Retracing Sequence Method™
Retracing Sequence Method™ (RSM™) is a Christ-centered, neuro-emotional therapeutic tool that transforms neurological imbalances arising out of the psychology and physiology of unresolved stress that limits the expression of a person’s authentic identity and life’s potential.
“Retrace for soul restoration - the journey back to finding you."
Rashelle Wilson, M.A., CMHC, Trauma Specialist, RSM Founder
Interview with RSM's Founder, Rashelle Wilson
Your Soul's Health.
"Be careful how you think; your life is shaped by your thoughts." (Proverbs 4:23 GNT)
Your thoughts create belief systems that shape your brain's neurological functioning and produce the life you expect to live.
Interpersonal neuroscience demonstrates that humans create enduring belief systems early in life; as the brain develops into adulthood, early childhood belief systems continue to operate at the unconscious brain level and produce the life the person expects.
Traditional mental health approaches work "top-down" through talk-therapy and focus on changing negative behavioral outcomes. This approach leaves the negative belief systems, which are causing mental and emotional dis-ease, in place and untouched.
RSM's neuroemotioanl approach works "bottom-up" by utilizing a neuroemotional therapeutic tool to discover and eradicate the embedded negative belief systems that are causing the internal mental and emotional dis-ease; behaviors are simply the outcomes of a person's belief systems; therefore, change the mindset - change the behaviors - change the life.
Evidence-Based Practice. RSM's protocol is based on neuroscience research, systematic randomized control trials, reviews, results and conclusions of valid, reputable studies, and clinical practice guidelines within neuro-emotional practices.
RSM was established in 2002 to help clients effectively address the mental and emotional patterns that produce insecure attachment styles and deal with unresolved childhood trauma (e.g., victims of sexual and physical abuse, domestic violence, human trafficking, PTSD, etc.), which, if left unattended and unhealed, produce negative coping mechanisms and destructive behavioral outcomes.