It is really important, following a session, for clients to practice any techniques offered and make use of suggested mantras etc. The session is a starting point for improvement and clients can take their improvement on by following the advice given.
I have reduced travelling costs to most areas due to the recent fall in fuel prices.
Some clients ask for help with particular problems which turn out to be a symptom of something else. For example, I recently worked with a client to overcome her anxiety of meeting new people, in fact her issue was about meeting and working with men, the root of which went back to a childhood encounter.
It is for this reason that I spend time at the beginning of a first session talking with clients about their issues and the background to them. I find this approach to be more useful than the battery of questions used by some therapists to establish client personality types.
I have reduced most of the additional costs that I charge for travelling, to reflect generally lower fuel costs at the present time.
Hypnotherapy should not be seen as an instant cure. Rather, hypnotherapy enables clients to develop their own strategies for improvement which they use over time to strengthen their own thought processes. For this reason it is essential to continue to practice the techniques provided by the therapist even once the symptoms have begun to subside.
I would like to wish a happy, healthy and prosperous 2016 to all my clients past, present and future.
This problem seem to be very much on the increase, perhaps to do with modern lifestyles or even the current economic situation, I am not sure. Thankfully, hypnotherapy appears to have a significant contribution to make to easing this affliction.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome can be crippling to some sufferers, with both physical and emotional implications.
“It is a condition in which a G.P. can refer a patient for hypnotherapy if their symptoms are still causing problems after 12 months of treatment.” * Quoted from NHS Choices website.
If your life is being blighted by this condition why not speak to your GP and ask for a referral?
I am pleased to announce that I have now worked with my 500th client. Looking back, I realise just how much I have learned from everyone I have worked with. I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all those who have placed their trust in me over the past five years.
I have been notified of a glitch in the e-mail contact from links that come from on-line directory sites. Some of the directories have a very old e-mail address listed. I apologise to anyone who has e-mailed me for an appointment but received no confirmation, those e-mails have drifted off into the ether. This is currently being rectified and the correct e-mail address, firstname.lastname@example.org This should all be resolved by the end of Monday 29th June 2015.