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Debbie Stanton

Hypnotherapy explained in a nutshell

Posted by Debbie Stanton

20 Days Ago


Hypnotherapy has been practiced for a long time and used for anything from eliminating bad habits to relieving stress, pain, fear and anxiety. Hypnotherapy can change our minds to accept new, healthier habits or preferred responses by placing positive suggestions deep into the subconscious parts of our brains. Once out of trance, the subconscious then sends... [read more]

Stephen Walker

The Second Agreement

Posted by Stephen Walker

31 Days Ago


I was talking to one of my clients this week who was hurt by the behavior of his boss. For the first time he was late to work due to blocking of some roads by an accident, preventing him from taking the direct path to the office. The boss was disturbed by this lateness of about... [read more]

Paul Hayward

How does counselling work?

Posted by Paul Hayward

43 Days Ago


My philosophy of counselling is quite simple: have faith in the person and have faith in the process. It is a simple philosophy, but one which I feel has served me, and more importantly, my clients, well to date. The subject of this case study, referred to as “Bear” (not his real name) was referred to me... [read more]

Paul Hayward

States of Anxiety

Posted by Paul Hayward

43 Days Ago


States of Anxiety This was prompted by something a client said to me the other day. We were speaking of their anxiety; their understanding of the causes of it, the effects of it on their life and what they (I will use an anonymous ‘they’ to protect their identity) had been doing to cope with it throughout their... [read more]

Laura O'callaghan

The CONTROL System — Enpowering and Liberating, putting you the client in CONTROL talking to the subconscious while you are consciously aware (it's not like traditional hypnotherapy)

Posted by Laura O'callaghan

60 Days Ago


The CONTROL SYSTEM The CONTROL system Works on the principle of hypnosis without having to use deep trance (as in traditional hypnotherapy) to gain subconscious dominance to directly change the way the client thinks, feels and behaves. It is a more rapid form of therapy due to the direct communication with the subconscious that together we are able to upgrade... [read more]

Natasha Price

The 5 steps guide to the Happiness Process

Posted by Natasha Price

88 Days Ago


Over the last few months I have noticed an increase in the number of clients and acquaintances who are suffering from severe anxiety and low mood.  There appears to be a growing number of people struggling to control the daily levels of worry and fear that arise in them.  Teenagers and young people particularly seem to... [read more]

Roger Gilbert

Oh Sleep! it is a gentle thing, beloved from pole to pole...

Posted by Roger Gilbert

92 Days Ago


Many people complain that they don't get enough sleep, or that they have poor quality sleep.  This is something to take seriously because scientists now recognise that getting too little or poor quality sleep not only leaves us feeling tired during the day, but also has a negative effect on our physical and mental wellbeing. Fortunately, recent studies... [read more]

Debbie Stanton

The effects of stress on our minds and body

Posted by Debbie Stanton

420 Days Ago


Our subconscious mind doesn't know the difference between what is real and what is not. Therefore even if you only 'think' worst case scenarios or have anxious thoughts of any kind, then that is what your subconscious will perceive as real and will respond accordingly. Think of our subconscious minds as our protection mechanism, if it feels... [read more]

Alison Lowther

Depression and Healing

Posted by Alison Lowther

423 Days Ago


There is no doubt about it, depression can be extremely debilitating on all levels. In addition, an increasing number of people are being diagnosed with depression and more and more are relying on medication to aid their mood and their functioning. I know from my own experience just how hopeless it can make you feel.  It... [read more]

Diane Oxborough

Anxiety, Panic & Claustrophobia: Case Study, Alison

Posted by Diane Oxborough

549 Days Ago


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