When contemporary life is comparatively “normal,” clients and therapists have a wide range of issues to deal with. Once the “ordinary” becomes a fond memory, and chaos begins to make every day less predictable than the one before, the problems people face multiply.
In a world where war is covered daily as though
Clients aren’t the only ones complaining about the immense pressure to spend more money at the end of every year. Even if you’re not a big holiday shopper, end of year expenses such as taxes, medical bills,charitable donations, and winter utilities can make the happy holidays feel like living in a financial pressure cooker.
Problems with finances
The holidays are supposed to be joyous and gratifying - at least that’s what we’re told. Gathering with family, reuniting with relatives, laughing and feasting, are all supposed to be fun.
For many, however, holidays can be extremely upsetting. Most therapists can attest to this, based on the number of clients whose angst
“It’s only a little bit.” “It helps me to sleep better.” “I take it to ease my neck pain.” “Doesn’t everybody do that?” “It’s not really affecting my life all that much.” These are some of the things
clients say about the ways they “numb out,” that is, seek temporary respites from reality. While moderate use of substances that soothe stress and ease
People recovering from relationships with narcissists might think they’ve already been hypnotized - by their former partners. Once they realize the need to come out of their trance, or actually achieve separation from the narcissistic individual, there’s a lot of healing that needs to be done.
Narcissistic abuse occurs
The world has changed over the years, but lucky for those of us who use them in practice, Heart-Centered therapies have remained as powerful and effective as ever. The healing tools available with therapies that integrate the mind, body, and spirit, particularly as they are taught at The Wellness Institute, equip practitioners with tools that allow
Dissociation is exceptionally common in our society. Yet, it is not commonly understood, and treatment plans are not always as effective as they could be. According to David Hartman and Diane Zimberoff, in their latest publication on the subject, dissociation “refers to the phenomenon of feeling, sensation, behavior, image, and meaning becoming
In the realm of mental health and therapy, the mind-body connection has garnered increasing attention in recent years. It's now widely accepted that our mental and emotional well-being can significantly impact our physical health, and vice versa. As a result, mental health practitioners are continually seeking innovative ways to address both mental
In the ever-evolving field of mental health, staying up-to-date with the latest therapeutic techniques and approaches is essential for practitioners. When it comes to specialized training for professionals, few institutions can match the reputation and quality of education offered by The Wellness Institute. With over 35 years of experience and a commitment
Hypnotherapy has long been a subject of fascination and skepticism in the realm of mental health. Often associated with mysterious mind control and dramatic portrayals in movies and TV shows, it is frequently misunderstood. However, beneath the surface lies a well-established therapeutic approach with science-backed applications that can significantly