As fascinated as I’ve always been by Past Life Regression Therapy I’m now learning that moving into the future is just as therapeutic and empowering. Goal for this session To give herself the reassurance and stamina to continue doing hypnotherapy … Continue reading
I’ve been invited to be one of the presenters at the upcoming 27th Annual ACHE Conference. I’ll be joining 40 other Guest Experts whowill be sharing their know-how at this year’sconference. In case you don’t know ACHE is theAmerican Council … Continue reading
When I became a hypnotherapist, I used self hypnosis to overcome my terror of public speaking. Never mind “fear.” I was terrified to speak to groups. And if I was talking to one person and someone else joined the conversation, … Continue reading
I started an exercise this last week on forgiveness that was suggested by one of our Science of Mind practitioners. First, let me tell you that when she suggested it, I was polite, of course, but I didn’t really think … Continue reading
Client’s presenting issue 15 year old “Andy” is brought is by his mother. She has a list of his issues: procrastination, not following through after setting a goal, lazy, spends too much time online and playing electronic games, doesn’t like … Continue reading
Client’s presenting issue“Laura” wants a close, lasting relationship but tells me that she believes that men will always disappoint her so she doesn’t count on being close to men. She believes that they won’t follow through on their promises. Men … Continue reading
Client’s presenting issue During our intake I learned that “Connie” has noticed recently that she almost never feels happy unless she’s drinking. A vivid, active dreamer since childhood, is now has terrible nightmares. She knows that she is holding onto … Continue reading
Even after 25 years of working with clients I am truly amazed at how quickly they can make progress. Take “Vanessa” a 30 year old single mom. She reports being pregnant at 16 and on her own by 18 with … Continue reading
I have purposely kept these stress reduction techniques short and sweet so that you will have time to read this as the holiday season approaches.
Step back from your activities and take 3 deep breaths throughout your day.
2. Practice gratitude
Genuine gratitude can increase your levels of well-being and happiness. In addition, grateful thinking—and especially expression of it to others—is associated with increased levels of energy, optimism, and empathy.
Find ways to keep your body moving. For example, can’t make it to the gym? Park your car away from your destination and walk briskly to the entrance.
Does this holiday season really have to be bigger and better than last year? Focus on the true value of spending time with loved ones.
5. Go with the flow
“I see life like a beautiful river. Sometimes it flows fast and sometimes it meanders. I accept the river of life for what it is and I flow with it. I don’t try to ‘push the river.'” Tom Sannar
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Case Study:Recognizing Symptoms of PTSD Joan Courtney, C.Ht. Note: For this study, the name of this client was changed at her request. Quite often you as a hypnotherapist are able to help people with PTSD who would not ordinarily believe … Continue reading