Therapy that aims to help a person identify and change troubling emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. A variety of psychotherapy approaches may be used, such as
CBT, NLP, DBT
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Is a form of therapy that uses relaxation, extreme concentration, and intense attention, to achieve a heightened state of consciousness or mindfulness.
This form of therapy utilizes one’s mind to help reduce or alleviate a variety of issues, such as psychological distress, phobias, fear, and unhealthy, destructive, or dangerous habits.
In some cases hypnotherapy is combined with cognitive therapy or other relaxation and behavioral techniques
When one engages in nature-based therapies it can result in psychological benefits, such as enhanced self-concept, self-esteem, positive identity, confidence, emotional stability, motivation, self-reflection, and a sense of achievement and responsibility for the participants.
EcoTherapy can be an antidote for stress. It has been shown to lower blood pressure and stress hormone levels (cortisol), reduce nervous system arousal, enhance immune system function, increase self-esteem, reduce anxiety, and improve mood.
Can be blended with HypnoTherapy
With counseling and encouragement, clients can deal with personal challenges. The coach helps guide you to reach your ultimate goals.
And can help you in different areas of your life.
In areas such as career, personal development, relationships, nutrition, divorce, grief, and even financial wellness.
Maybe you have come to a crossroads in life. It might come in the form of a quarter-life crisis or existential questioning. It might show up at the heels of a big career change or commitment. It might even present itself when you’ve already decided to start over in life but you’re not sure where to go next.
The focus here is on your personal and professional development.
How effective is Hypnotherapy?
In a study conducted by clinical psychologist Dr Alfred Barrios (B.S. Caltech, PhD. UCLA), he notes that “… for psychoanalysis we can expect a recovery rate of 38% after approximately 600 sessions. For [Behaviour] therapy, we can expect a recovery rate of 72% after an average of 22 sessions, and for hypnotherapy, we can expect a recovery rate of 93% after an average of 6 sessions.”