Building your practice while using the same kind of therapy you’ve always subscribed to isn’t impossible, but it it’s not easy, either. To attract more clients and create more than one stream of income, you need to develop skills and acquire certifications that show potential clients that you have what they want and need.
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.
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
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and hypnosis are two different approaches used in psychotherapy to treat various mental health conditions. While both techniques aim to facilitate healing, they differ in their methods and approaches.
EMDR is a form of therapy that involves reprocessing traumatic memories through a series
A physician was asking me yesterday, “How can hypnotherapy work with a patient who is addicted to pain medication? s
Here are some of the symptoms:
1)Depression, not wanting to get out of bed in the morning
2)Being unable to sleep, tossing and turning all night
3)Feeling like nothing really matters, “What’s the use?” is a common expression
Hypnosis has proven to be extremely valuable in the treatment of cancer patients. Specific applications include: establishing rapport between the patient and members of the medical health team; control of pain with self-regulation of pain perception through the use of glove anesthesia, time distortion, amnesia, transference of pain to a different body
Childbirth is one of the most profound events a woman and couple will experience. Unfortunately, the experience can be fraught with anxiety, as well as fear of pain and loss of control. Often during childbirth, those fears/anxiety transfer into a fight-or-flight response. This automatic physiological response increases her perception of pain intensity