As an Ex-Professional sports person, and manager of both junior and senior football teams, I have encountered a significant number of people, boys, girls, men and women, who have struggled to find their true identities and to mix and fit in with their peers.
It has been on of my biggest challenges, both as a youngster and as an adult, to control my thoughts and emotions when affected by outside influences. I would go as far to say that I struggled to fit a 'Main Character Role' in my own life movie.
Until I discovered Hypnotherapy and NLP.
These 2 techniques have enabled me to discover a whole new world of possibilities and unleash the power from within to take control of both, my thoughts and 'self chatter' to unlock the 'Limiting Beliefs' I have held and to build 'Confidence' and remove 'Stress and Anxiety'
I have now mastered the techniques to be able to pass on the therapy and knowledge to help so many more who may be asking the same questions.
Firstly, lets start by explaining what Therapeutic Hypnotherapy is not. Hypnotherapy has been around for centuries, being described as witchcraft or voo-doo. Some have even gone as far as to say it is mind control making individuals perform silly acts or do things they normally wouldn't, All this belongs in the media and on television.
Therapeutic Hypnotherapy is a guided process where the individual that is in an altered state has full knowledge and control of the process, and can stop it at any time they choose. In fact, the term Hypnosis refers to an altered state where the therapist and individual are speaking directly to, and affecting the 'Subconscious' part of the brain where all the habits and automation are stored and work. It is here, in this part of the brain where we store our limiting beliefs, our bad habits and most of our day to day actions we simply take for granted..
If you can imagine being in a totally relaxed state, allowing your mind wonder whilst being guided by a therapist, fixing deep rooted problems and blocks, this is Therapeutic Hypnotherapy.
Let me ask you a question...
Have you ever done something and immediately asked your self 'Why did I do that'
Or have you ever said something, or eaten something and asked 'WHY?'