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STRESS & ANXIETY
FEARS & PHOBIAS
PAST LIFE REGRESSION
Specialist help for all types of addiction, smoking, gambling, alcohol and substance abuse. When your habit dominates your life, I will help you take back control.
Fears and phobias are ‘learned’ behaviours. Our therapist will help you to unlearn negative responses and feel comfortable in any situation without the need for lengthy exposure therapy.
Are you stressed or suffering with social anxiety and/or panic attacks or compulsive behaviours. We can remove the beliefs causing these issues and install feelings of calm and serenity.
If a lack of confidence or low self-esteem is holding you back, you can be pleasantly surprised at how quickly you can become empowered and learn to really love yourself.
You do not need to believe that you have lived a past life to benefit from this experience You are certain to enjoy the session and to find it very relaxing. Why not Invite some friends and book a PLR Party!
Fully immerse yourself in a restful, peaceful and more nourishing sleep without the need for aids or medications
Theres an 'inner slimmer' in all of us. get in touch with your inner slimmer and feel great when you become the master of your own body. Become a healthier and happier you.
Don't let pain hold you back any longer. We can assist with pain management and help you to live a happier less painful life.
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You CAN Overcome Addiction
When most people think of addiction, they think of substance addiction—drugs and alcohol usually springing first to mind. alcohol,cocaine, prescription pain killers and foods such as chocolate are examples of substances that many people become addicted to. But addiction can also come in other, different guises that don't really involve substances at all.
Examples of this include gambling, sex, shopping, work, and gaming. All these have the power to disrupt, cause havoc, and eventually ruin a person's life. But regardless of the particular substance, activity or behaviour involved, all addictions share one similarity: The addict has lost the ability to choose—choice has given way to dependence.
The problem is, of course, that the addictive substance or behaviour offers only temporary relief—a brief distraction, a short respite—and what starts off as a release, an apparent friend, fast becomes a vicious enemy. And now the person finds him or herself locked into the terrible cycle of addiction as it continues on in its awful, inexorable downward spiral
Hypnotherapy can help. it can only do this when the addicted person is prepared to fully admit that he or she has a problem, is prepared to stop making excuses and accept the responsibility to really do something about it. The simple truth is that in order for you to end your addiction you will need to work at it.
Those who overcome addiction may be the strongest people in the world