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Dealing with work stress

Dealing with work stress Blog 3 of 3 in a series of work related stress blogs You need time out, this is down time for your mind, body and brain. Do something for you, where possible not tech related. Do your favourite hobby, get a hobby, go for a walk, take a hot bath, move… Read more »

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How to Spot Work Stress Symptoms

How to Spot Work Stress Blog 2 of 3 in a series on work related stress blogs Here are some of the symptoms that work stress can look like for some – Anxiety, irritable, depression feelings Trouble concentrating Fatigue Trouble sleeping Trouble switching off from work Stomach and or digestive problems Loss of interest in… Read more »

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How to Handle Work Stress

How to Handle Work Stress (blog 1 of 3) Wow, I was just reading something about work related stress, the figures from the Health and Safety Executive are staggering for 2019/20 (up to March 2020). 828,000 Workers suffering from work-related stress, depression or anxiety (new or longstanding) in 2019/20. April to June 2019 their where… Read more »

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Hypnosis, Busting a Myth about Hypnosis

The majority of the work I do doesn’t need a deep “trance” or level of relaxation, I do a lot of work with my clients in a very light trance or level of relaxation. Encouraging my clients to allow a sense of calmness to flow through them in whatever way feels right for them is… Read more »

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Selfish Good or Bad

Yes, there are people we have come across over the years who have been selfish to the extreme and this isn’t always nice, but are they comfortable with themselves? The answer is probably YES. No matter how yuk that sits with you it’s probably true, they are looking out for themselves and they are comfortable… Read more »

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A Little About Me

So here is my therapy journey so far. I set up my Hypnotherapy Works practice back in early 2014, but this isn’t where it all began. It began when our kids were very young, 2 boys under 3. Gary, my partner, started with panic attacks. He thought at the time he was suffering from an… Read more »

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Idiopathic Cough

Client A contacted Helen to explain they had a cough that was idiopathic, the cough was causing concern for the client as it could be very violent. Client A explained how they had burst blood vessels in their eyes due to the violent nature of the cough, causing the client a lot of concern as… Read more »

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What is BWRT?

BWRT works directly with the part of our brain where the fight, flight or freeze response comes from, the hind brain/reptilian brain/old brain. This part of our brain is where the anxiety or panic response begins. By getting as close to the beginning of the anxious response as possible it can be stopped and replaced with… Read more »

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Online Therapy

Helpful hints and tips. Try to be as close to your WiFi router as you can so that your WiFi signal is strong Turn off any other devices that use WiFi, these will reduce the strength of WiFi Find a room that will be comfortable for you to talk openly (just like you would in… Read more »

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Mindless moments, are they gone?

Going back a few generations, wash day (washing all clothing by hand) was once a full day job and I guess you would have had time to just think and be with your thoughts whilst washing your clothes. Preparing food from scratch as it didn’t all come washed and ready to use or frozen and… Read more »

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