With the summer holidays now behind us and the return to work now upon us, it seems quite natural that the autumn blues may start to set in as the days become shorter.
With the seasonal change at the Autumn Equinox, some of us may notice our ‘stress bucket’ levels start to increase. Perhaps you may find you’re getting to be a little tired or letting worries get you down.
If so, it could be a good time to chat with a qualified and insured Solution Focused Hypnotherapy practitioner.
Free initial consultations this Autumn
I offer an Initial Consultation for free and I’m used to helping people who are feeling overworked and stressed.
Modern life and the pressures of juggling work, finance, family, and relationships can take their toll and may sometimes cause our stress buckets to fill up. This can affect our ability to function.
Solution Focused Hypnotherapy works by effectively reducing our ‘stress bucket’ levels through positive thinking. This is encouraged during a number of sessions with skilful questions from the practitioner.
Once the client is focused in a state of positive thinking, then the final part of the session uses trance to encourage a process called Rapid Eye Movement (REM). The brain effectively empties some of its own stress bucket levels.
Feel calmer and more positive.
Over a number of sessions, the client should start to notice their stress levels have dropped and they can start to feel calmer, more positive, and relaxed about life. And also how they react to situations at work and at home.
It really is a simple, safe, and effective way to help someone control and manage their stress levels. Especially at this time of the year when the weather and dark nights can still be a factor in people’s moods. Obviously if someone has health concerns then they should visit their GP.
I was awarded the Hypnotherapy Practitioner’s Diploma (HPD) following extensive training as part of the Clifton Practice Hypnotherapy Training course.
I’m a member of the National Council for Hypnotherapy NCH. They ensure their members adhere to a strong ethical code. They also engage in regular supervision sessions and CPD (Career Professional Development).