Sometimes life is tough and we find ourselves being “stuck" in a thought or behaviour pattern, feeling hurt when our logic tells us we shouldn't or simply lack in confidence to speak in front of an audience. Whether it is something from your past that holds you back or you have difficulties in coping with present situation, or perhaps, it is something in the future you are aiming for and would love to overcome restraining beliefs. I can help.
Every person is individual, and in my approach, I apply and combine
various therapies that I deem to be the most beneficial for my client. One of
my teachers said that a therapy is an art based on therapist’s intuition who
then choses the most appropriate scientifically based models and methods to help
her client like a painter would choose the most appropriate medium to transfer
his vision to a painting. I couldn’t agree more.
Here are some of the therapeutic methods I would use in my session:
*Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) – is a cutting-edge therapy based on neuroscience and combines the most effective principles of Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, NLP and CBT. RTT rewires the neural pathways of the brain changing the out-dated belief system and negative patterns of behaviour and replaces them with affirming ones allowing the healing to begin. RTT works rapidly and can achieve life changing results in a single session. More complex concerns may require up to three RTT sessions.
*Hypnotherapy – is therapy that involves the induction of trance-like state where conscious mind is suppressed allowing direct access to subconscious allowing suggested ideas, concepts and lifestyle changes to be firmly planted in the client’s mind. Hypnotherapy enchase awareness and allows the existing patterns of behaviour to re-programmed within the mind.
*Parts Therapy is based on structural dissociation theory works very well for inner conflict resolutions
and for clients who experienced trauma. The therapy has an educational aspect
and teaches client to be attuned and differentiate between impulses, thoughts
and feelings of traumatised younger selves and the actions and reactions of the
“wiser adult self”.