What is Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy is distinctive in that it attempts to address the client’s subconscious mind. In practice, the Hypnotherapist often (but not exclusively) requires the client to be in a relaxed state, frequently enlists the power of the client’s own imagination and may utilise a wide range of techniques from story telling, metaphor or symbolism (judged to be meaningful to the individual client) to the use of direct suggestions for beneficial change.
Analytical techniques may also be employed in an attempt to uncover problems deemed to lie in a client’s past (referred to as the ‘there and then’) or therapy may concentrate more on a client’s current life and presenting problems (referred to as the ‘here and now’). It is generally considered helpful if the client is personally motivated to change (rather than relying solely on the therapist’s efforts) although a belief in the possibility of beneficial change may be a sufficient starting point.
There is myth that the client is asleep when in hypnosis, however that is not the case. The clients are very relaxed, they can hear everything around them, speak and response. I use the term, aware of everything but aware of nothing. The client has to want to change, regardless what we are dealing with, the subconscious's job is to protect the person, that is why it is important that their is a honest relationship between the client and therapist, many clients come into therapy wanting changing but afraid of change, and that is ok, we talk through that. There is a reason why that person has come and sat in the chair.
What is NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming)
NLP is the practice of understanding how people organise their thinking, feeling, language and behaviour to produce the results they do.
NLP provides people with a methodology to model outstanding performances achieved by geniuses and leaders in their field. NLP is also used for personal development and for success in business
A key element of NLP is that we form our unique internal mental maps of the world as a product of the way we filter and perceive information absorbed through our five senses from the world around us
Each individual has established their own unique mental filtering system for processing the millions of bits of data being absorbed through the senses. Our first mental map of the world is constituted of internal images, sounds, tactile awareness, internal sensations, tastes and smells that form as result of the neurological filtering process. The first mental map is called ‘First Access’ in NLP.
We then assign personal meaning to the information being received from the world outside. We form our second mental map by assigning language to the internal images, sounds and feelings, tastes and smells, thus forming everyday conscious awareness. The second mental map is called the Linguistic Map (sometimes known as Linguistic Representation)
The behavioural response that occurs as a result of neurological filtering processes and the subsequent linguistic map.
Time Line Therapy®
Ever been told that you overreacted to a situation? Or missed out on doing things or situations because of bad feelings you held? Have you ever set goals in the future and had them not happen?
In 1985, Tad James, M.S., Ph.D. applied a therapeutic process to this concept of an internal memory storage system. The result was a collection of techniques which produces long-lasting transformation very quickly-faster than what is currently called Brief Therapy. These powerful Time Line Therapy® techniques are becoming the method of choice to make fast, effective, long-term changes in behaviour.
Tad writes, “Your ‘Time Line’ is how you unconsciously store your memories or how you unconsciously know the difference between a memory from the past and a projection of the future. Behavioural change in an individual takes place at an unconscious level. People don’t change consciously. The Time Line Therapy® process allows you to work at the unconscious level and release the effects of past negative experiences and change ‘inappropriate’ programming in minutes rather than days, months or years.”
After years of development, working with clients and publishing Time Line Therapy and The Basis Personality, Tad has become known worldwide for his Time Line Therapy® model. It is a revolutionary new approach which has become so popular because of its ability to create quick, long lasting results.
What is Auriculotherapy (Ear Acupuncture)
Auriculotherapy is a system of treating pain and many other conditions using semi-permanent needles inserted into the outer ear. This is also known as auricular acupuncture.
The semi-permanent needles are very different from traditional acupuncture needles both in size and shape and they are also designed to be safe to remain in position for the next 1 to 5 days following treatment. Treatments are rapid and can provide long-lasting reduction and/or relief from even severe pain.
The protocol involves the insertion of up to 5 needles and may include other therapy techniques is desired, such as Hypnotherapy or EFT. It can be used as both a stand-alone treatment or also supported by other therapies or run alongside such thing as diets etc. An alternative to the needles is a Mild Electro-stimulation device may be a better option for some clients. The needles are tiny, sterile and are designed to fall out in approximately 1 – 5 days.
Battlefield acupuncture is ideal in that clients do not need to disrobe or remove any items of clothing as only the ears need to be accessible.
What Does it Treat?
There are more than 300 auriculotherapy points on the ear, and there are over 280 protocols that have been created to treat a wide range of conditions, covering
How Does it Work?
Auricular acupuncture is a diagnostic and treatment system based on normalizing the body's dysfunction through stimulation of points on the ear. Resulting amelioration of pain and illness is believed to be through the reticular formation and the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.
Ear acupuncture, is an acupuncture technique similar to reflexology, and is speculated that the technique works because groups of pluripotent cells contain information from the whole organism and create regional organization centers representing different parts of the body, through recruitment of more cortex cells dedicated to specific areas of the body. Thus stimulation of a reflex point in the ear can relieve symptoms of distant pathology with a reliable duration.