Many people wonder at what point they need to stop trying to heal by themselves and invest in a professional therapist or counsellor to help them. If you find yourself asking, “Should I see a counsellor or a therapist?” then that’s probably a good sign that it may help! From my experience as a clinicalContinue reading “Should I see a counsellor or a therapist?”
Category Archives: Eating Disorders
Does hypnotherapy work for trauma?
So does hypnotherapy work for trauma? Having just finished a post-trauma masterclass for hypnotherapists, I now realise just how powerful hypnotherapy is for trauma clients. In the Western medical system, CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) and EDMR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy are recommended for trauma. Unfortunately, many people do not benefit from these modalities,Continue reading “Does hypnotherapy work for trauma?”
Hypnotherapy for eating disorders
I recently just finished some further education specifically for helping people with eating disorders using hypnotherapy. The good news is that hypnotherapy can have some wonderful results for people struggling with eating disorders. This includes anorexia, bulimia, people too obsessed with health, and binge eaters. The not so good news is that in most cases,Continue reading “Hypnotherapy for eating disorders”
What can hypnotherapy help with?
Hypnotherapy is therapy in the state of hypnosis. Therapy works with the mind and can be used for many different things including but not limited too: Fears Phobias Addictions (cigarettes, gambling, alcohol) Anxiety including social anxiety Self-confidence Gut health issues (often connected to anxiety) Weight loss Eating disorders Stress Depression Mindfulness and Relaxation General mentalContinue reading “What can hypnotherapy help with?”
How re-framing can help change bad habits
One of the main tools we use in hypnotherapy is re-framing. It enables clients to look at their past and their behaviours in a new light and gain a new perspective. When we keep viewing the past with the same eyes, we create the same story, the same thought processes, and the same patterns, keepingContinue reading “How re-framing can help change bad habits”
Do you know your overeating triggers?
If you’re stuck indoors at the moment, you might find yourself eating more than you need to. For some people, boredom is a great reason to eat and relieve the stress of not being able to do anything. Left unchecked, emotional eating can lead to obesity and all sorts of health problems, so it’s goodContinue reading “Do you know your overeating triggers?”