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.
Some habits masquerade as our friends, but they are in fact our enemies! If you want to ditch cigarettes and other forms of smoking, this article explains how this can be done, plus covers research into the best ways to stop smoking.
Mental health is recognised as extremely important. The Australian Government is spending $74 million over 2019-20 and 2020-21 on mental health services. In this post, we focus on the fact that you’re worth it! Its worth spending time and resources on self-care, and this post gives some ideas on how to do this!
This blogpost contains some ideas on how you can look after your mental health during a period of self-isolation, e.g. due to COVID-19 (but it applies equally to isolation for other reasons).
While helping people stop smoking, I often hear that the habit is linked to situations, or activities that people do at a certain time of day. This post explains the benefits of being a non smoker,and methods of quitting.
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.
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).
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.
Psychologist Martin Seligman is known as “the father of positive psychology”. He divides people into optimists and pessimists. Learn about the research behind this new interest in optimism, and strategies we can use to vastly improve our health.
The conscious mind is responsible for thinking, decisions, and awareness of your environment. It interacts with the subconscious mind, which is like a memory vault containing memories, emotional reactions to past events, habits, and more.
This article covers information about the subconscious mind, a vital part of our body.