Rewind technique workshop (in person) with Dr David Muss

07748 371 514 07748 371 514
20th April 2024, 10.00am - 4.30pm
Counsellors and trainees
Burlington Hotel, 6 Burlington Arcade, 126 New Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B2 4JQ

Rewind technique for trauma: 1-day workshop

A rare opportunity to train in person, with the 80-year-old originator, Dr David Muss. Limited spaces, so book early to secure your place.

MRT (Muss rewind technique) evidence-based PTSD therapy -effective & safe within one to three sessions. Journal of Depression and Anxiety 



What is included:

1-day workshop teaching therapists how to use the rewind technique to resolve or significantly reduce PTSD symptoms.

You will leave with the knowledge required to use Rewind Technique with your clients straight away. You also receive;

  • FREE access to my video course
  • Comprehensive manual 
  • 5 hours BPS CPD certificate
  • Free email or telephone supervision with Dr Muss                   
  • Free Zoom Q&A session with Dr Muss one month after the workshop
  • Free listing on the IARTT register of rewind practitioners

Tea & Coffee are provided on arrival during registration, water is provided all day. Please bring or provide your own lunch, as the break is short to make the most of time in the workshop.

Free membership to IARTT following completion of the workshop, passing a multiple choice questionnaire & submission of 2 case studies.

Apply here for your place to train with the originator, with over 30 years of experience treating civilians, military and groups.

No PTSD treatment is 100% successful but, rewind practitioners claim an 85% closure rate so keep CBT and EMDR (50 % success rate) as your backup. You can read their case studies at

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Hosted by Lyanne Pudney

Dr David Muss is the founder of the International Association for Rewind Trauma Therapy He has spent over 30 years, triggered by his wife’s trauma, using rewind technique and training others in this enduring, safe, treatment for PTSD. Many NHS services, charities and organisations have been using Muss' Rewind Technique for years.