Current PTSD treatments require extensive commitments of time and money and are often ineffective.

Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories (RTM) uses a short visualization process to retrieve and alter the memory. The therapy, currently in the research and verification phases, has shown dramatic indications of success and projections for additional research are also positive. The belief is that RTM, administered early, will remove years of suffering and disability for our veterans and billions of dollars in extended years of payment for PTSD syndrome treatment. It is non-traumatizing and permanently relieves the anxious elements of the disorder.


Peer Reviewed Journal
of the RTM Protocol

Richard M. Gray and Frank Bourke

Remediation of intrusive symptoms of PTSD in fewer than five sessions: a 30-person pre-pilot study of the RTM Protocol, Journal of Military, Veteran, and Family Health.

Traumatology Journal,
Neurology of the RTM Protocol.

Richard M Gray, Ph.D. and Richard F. Liotta, Ph.D.

This article presents the first publication of a neurological analysis of the RTM protocol in a professional journal. It is full of details necessary for the understanding of PTSD and the RTM-VKD protocol.

Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories,
A New Treatment for PTSD

Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories, A New Treatment for PTSD

PTSD: Simple and Complex

An explanation of PTS, its associated problems and the problem of ordering interventions.

Breakthrough found in treatment

September 11, 2001. The events that occurred on that day shook the world to its roots. Hundreds of survivors of the attacks, the first responders who survived the horrors of that day and many family members, began to suffer from exposure to that extreme trauma. The resulting posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms began to take a toll on their lives.