss, with a community, resources and activities. I also wrote the book 'What Suicide Left Behind'.
My darling brother Stuart, died by suicide, in June 2020.
His legacy of helping others and wanting the world to be a happier, kinder, nicer place for everyone is now my mission.
No waiting list & faster results
As soon as you sign up here, you'll get instant immediate access to start making changes right away. You can also connect with others on the programme should you wish to make new friendships.
Unlike some methods and techniques, you'll be able to experience the benefits right away as you follow the process and apply the changes.
Your wellbeing matters
Looking after our mental wellbeing is not just a 'one off'. We need to maintain the changes made and ensure we can build upon those for long-term resilience.
This is why, after the initial support of releasing the effects of trauma, you will have the continued support of maintaining your mental wellbeing EVERY SINGLE DAY.
less expensive than going private
Even if you spend as little as £60 on a therapy session (the average cost is around £100 per hour), you'll ultimately be seeing the therapist for months, if not years, and this adds up. The average number of sessions for talking therapy/CBT etc is 12 so this equates to £720. The average number of sessions for Advanced Trauma Therapy (approx 3 sessions) varies from £600 to £1000.
wake up without anxiety
Starting the day feeling anxious is exhausting. But there are ways to stop this from happening and you'll learn how to do just this in the programme.
stop feeling triggered
Even the 'T' word can be negatively and emotionally activating for many. But how would you feel if you were no longer activated by certain words, phrases, places, sights, sounds? What difference would this make to your everyday life?
make better choices
Our wellbeing, physical, emotional and mental health has been massively knocked (that's an understatement!). It's crucial that we are kinder to ourselves, get help to improve our wellbeing, find ways to make better choices and decisions...and clear the brain fog.
What is Trauma?
When an event or situation emotionally impacts us in a negative or devastating way, our brain encodes (stores) this as a traumatic event.
It can be something completely out of the blue (unexpected). It can be something that happens to us over time (weeks, months, years). It can feel completely overwhelming. Other people might think it's nothing major, but to us it's significant and life changing.
- Trauma is something we feel is inescapable (whether that's real or perceived). We can't get away from (physically or emotionally) or change what's happening, or has happened. We feel unable to control the situation.
- The meaning of the 'event' or 'situation' or 'experience' is impactful to us.
- The state of our wellbeing at the time may already be anxious, stressed, exhausted, overwhelmed or there are other factors going on in our life which means our emotional cup is already quite full.
When the 'event' is the loss of a loved one, grieving the past present and future, and grieving the loss of 'us' (before they died and after they died), coupled with the unanswerable questions, the 'what ifs', the guilt, the stigma, the why's etc, we experience 'Traumatic Grief' or 'Complex Grief'.
...and this is why it's so important that we find a way to release the trauma from our grief. Because grief is a natural process and one we need to experience and learn to live with.
We will always miss our loved one(s) and we will always grieve them.
Grief is Because We Love Them & Miss Them But Our Bond & Our Love Never Dies.
Why An Online Course?
Why? Because this comes from my grieving heart with the number one intention of helping other suicide loss survivors, like you, to live better with grief WITHOUT the trauma and continuous pain.
It's made to be available to you 24/7/365 with a blend of videos, text, resources, workshops and group calls so that you feel supported to look after your own wellbeing.
I will guide you through each step of the various techniques that I have used on myself to free myself from the traumatic pain and all its consequences of losing my only sibling to suicide in 2020.
By doing this, you'll be able to grieve, remember and honour your loved one in a more nurturing way...and you may even discover a new found purpose.
Sister of Stuart (RIP), Writer, Speaker & Therapist. A voice for Suicide Loss, Mental Wellbeing, Grief & The Menopause.
Founder of Paradisium & What Suicide Left Behind
Ambassador for Suicide & Co Charity
The Misinformation About Therapy
No single therapy 'works' for every single person.
Why is this?
It's because it's how YOU work with the THERAPY rather than how the THERAPY works FOR you. A therapist is a facilitator. They are guiding you through a process or different techniques allowing you to make personal change. It's your internal response based on how you engage in the therapy that makes the difference, and that's under your control.
Unfortunately, we are not born with a 'user manual' and so we have to learn how our minds work as we go through life and only this is a minimal amount. Mental wellbeing and some basic neuroscience should be something we all learn at school.
We all respond differently to medication based on our own biochemistry. It's our chemical response to the medication that either allows it to work, or not work, or gives us side effects. It's the same with therapy/coaching. Our internal responses, beliefs, judgements, comparisons etc are what makes the difference. Plus, if you don't 'connect' with the therapist then it's going to be a challenge, especially if you are thinking "this won't work, this can't help, this is no good" etc. You need to fully engage and experience the process to make it work for you. And just because the NHS choose a particular style of therapy to offer patients, this doesn't mean it's the best (or only option) by any means. Therapy is very much subjective.
Every single therapy session is completely unique; just like you.
The key is finding the right therapist/coach/practitioner rather than focussing on just the type of therapy. Good therapists will train in multiple techniques/methods that include a neuroscience based toolkit and are therefore in a better position to work with YOU rather than work with just the one method.
What Others Say After Reading 'What Suicide Left Behind' Book
"Helped to Normalise my Feelings"
"This was the first book I came across after my brother died by suicide. This book gripped me from the beginning and I couldn’t put it down. The book provides such good support and guidance for your own grief journey. It helped to normalise my feelings, behaviour and emotions and provided good insight into the grief journey ahead of me."
Customer Review - Amazon
"To know that all my turbulent emotions had been experienced by someone else going through suicide grief gave me profound support. Suicide grief is raw, painful, frightening and haphazard - this book made me feel I had a best friend sitting next to me as I read it."
customer review - amazon
"...Leaves You With Hope"
"This book is accessible, it’s real, it is an unapologetic mix of raw emotion, reflection and wisdom. It captures the depth of the pain but still leaves you with hope.
Hope for yourself, hope for your family and hope for humanity itself."
customer review - amazon
Overview of The Course Programme
Rest & Reflect
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Remember Them With More Love & Hope Than Trauma & Pain
Suicide Loss is a Complex Grief
Losing a loved one (or loved ones) to suicide is life changing. It can not only impact on your wellbeing (both physical and mental health) but also your relationships, your career, your parenting, your social life, your finances, your confidence, your faith, your emotions....the list is endless.
Our grief is the testament of our love, so as we know, the stronger we grieve, the stronger our love and how much we miss them. BUT, grief doesn't mean we have to hold onto the pain and suffering. We can find ways to lessen the pain. And we certainly can find ways to release the trauma.
Grief is made harder when life around us feels difficult. When we are stressed, worried, anxious, fearful, afraid, it all seems too much to bear. I know, because I've been there. My brother's passing was completely out of the blue as there was no history of any mental health issues. He was (and still is) my only sibling. He was there from the moment I was born and he left 46 years and 47 days later in June 2020 when he was 48 years old.
I was perimenopausal at the time, an exhausted sleep deprived mum of twin toddlers and in the midst of Covid lockdown, trying to work and run a busy household and managing a chronic illness. And then, bam! The worst happened and suddenly I felt very alone in trying to figure out how to take my next breath. The trauma and shock stopped me from properly grieving, so it got bottled up. One thing I've now learnt from my brother's passing is never to bottle anything up (no matter what it is) and grief needs to flow freely.
I've created this programme to share with and teach you what has helped me the most. The steps I've taken and the changes I've made, and, as a result, I'm no longer experiencing the pain that I felt in the first 18 months. This has been a pivotel moment which I never thought I'd experience. My sincere hope is that this helps you too.
Options to make the programme as accessible to as many as possible.
Monthly Access to full programme/course including new content/resources when added when you are still subscribed.
Connect With Others, Workshops and more.
Pay £75 upfront for 6 months full access
(gives you 1 month FREE).
As Monthly Access but Pay Once.
Pay once, receive full access online for 1 year PLUS a private one to one Trauma Release Session with me.
My 100% Guarantee for 21-Days
If, for any reason, you don't like my wellbeing programme, you can get a full refund anytime within 21 days after your purchase of the 'one time payment' option (6 month access).
My 1:1 Coaching Clients
Your sessions have been a life changer
"Honestly doing so well with everything - I can’t thank you enough! Your sessions have been such a life changer. I had a bit of a situation recently (something which previously would’ve set me off) but I remained calm and level headed and it was such a relief and an amazing moment! Once again thank you so much!
You’re an absolute life saver! Thank you!"
Thank you for changing my life!
"Thank you so much for changing my life! My husband can not believe the difference in me. This may sound dramatic but you have potentially saved my marriage!"
Compassion and understanding
"Linzi has been absolutely amazing for me and my son - we have come a long way with her support and are so grateful to her. She shows real compassion and understanding and I would refer her to anyone needing help and indeed have done on several occasions.
Thanks Linzi, you are a star!"
Frequently asked questions
I would say this probably isn't right for you right now. However, that's not to say you can't give the programme a go. Strong medications can cause many side effects and make it harder for you to experience the real benefits of how you can change your brain chemistry and neuropathways. It's entirely your decision. Anyone taking this course should be wanting to help themselves and improve their mental wellbeing. It's about taking action and fully engaging in the techniques, changing habits and being open to positive change.
A phrase I see often is "if you don't make time for your wellbeing, you'll be forced to make time for your illness". In my opinion, your number one priority right now should be your wellbeing. As they say on the airlines, always put your oxygen mask on first before helping others. If we want to do something, we will always find the time. If we don't, then we won't find the time.....and afterall, time is just something we have socially constructed. We give it meaning and when we change what time means to us personally, it opens up a whole new world!
Absolutely! Connecting with others is one of our basic human needs. And when we have experienced devastating loss, the need becomes all the more important. Everyone on the programme can connect via the private FB group and meet on live group calls.
It's unlikely that you will not benefit in some way by following and experiencing the programme. As humans, we tend to think that we are what happens to us and this can't be changed, rather than thinking that we can change how we respond to what happens around us. This programme is all about you learning how to change what's going on inside to help you live better. When you make this work for you by fully immersing yourself and experiencing what you learn, then it will work. If you don't, then it won't!
When things change inside you, things change around you....