USING HYPNOTHERAPY & COUNSELLING TO MANAGE PANIC
Welcome to my Blog, using Hypnotherapy and Counselling to manage panic.
At the time of writing this Blog, England is in the second phase of it’s opening up after lockdown – it’s roadmap to recovery, which if all goes to plan, by June 21st the country will be feeling a lot more freedom as we are faced with a new normality.
Whilst Spring is often a time of looking ahead, and with the sunny days we are experiencing, it gives one the feeling of being more restored and hopeful towards the future, but for some being faced with this change, or uncertainty, can create stress, anxiety and/or even fear, to the point of feeling panic.
Welcome to my Blog.
Use Counselling or Hypnotherapy after Covid-19 for re-addressing life……18 weeks on after the initial Government lock-down related to the Pandemic, we now see many different activities beginning to re-open. Whilst there may be a “feel” that things are slowly coming back to normal, this is far from the truth because it is really just a new norm that is becoming established……I wonder how or indeed if, this new norm is fitting into your life’s balance and I wonder what it means in terms of the landscape for the wider picture going forwards. Read More
Use counselling to help you to personally develop particularly, if you are “stuck in a groove”. According to the Cambridge Dictionary, it says this means…..to be bored because you are doing the same things that you have done for a long time, i.e. “we never do anything exciting any more, we seem to be stuck in a groove or to do something the same way for a long time, so it becomes boring.” Read More
Counselling self-awareness……….The saying “a penny for your thoughts” is an English phrase simply asking people to volunteer their opinions on an issue being discussed. I wonder where your thought takes you, and I wonder if you have ever become aware of the same thought occurring time and time again? Read More
Hypnosis appears to be a buzz word right now as it continues to grow in popularity. Although many people are still very skeptical about how it works and are often concerned or slightly worried they may, say, end up strutting around clucking like a chicken, just as you would see if you watched a group of volunteers being hypnotized on a stage. Read More