Do you have a sense that there’s more to life than what you’ve been experiencing up until now?
Do you dream of enjoying increased health and vitality, closer and more loving relationships, a more fulfilling vocation, the ability to give back to causes that you feel passionate about, and greater time and money freedom…
But you feel stuck in your present circumstances, and you’re not sure how to make your dreams a reality?
If your answer is “YES”, you are invited to attend my sessions, seminars and my programs.
Invest in yourself…and all in a safe, supportive environment designed to support you and your dreams.
HypnotherapyHypnotherapy is guided hypnosis, or a trance-like state of focus and concentration achieved with the help of a hypnotherapist. This trance-like state is similar to being completely absorbed in a book, movie, music, or even one’s own thoughts or meditations. In this state, clients can turn their attention completely inward to find and utilize the natural resources deep within themselves that can help them make changes or regain control in certain areas of their life. Hypnotherapy can be used to treat anxiety, phobias, substance abuse including tobacco, sexual dysfunction, undesirable spontaneous behaviors, and bad habits. It can be used to help improve sleep, learning disorders, communication, and relationship issues. Hypnotherapy can aid in pain management and help resolve medical conditions such as digestive disorders, skin issues, and gastrointestinal side effects of pregnancy and chemotherapy. What to Expect ? Although there are different techniques, hypnotherapy is generally performed in a calm, therapeutic environment. The therapist will guide you into a relaxed, focused state and ask you to think about experiences and situations in positive ways that can help you change the way you think and behave. Unlike some dramatic portrayals of hypnosis in movies, books, or on stage, you will not be unconscious, asleep, or in any way out of control of yourself. You will hear the therapist’s suggestions, but it is up to you to decide whether or not to act on them. How Does Rapid Transformational Hypnotherapy Work? Rapid Transformational Hypnotherapy for Abundance gives you all the instant benefits of years of therapy in just one session, by reprogramming the mind. But there’s something specific going on when you rewire your brain, and it’s connected to your body’s neurons: the basic working units of the brain, designed to transmit information to other nerve cells, muscle, or gland cells. These neurons form a neural network, or a ‘brain map’ that directs your brain to tell the rest of you what to do, think, and feel. Studies show that while these neurons control everything about our bodies, we can constantly create new controls through a bodily process called neurogenesis. And once these new control systems are created, research shows that our brains then treat old neurons that aren’t “plugged into the new network,” like survival of the fittest. Which means new neurons win. But once these new control systems are created and plugged in, they need to be told what to do. These new brain cells receive programming through neuroplasticity — it’s the brain’s ability to create the neural pathways that tell you what to do. But these pathways must be intentionally set. Once the old neurons are out, we have to create a roadmap for the new neurons to follow. Research suggests that in remapping, we can improve our choices, create new habits, and even possibly forget old memories. There is no such thing as being born lucky or more successful in life. In short, we can literally reprogram who we are on a cellular level, to not just change the flow of abundance, but change our habits, thoughts, and even our characteristics to create and receive abundance naturally. As a hands-on therapist to my clients, I use Hypnotherapy to unlock the brain’s natural ability and help clients literally rewrite their brains for performance, resolve past issues, and unlock their capacity for abundance.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a form of psychotherapy in which the person being treated is asked to recall distressing images while generating one of several types of bilateral sensory input, such as side-to-side eye movements or hand tapping. It is included in several guidelines for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It was developed by Francine Shapiro in the 1990s and has been controversial, with some critics calling it pseudoscience and there have been ongoing concerns over the quality of evidence, contradictory findings, significant rates of researcher bias. and dropout rates in studies. The person being treated is asked to recall distressing images while generating one of several types of bilateral sensory input, such as side-to-side eye movements or hand tapping. The 2013 World Health Organization practice guideline says that “Like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with a trauma focus, EMDR aims to reduce subjective distress and strengthen adaptive beliefs related to the traumatic event. Unlike CBT with a trauma focus, EMDR does not involve (a) detailed descriptions of the event, (b) direct challenging of beliefs, (c) extended exposure, or (d) homework”. The proposed mechanisms that underlie eye movements in EMDR therapy are still under investigation and there is as yet no definitive finding. The consensus regarding the underlying biological mechanisms involve the two that have received the most attention and research support: (1) taxing working memory and (2) orienting response/REM sleep. According to the 2013 World Health Organization practice guideline: “This therapy [EMDR] is based on the idea that negative thoughts, feelings and behaviours are the result of unprocessed memories. The treatment involves standardized procedures that include focusing simultaneously on (a) spontaneous associations of traumatic images, thoughts, emotions and bodily sensations and (b) bilateral stimulation that is most commonly in the form of repeated eye movements.” Salkovskis in 2002 reported that the eye movement is irrelevant, and that the effectiveness of EMDR was solely due to its having properties similar to CBT, such as desensitization and exposure.
Person Centered CounselingPerson-centered therapy, also known as person-centered psychotherapy, person-centered counseling, client-centered therapy and Rogerian psychotherapy, is a form of psychotherapy developed by psychologist Carl Rogers beginning in the 1940s and extending into the 1980s. Person-centered therapy seeks to facilitate a client’s self-actualizing tendency, “an inbuilt proclivity toward growth and fulfillment”, via acceptance (unconditional positive regard), therapist congruence (genuineness), and empathic understanding. Person-centered therapy, now considered a founding work in the humanistic school of psychotherapies, began with Carl Rogers, and is recognized as one of the major psychotherapy “schools” (theoretical orientations), along with psychodynamic psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, classical Adlerian psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy, existential therapy, and others. Rogers affirmed individual personal experience as the basis and standard for living and therapeutic effect. Rogers identified six conditions which are needed to produce personality changes in clients: relationship, vulnerability to anxiety (on the part of the client), genuineness (the therapist is truly himself or herself and incorporates some self-disclosure), the client’s perception of the therapist’s genuineness, the therapist’s unconditional positive regard for the client, and accurate empathy. This emphasis contrasts with the dispassionate position which may be intended in other therapies, particularly the more extreme behavioral therapies. Living in the present rather than the past or future, with organismic trust, naturalistic faith in your own thoughts and the accuracy in your feelings, and a responsible acknowledgment of your freedom, with a view toward participating fully in our world, contributing to other peoples’ lives, are hallmarks of Rogers’ person-centered therapy. Rogers also claims that the therapeutic process is essentially the accomplishments made by the client. The client having already progressed further along in their growth and maturation development, only progresses further with the aid of a psychologically favored environment. Although client-centered therapy has been criticized by behaviorists for lacking structure and by psychoanalysts for actually providing a conditional relationship, it has been shown to be an effective treatment. Expanding upon Rogers work theorists have since condensed the Six Necessary and Sufficient Conditions into three Core Conditions. It is believed that the most important factor in successful therapy is the relational climate created by the therapist’s attitude to their client. He specified three interrelated core conditions: Congruence – the willingness to transparently relate to clients without hiding behind a professional or personal facade. Unconditional positive regard – the therapist offers an acceptance and prizing for their client for who he or she is without conveying disapproving feelings, actions or characteristics and demonstrating a willingness to attentively listen without interruption, judgement or giving advice. Empathy – the therapist communicates their desire to understand and appreciate their client’s perspective.
Eating disorders Anxiety Relationship Issues Depression Infertility Life Transitions Stress Management Anger Management Grief Spirituality Substance Abuse Men’s & Women’s Issues Coping Skills
I believe that we all have an innate wisdom and capacity to know the solutions to our problems but we may not be aware of our potential.
In an increasingly challenging world, how does one stay grounded and navigate inner and outer conflict?
I strive to help clients tap into their inner resources to cultivate psychological balance and well-being to address these challenges.
TYPES OF THERAPY
Positive Psychology Humanistic Approach Strength-Based Coping Skills Emotional Disturbance Family Conflict Self-Esteem Stress Trauma Focused Psyche Wellness Therapy
- Humanistic Psychotherapy and Coaching
- Person-Centered Counseling GwG (Society for Scientific Counseling Psychotherapy e.V. Association for Psychotherapy and Counseling)
- Bachelor of Science Degree Alternative Medicine
- Business & Personal Developement Coach
- Holistic Nutritionist, Food & Health Coach and Naturopath
- Ayurvedic Nutrition & Phytotherapy
- Visionary Craniosacral Work Milne Institute Inc. (MII)
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) – Trauma Therapy
- Progressive Muscle Relaxation according to Jacobson with Seminar Leader’s License
- Breathing Therapy – Pranayama
- Mental Healing (Huna, Ho’oponopono, Activation of Self-Healing Through Laying-on, Shamanism)
- Herbalist, Bach Flower and Aromatherapist
- Meditation & Yoga Teacher for Individuals and Groups
- Certified Massage and Wellness Therapist specialized in Foot & Head Reflexology, Thai Yoga Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Sports Massage
- International Seminar Instructor & Lecturer