What is intuition? Some call it an “inner knowing,” while others believe it’s mere coincidence. One widely accepted definition, according to Lynne Shallcross writing for Counseling Today, defines intuition as “something that is
FOMO, or Fear of Missing Out, is a term that came into use in the early 2000s, about the same time social media swept through society like a violent wildfire. FOMO is intrinsically linked to social media. The ability for people to display who their friends are and what they do with them has created a two-pronged stimulus that often triggers clients’
You have years of training and a wall filled with certificates that evidence your specialized skills. You have a practice full of clients who depend on you for guidance, care, and wisdom. Yet, there may be times when you are presented with choices to make or options to consider, and you just don’t know what to do. All the technical training and
What does prosperity mean to you? For most people, visions of riches and worldly possessions come to mind when they envision what it means to prosper. This is, of course, a valid view of prosperity, but it’s not the only one.
So many clients, too many, in fact, arrive at their therapists’ office in a state of total burnout.
EFT Tapping is a technique that has been gaining popularity in recent years, and for good reason. EFT tapping, also known as Emotional Freedom Techniques, is a powerful tool for reducing stress, anxiety, and other negative emotions. In this blog post, we'll explore what EFT tapping is, how it works, and what some of the benefits are.
EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques, and it's a powerful tool for managing emotions, reducing stress, and improving your overall well-being. One of the key components of EFT tapping is knowing where the tapping points are
It’s true that everyone has the right to their own beliefs, but that doesn’t mean that all belief systems serve the best interests of our clients. This is especially true when we detect that our clients’ beliefs prevent them from fulfilling their desires, or even live up to their own expectations.
Parents can accept the “terrible twos,” that moment in every child’s life when the honeymoon period parents experience with their infants come to an abrupt end. “NO!” the toddler screams, and doting parents look at one another knowingly as they concede that the time has come to deal with this inevitable time period in the
Social cognition, or the ways people perceive their reality in relation to the societies in which they live, is an important component of mental health. A person’s perception of things such as self-worth, competence, confidence, and feeling of belonging is often informed by the way they feel they are being seen, or in some cases, not being seen,
Hypnotherapists take a lot of ribbing, from colleagues as well as the clients they serve. “Are you going to make me cluck like a chicken?” “That’s just a bunch of hocus-pocus.” “I saw something like that at a bowling banquet. How can it possibly be therapeutic?”
These are just some of the questions and