areas where hypnotherapy and counselling
can make a difference

Pain Management

Clinical management of pain will concentrate on bio-physical rather than psychological issues. By treating the psychological issues therapy can provide measured relief, aid coping mechanisms and enhance measures where people can bolster their resilience.

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Relationships Counselling

It should be noted that as much as relationships can be troublesome, a lack of close relationships with other people is damaging. Online relationships too should be included as being as deep, stable and meaningful to some people as face-to-face relationships.

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Anxiety and Emotion Counselling

Anxiety is a complex emotion. Anxiety can be described as ‘a negative mood state characterised by bodily symptoms of physical tension and apprehension about the future.’ Anxiety, trauma, depression and panic disorders share the common symptoms of worry and panic.

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Keys to Weight Management

Weight management can be complex.
Therapy looks at the cause or reason for eating unhealthily, as the drive behind the motivation to eat or crave foodstuffs may be a distraction strategy for emotional reasons or other benefit.

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Bereavement Counselling

People of different ages and cultures regard death differently. Middle age adults are usually most fearful of death, while the young seem to have a sense of unique vulnerability about death. Similarly, just as there are many ways of dying, there are many ways to grieve.

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Stress Counselling

Some people seem to be better adapted at coping with stress than others for varying reasons, and these reasons can be due to an individual’s biological, psychological, sociocultural, educational and or economic circumstances.

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Phobias Counselling

Phobias are different to normal stressors in that the fear and associated anxiety caused by the object most feared (for example, flying, open spaces, spiders, snakes, water, even exams) can be ‘irrational’ in a given context and is not necessarily associated with a threat or damage to a person’s wellbeing.

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Self Confidence

Having self-confidence means you can recognise your strengths, trust yourself in difficult situations and react positively to criticism and emotional/relationship difficulties. Life is not always that easy and sometimes self-confidence is hard to find. Everyone has their own story to tell, and each individual embodies the changes that have happened to them from their understanding and learning of the world in which they live.

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Communication and Development

Everybody needs to communicate, whether for play, work or socialising. People bond emotionally by communicating, it affirms identity, values, and and enables the passing on of ideas and feelings.

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