Holland & Barrett promote Hypnotherapy for anxiety

http://www.hollandandbarrett.ie/the-health-hub/conditions/mental-health/mind-and-body/how-to-deal-with-anxiety/ Good to see hypnotherapy suggested as a positive way of managing your anxiety (number 7). Taking action is imperative when dealing with anxiety, seeking out help from a well trained hypnotherapist such as all the members of the CHPA (chpa.ie) can make all the difference. Don’t leave it to chance, if you or someone … Continue reading Holland & Barrett promote Hypnotherapy for anxiety

Time for reflection : Time for living

Although we are nearing the end of the year and we reflect on the past and look forward to the future; how many of us take the time to be in the present? We can only be physically in the present so let’s bring our minds there too.

Look into my eyes: A look at the online hypnosis phenomenon

Interest in hypnosis soared during the pandemic, largely thanks to social media and video conferencing. Is it a fad, or does going into a trance-like state help relieve stress and anxiety?  — Read on http://www.irishexaminer.com/lifestyle/healthandwellbeing/arid-41019341.html As the current Chairperson of the CHPA I would like to thank Aidan and The Irish Examiner for this excellent … Continue reading Look into my eyes: A look at the online hypnosis phenomenon

How is your New Year Resolutions going?

It is the last week in January 2022 and I just want to ask if any of these sound familiar: ·         Lose weight ·         Stop smoking ·         To be happier and healthier ·         Spend more time on personal wellbeing New Year resolutions anyone? Above are some of the most common resolutions made every year, unfortunately over half of people will … Continue reading How is your New Year Resolutions going?

Anxiety and Covid-19. It might surprise you.

Some alarming statistics where nearly 20% linked to anxiety based disorders. Get this quote from the paper : Anxiety and fear-related disorders were a prevalent condition in our sample; they were also the second highest risk factor for death among the underlying conditions considered in our study. Click to access 21_0123.pdf Of course it doesn’t … Continue reading Anxiety and Covid-19. It might surprise you.

So what would you do?

A little gift from a former client which was very nice of them. It came with a little note stating that I had helped her stay afloat. I think it’s not always clear cut on how we need to approach problems and indeed solutions as there may be a third way which is available if … Continue reading So what would you do?

The simplicity of gratitude

I received this card , totally unexpected, but humbled and grateful. Sometimes it’s the little personal things that make the difference. I really enjoyed working with this lady who really put the work in and has achieved her goals. Life is good when we work together. Thank you.