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I use whatever technique, sceince or combination of techniques to fix you.
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My patients can call at any time to feel release.
I understand that work pressures and personal circumstances leave little room or desire for therapy.
Taking this into mind, no matter where in the world you are, I can and will come to you, even if it's a weekend.
Practicing through the years I’ve noticed a trend that my patients find it difficult to describe what they experience
with stress. They are quite explicit to detail the situations that
trigger these unwanted emotions, like divorce, sleepless nights, nail biting, nerves before an important event,
family issues, tension headaches, job fears, financial problems and their health. But, surely we all know what stress is?
Or have at least experienced it, those times when you feel restless, agitated, angry or sad, emotions that can for some
lead to isolation. Furthermore, stress is associated with excessive activity within certain neurohormonal systems and
proneness to several disorders and can manifest as a pathology of the stomach and intestines.
One thing is certain in all this uncertainty, to deal with the stress on your own is a task that is unbearable.
Interventions like psychotherapy, supported by tools such as hypnosis are proven methods that I use to reframe
the impact of stress in the subconscious, putting you back in control.
When fear interferes with your daily routines and causes disruption in your life,
when it makes you go too extreme lengths to avoid what you’re scared of; then
you are the one of those who can be classified as being “phobic”. There are currently
around 530 phobias that have been identified and as the NHS estimates there are 10 million
people in the UK that suffer from some kind of fear or phobia, I am sure you might find
the one that suites you the most. Nevertheless, despite the anecdotal number of specified
fears, I personally feel that what is most important is not the name but the physical
reaction an individual experiences. Therefore, I pay more attention to what you might
explicitly express rather than just a name or classification. Todays’ media is saturated
with an overwhelming number of tips for dealing with phobias. But in my professional
expertise the phobia must be spoken out loud and the triggers cognitively identified
by an expert and from there to eliminating the fear through professional psychotherapy.
FEAR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
Glossophobia It is one of the most common fears among us today. Due to the embarrassment
associated with this fear, it is one you
are unlikely to ever forget; your mouth dries to dust, your desire to speak is lost
somewhere where you cannot find it, whileyou stand with all the eyes in the world upon you.
Scientists have been investigating Glossophobia for decades and some of the latest
findings are suggesting that when an individual is anxious they tend to bring negative
attention to themselves, to put it another way they are damagingly criticizing themselves.
However, do not mix this self-focus with negative self-talk. These are two independent
and different behaviours. While self-focus helps you to understand your inner self and
any outcome it might bring, e.g. while distracting yourself from the outside world
(hypnosis, mindfulness, yoga, exercise etc.) the negative self-talk is still working
away building barriers with harmful beliefs that might destroy you from the inside out.
HOW TO FORGET YOUR EX
When the romantic bound is over EX couples more often than not devolve
into revenge sex or as I call it “I need to forget my EX” sex.
Some misconceptions suggest
that to overcome your unhappy desire to get back together one needs to be
involved in a “forgetful” sexual relationship, in other words “re bound”.
However, this solution only creates a delusion. While a real desire is
silently sleeping deeply in your subconscious a delusion is taking place
to protect you in a “fairy tale” plan. But when the plan started to fail
and not go the way it was supposed to, the idea to “Help you to forget
your ex” strikes.
It is quite common among patients to ask for such help. However, this
request hides a secreted motive. In fact, some researchers recommend
that those who were high continued to have sex with new partners,
suggesting that people who use sex to cope with the psychological
aftermath of a breakup have greater difficulty transitioning to a
stable new partnership (Barber. L., Cooper. M., 2014)