Adelaide Coaching and Counselling Services
Hypnosis may be used in a wide variety of situations within a therapeutic context. It is not a treatment in and of itself, but is a therapy tool to enhance outcomes of processes. It is often used in conjunction with counselling and/or NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming).
- feed your conscious mind
- strengthen new patterns of behaviour
Loss takes many forms. It doesn’t matter what type of loss you have experienced — every loss is important. In order to make sense of a loss, it can be helpful to talk about it and how the associated grief it is affecting you with an experienced Grief and Loss Counsellor in a confidential environment.
- explore your thoughts and emotions
- manage your pain or anger
It can be difficult to work through the issues that can arise in a relationship when you feel like you are more likely to argue than to talk. This is why it can be especially beneficial to get help from a trained counsellor who is able to act as a mediator in the process.
- find common ground
- practise new behaviour
Are you looking to achieve a more healthy weight? Would you benefit from help to manage your diet and eating habits? Would you be happier, healthier and have a greater sense of wellbeing if you were able to lose weight?
- adopt a healthier lifestyle
- reach your goals
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