Revisioning is a new evidence-based psychotherapy that rapidly treats prolonged grief, PTSD, depression, addictions, and dissociative disorders.
Revisioning is the only psychotherapy to target the mirror neuron system, the center of empathy. Revisioning is an adaptation of a neurological rehabilitation technique used to treat phantom limb pain. Grief and Trauma cause neuroplasticity in the identity centers of the brain. Revisioning can reverse this neuroplasticity and reconnect clients with happiness and calmness within minutes.
"I want to give a big shout out to Dr. Rider for helping me get back on the right path. My twin brother died and the pain of that loss seemed unbearable. I was overcome with anguish, grief, and sorrow and began questioning life itself. But the techniques that Dr. Rider uses and the professionalism by which he uses them provided immediate and positive relief. I have peace and hope for a bright future. And, I'm smiling again." JW
The Revisioning Center is a treatment, teaching, and research facility. Treatment can be very short-term for complicated grief and PTSD. Many therapists refer their clients to the center for specific treatment of grief or trauma, who then return back to their therapists. The Revisioning Center is also a training facility where licensed therapists can take the 18 hour certification program. Research on Revisioning is currently underway in Arizona and Denton.
Revisioning works through simulating the re-attachment in a mirror of elements of lost identity following grief or trauma. Clients often prefer Revisioning as they don't have to re-live traumatic events.
Revisioning has been found to activate the Mirror Neuron System and six additional brain networks . This creates more empathy for the client, which overrides grief and trauma.
Description of Revisioning by Dr. Mark Rider
Typical patient results following Revisioning include:
▪ Ability to look at photos of lost loved ones without distress and sadness.
▪ Ability to connect with others more easily.
▪ Decrease or elimination of suicidal thoughts.
▪ Ability to regain 'lost' self identity and coping ability.
▪ Increased self-confidence and decreased self-blame.
▪ Decreased dissociation in PTSD and Dissociative Disorders.
▪ Decrease in flashbacks and nightmares.
▪ Decrease in depression and emotional numbing due to PTSD.
▪ Decrease in anxiety and insomnia.
Client Summarizing Revisioning Treatment