Rapid Transform Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy (Hypnosis) is recognised to work and it works well for many areas. Traditional hypotherapy takes between 5 – 15 sessions to usually produce lasting results. Well worth the time and investment.
But there is a way to compress this effectiveness and that can be achieved rapidly, hence the term “Rapid Transform Hypnotherapy.”.
Rapid Transform Hypnotherapy
One of the pioneers of bringing hypnotherapy into the 20th century and getting it more recognition for its effectiveness in treating many issues was Gil Boyne.
Gil wrote a groundbreaking booking in the 1970s called “Transforming Therapy”. This book and Gils subsequent trainings went on to make sure these amazing techniques were made available to qualified Hypnotherapists who wanted to use these groundbreaking approaches to truly rapid change.
Conquer fears & phobias, deal with addictions and re-set behaviours to help not hinder you and do it all rapidly!
What Is Rapid Transform Hypnotherapy (RTH)?
Transforming therapy is rapid, so this is my take on the groundwork Gil Boyne paved the way for. It is one of the fastest ways to unconciously make amazing changes in our lives.
Loss can be experienced through
– Death of a person or a beloved animal
– Separation or divorce
– Loss of home, job or prospects in life
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For those who mourn
Grief takes away hope, strength and joie de vivre. So that there is space for this in life again, we work in grief counselling
Grief costs manpower – this is evident in companies. We help. We look after affected colleagues in acute cases , write really nice obituaries and organise internal and external grief communication, clarify in advance about opportunities and risks and train managers and health officers on the subject of grief.
Animals are friends, are like family members. Their death can therefore cause tremendous pain and guilt. In addition, there is often a great lack of understanding on the part of the environment.
Details of Grief Counselling
When does grief counseling make sense?
If you would like support with coping with your grief , for example someone to whom you can tell about your pain as often as you want without hearing the comment: “You have to get over it now.”
When you want to get out of the pain but don’t see a way to do it.
If you take sedatives and sleeping pills for more than 4 weeks, drink too much alcohol, or eat too little.
It is natural if the thought occurs to you that you are no longer interested in this life. If these thoughts don’t go away on their own, or if you can’t cope with them, take the chance to talk to another person about whether everything is hopeless.
We know our way around grief. Even if it feels like it – that’s not the end. To gain new strength, it is good to know more about the emotional chaos that it causes. We help to cope with grief issues individually and stress-free, we clarify, relieve pain and find simple solutions.
Rapid Transform Hypnotherapy Details
Grief is neither a disease nor a sign of weakness. But on the contrary. The ability to grieve helps us integrate a painful loss into our life story and stay connected to the lost in a changing form.
Stages of grief
1st phase of not wanting to admit it (shock and denial)
This phase can last from a few hours to months. The news of death cannot be understood emotionally. You feel frozen, in shock or react with outbursts of emotion.
2. Phase of feelings that break out
Feelings of deep despair, fear and helplessness, loneliness, guilt, but also anger towards the deceased and oneself, alternate here. At the same time, massive physical side effects such as restlessness, insomnia, loss of appetite, digestive problems and concentration disorders can occur.
This phase can continue until the person concerned learns to accept death.
3. Phase of slow reorientation
The mourner finds a new kind of relationship with the deceased. Old activities are resumed. He can remember the deceased without great emotional pain and develops a new sense of self-worth.
4. New inner balance
The mourner has found a new meaning in life. A new mental and physical balance is felt. He has developed a positive attitude towards himself, his own abilities and the future.
The individual phases of mourning can overlap, coincide or mix with one another, just as the sequence can be different.
The grief processing is not continuous; there is progress and regression. On birthdays, anniversaries and public holidays in particular, fluctuations in the various feelings often occur.
In order for the wound of loss to heal, each mourner should allow himself to go through these phases.
What is grief counseling?
Means giving you support and tools to deal with your loss. This can be a death (bereavement) or some other significant loss in your life. It is designed to help you in the various stages of grief.
This can help to better understand feelings and to accept grief, to learn to live with the absence of the beloved, to give love a new way of expression, to regain life energy and to realign life.