How often do clients, or therapists for that matter, take the time to ask what it is they truly wish for in life? Chances are that you’ll find clients, when they come to you with anxiety, depression, addictions, and anger management issues, need to take that time to examine what they truly want. They’ll often even question why they’re here.
Anyone who has benefitted in hypnotherapy will tell you that it takes some courage, and a lot of work, to benefit from the deep and profound healing hypnotherapy sessions have to offer. While the actual process of hypnosis isn’t especially rigorous, what happens when a client is hypnotized can seem to be daunting, at least until it is fully experienced.
No matter how vigilant we are about identifying what we want, and setting the goals we need to achieve in order to get what we want, life happens. People die, businesses change, relationships form, or find a way to self-destruct. How can we assist our clients, and train ourselves, to remain focused on our goals, even when events around us seem to be
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
Hypnotherapy is a cutting-edge method of helping patients and clients transform and move past their obstacles. You might have heard about it through your colleagues, or perhaps you read about it in a journal or online.Hypnotherapists are capable of helping clients heal from a variety of issues.
Becoming a hypnotherapist can be
The founders of The Wellness Institute, Diane Zimberoff and David Hartman tell students that they began their work because they were called to heal the healers. The stress that therapists are exposed to as a result of holding space for their patients as they go through their recovery does take its toll. Even without that, though, there are many reasons
Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are not always widely accepted as empirically provable modalities of treatment, but over time, it has become impossible for the scientifically-minded among us to deny how powerful it is. An article written