Our work and the way we interact with clients, whether as groups or as individuals is based on Rosemary’s training and qualification in several of the most relevant and useful areas of personal development and therapeutic work.
Should you be considering Hypnosis for the first time, you may be slightly apprehensive, not knowing what to expect.
Hypnosis is a natural state of deep relaxation, during which your sub-conscious mind-the controller of all automatic processes and reactions-becomes more susceptible to suggestion.
Contrary to some depictions of hypnosis in books, movies or television, people who have been hypnotised do not lose control over their behaviour.
They typically remain aware of who they are and where they are, and unless amnesia has been specifically suggested, they also remember what transpired during hypnosis.
Hypnosis makes it easier for people to let go of unwanted habits and negative behaviors and phobia’s, and replace them with positive attitudes and thought patterns. Strengthening the ego and allowing feelings of confidence and well being to flourish.
During the clinical hypnosis treatment, the patient is made to feel physically relaxed, and as human beings are incapable of being physically relaxed and anxious at the same time the resulting reduction or alleviation of stress and worry has a hugely positive impact on the patients performance and coping mechanisms, allowing them to lead a life that is both more accomplished and fulfilling.
Almost without exception, after a Hypnosis session you will awaken feeling relaxed, peaceful, content and confident.
It has been said that if Hypnosis could be bottled it would be mankind’s wonder drug, as it can be used to treat an amazingly wide variety of issues.
One effective ways of treating and dealing with stress and unwanted habits and problems is clinical hypnosis, which is a superb form of both mental and physical relaxation.
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) has been called a ‘psychological version of acupuncture’ in the sense that it is a therapeutic approach which is able to balance the energy system within the body. It was developed more than 30 years ago when veterans of the conflict in Vietnam required help in coping with their experiences of that war and how they returned to ‘every day life’ afterwards.
Gary Graig was the driving force behind the development of EFT as a non-invasive and gentle therapeutic process which allows the individual to take control of negative or difficult situations and release the anger, stress or negative feelings previously associated with them.
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a way of working that provides the practitoner with a range of tools which aid the ability of the individual to anchor and therefore control their responses to a given situation or scenario. NLP effectively allows for dealing with stressful and difficult situations with a new vision or perspective for what is happening, producing a response that significantly benefits the client.
The use of NLP and the understanding of it allows a person to understand and see the link between what they say or think to themselves and how this affects their behaviour, performance and health.