You want therapy to succeed. That’s why you made the effort to attend , and are willing to discuss how your situation can improve. However, some factors can make it more likely that the therapy may fail, or not succeed as well as it it could. The good news is that they are all within your control.
Research in March 2020 found that the social and financial disruption caused by restrictions had a much more marked effect than fear of exposure to the coronavirus itself. This article covers signs that anxiety may be out of control, and tips for overcoming this anxiety.
Hypnotherapy and self-hypnosis has been shown by several clinical trials to boost the immune system. The understandable anxiety that many people are feeling at the moment can affect the immune system, so it is vital to take time for yourself.
Some people wonder how hypnotherapy works using computer software. After all, do you not need to be in the same room as the hypnotherapist to obtain therapy? This post explains the types of hypnotherapy that can be delivered online, and the advantages of the face-to-face online service.
This blogpost explains how habits can be reinforced by triggers. It also explains how manipulating these triggers can strengthen good habits while helping to stop unwanted habits.
One of the most common questions that I am asked is “Are hypnosis and meditation the same thing?” This post offers definitions of both, lists some similarities and differences, plus offers guidance on how to choose between them.
If people do not feel happy at work, it can affect how they perform in their job, and how they behave and feel both at work and outside of the office. It could even affect their career and promotion prospects. This article explains how hypnotherapy can help.
Dental anxiety is a term used to mean fear in a setting where dental services are provided, e.g., before or during dental treatment. Learn the signs, symptoms, triggers and causes of dental anxiety.
To help us all get ready for Summer in sunny Perth, I am offering 10% off packages of 3 hypnotherapy sessions (first session to be booked before 13 November).
OCD is an anxiety disorder where people carry out obsessive and / or compulsive activities to help decrease their anxiety levels. Learn some of the myths around OCD, where it may originate, some of the symptoms, and most important – how it can be treated.
In this post I’ll cover the benefits of optimism, and discuss ‘explanatory style’ (or how we explain that happens in our life), and what we can do to make it work better for us.