The idea of the mind-body connection isn’t new. It was only when the scientific revolution of 300 years ago or so fragmented our senses of being into various parts that healers stopped treating the mind and body as a whole. The word psychosomatic exists to explain ailments that are as much of a product of mind as they are of body.
Ahhhh…the bliss of that first meeting of the ones we choose to be with! Whether it’s a loving partnership, a friendship, or even a reunion with family members we used to know so well, things don’t always remain in that blissful state as relationships go through their cycles.
One of the biggest obstacles to relationship harmony can b
Extinguish fear of abandonment with Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy
Fear is at the heart of so many of our clients’ issues. People might come to us asking for relief from anxiety, depression, eating disorders, alcoholism, or other a
Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy® is used worldwide as a powerful therapeutic and energetic healing modality.
Heart-Centered-Hypnotherapy® approaches therapy from a deeply caring and dynamically healing perspective. Our highly trained therapists a
Whether your career feels like it’s in a rut or you wish you could treat patients more fully, a hypnotherapy course at the Wellness Institute can help. How do we know? We’ve graduated thousands of students in over 20 countries. We offer training in hypnotherapy and advanced deg
Most therapists, counselors, social workers, teachers and others in the helping professions, were drawn to our profession because we wanted to help or perhaps we even dreamed of healing people . . .
. . . but what happens when fewer and fewer people seek your help or are choosing medication instead of therapy?
In March of 2007 my son Tommy was invited to a prom in Palm Beach, Florida. We live in Ohio so it meant he would stay with his date’s family. He asked if I could go with him as his date’s parents were long time family friends. My wife suggested I find a continuing education class in hypnosis available during the time I would be
Most people experience shock at one time or another in their life. And a great majority of people are in shock, in one form or another, on a daily basis.
Shock may begin early in life and then build up as life’s stresses increase, or it may result f
In the previous blog we discussed shock and secondary traumatic stress as it relates to first responders. We introduced the concept of shock as a primary physiological symptom of traumatic stress, and how many of us “self-medicate” our chronic stress with food and drink, as well as caffeine, drugs, and other substances and behaviors.