Getting help can make a big difference in your life…
Sometimes a client may not be able to put their finger on why they find themselves suffering symptoms like rapid breathing, increased heart rate, sweating or in severe cases, panic attacks. Some clients believe that the cause of their stress is locked in a past issue and this may be true. We look at unlocking the past to heal your present and your future
As the brain perceives the environment or a situation as a threat, it will produce a response from a primal subconscious need to protect us.
In this respect, the sympathetic nervous system generates what is known as a fight-flight or freeze response.
Bringing up fearful emotions and setting off sensations in the body with behaviours which leave little room for clear cognitive thinking.
So, when the grievous situation has passed then the more rational part of the brain finds that it struggles in trying to make sense of the physical and mental response. This often leads to the never-ending cycle of ‘Why’ questions accompanied by feelings of hopelessness.
When those limiting beliefs we hold about our self start to cause obstacles in our daily life then it really is time to take action.
And the good news is that things can and do change with small steps you can get a clearer understanding of the source of what triggers those feelings, and the power of tools and interventions that may help you.
And that can ignite the fire of hopefulness. I’ve seen the results in many clients and also for myself.
Choice of Techniques
With a selection of techniques, I can tailor a treatment plan to suit you – fitting the right methods and interventions from a wide range of approaches and enhance your own ability to improve with the help of hypnotic Wordweaving™
You might be curious to explore how you perceive and experience your problem while working towards a broader perspective which changes and lightens that old stress response.
Gradually and at your own pace, you can move towards your solution state, by drawing upon your own resources and learning new ones.
You may like to take a look one of my blog’s on stress and anxiety which leads to persistent worrying, to see if anything specific resonates with you. Sometimes simple coping strategies are all we need, and sometimes clients need a bit more to help them navigate out of what feels like a dense forest and into a clearing that leads to a much brighter future.
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