Month: February 2015 (page 1 of 3)

What Hypnotherapy is to Our Chrysalis Interviewer; Clive. Part 1.

I personally see Hypnotherapy as more of a solution focused form of therapy that works directly on the subconscious part of the brain, instead of the logical rational part. We all have an inner critic and he or she lives in the subconscious part of your brain not the logical rational part of your brain.

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A Day in The Life of a Chrysalis Hypnotherapy Tutor

A certain peace always seems to reign over my classroom when I arrive. It is usually time to set up, organise the register and sit and soak up the silence until the first of my lovely students arrives.

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Can Hypnotherapy Help With Anxiety?

Living with anxiety can be hard and it’s good to remember that there are a number of treatments available to combat anxiety. Hypnotherapy is one treatment that’s seen to help with the condition and Chrysalis Not For Profit knows of some real success stories about treating anxiety with hypnotherapy. In this blogpost we’ll examine hypnotherapy’s impact on anxiety and its related conditions.

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What are the Most Common Physical Symptoms of Depression?

Recognising that you’re depressed is the first step in taking control of the condition. At Chrysalis Not For Profit we often get asked about the physical symptoms of depression, in this blogpost we’ll look at the most common ones.

Anyone can suffer from depression

Experts agree that one in ten people in the UK suffer from depression, and it can strike young and old, male or female alike. Depression can be debilitating, both mentally and physically, but it’s these physical symptoms that are often overlooked.

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Emotionally Supported Employees; Happier, Loyal and More Productive

The modern workplace and stress seem to go seamlessly together with a huge 87% of people in one survey reporting work-related stress. It is also not just the individual’s health but the companies they are working for also.

Emma Mamo from the charity Mind, states that stress ‘costs UK employers £26bn a year’ in sickness absence. So every organisation, big or small, does need to take mental health seriously.

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