Rehana Webster developer and founder of Trauma Buster Technique (TBT), a fast, efficient, and simple tool that helps trauma victims recover and lead a functional and satisfying life again.
She is an EFT Founding Master and NLP Master, with a background in Biology and Anthropology (B.Sc, University of Toronto). Rehana is a global citizen, born in Pakistan and after completing high school her family moved overseas. She lived in France, the UK where she continued her studies, and then via the Turks and Caicos and Bahamas on to Canada. After 20 years in Canada, the travel bug got her and she moved to Australia. This chapter in her life includes many years spent in New Zealand. Here is where TBT was developed. She had the opportunity to work at the Corrections/Prison Department. Her curious and problem-solving nature led her to mix and match many techniques she had studied and with the willing help of her clients she succeeded in developing a simple and effective way of eliminating the psychological imprint that trauma leaves in our neurology. Thus TBT was fully formulated.
Workshops are presented in the language of the country by trainers who have been trained by Rehana. 2020 has brought many changes to the way workshops are delivered. We are now delivering training regularly using online platforms.
Over the years, Rehana has worked tirelessly in spreading this trauma release/relief technique to many parts of the world. She has taken TBT to several countries from Pakistan to Germany, Switzerland, France, Jordan, Lebanon, Australia, and New Zealand. She trained people working with street children, drug addicts, war veterans, victims of sexual abuse, incest, refugees fleeing from torture, etc.
Rehana was invited to train a selected group of over 2 dozen people from Syria. The workshop was held at a secret location in Lebanon for the safety of the participants. TBT is being actively used in Syria.
As a result of past workshops she delivered in Pakistan, Rehana was invited by SDS (Sindh Development Society) and CPU (Child Protection Unit) to work with the clients of Darulaman Women’s Shelter in Sukkur. Darulaman houses women labeled ‘KARI’ (the insidious tradition of honor killing).
Rehana says, “…one of the highlights for me was presenting TBT at the OXFAM national conference on Violence Against Women in Police Custody.” OXFAM International is a confederation of 17 organizations working together to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice.
Click here to find out more about Rehana and how she got started, in her interview on Daring Dreamers Radio.
Rehana travels to many difficult regions of the world – often deep into the rugged countryside – to share TBT with trauma victims, doctors, health practitioners, and social workers who help people who live so far from cities and towns.
Here are a few pictures from her travels to Pakistan!