Hypnolight - Larbert, Fife FK54BP

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1 Hornel Place , Larbert , Fife FK54BP








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I am a firm believer that people are their own best healers and have the inner knowledge and resources to do so. I am here to help guide you in that recovery process, using my professional skills and training in a relaxed and comfortable environment.

The ultimate aim is to help you on your healing journey, successfully deal with your issues and empower you in the process.

My background is in psychology and mental health and this experience reflected in my practice.

Hypnolight is located in the Larbert area of Fife. There is 1 other listing in the FK54BP postcode area.

Hypnotherapists in Fife FK54BP

Number of Employees: 1

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This is a very real thing; most people know at least one person whose present makes them feel drained and tired... So read on if this is the case for you.
7/13/2019 9:33:13 AM

This does come up in therapy sessions. Sometimes my clients feel their family/friends/partners etc. are just using them; deep inside they know these relationships are toxic and not healthy but they feel powerless or even guilty to do anything about it. For example, many people have that one friend who only calls when they want to offload, complain and share their misery but aren't actually interested in you that much. Sooner or later we start to realise this and even dread talking to them. It's about keeping healthy boundaries. It's not disrespectful to renegotiate these boundaries or even letting go. Because ultimately, it's not your job to take on anyone else's toxicity if they aren't willing to work on their own 'stuff'. Everyone has their own path. Make yours your priority.
7/5/2019 4:50:00 PM

Childhood wounds and conditioning can rule our lives without us even knowing. Wounded people often wound others. Self-awareness and consequent healing of these can be empowering and life-changing.
7/1/2019 4:13:00 PM

Abuse in a relationship doesn't have to be only physical. Psychological and emotional abuse is just as damaging and can cause havoc with our physical health also. I often work with traumatised clients so this article piqued my interest. It gives a rather insightful information on so called 'trauma bonding'. Which may explain why some people stay in abusive relationships for so long.
6/23/2019 8:52:37 AM

Absolutely. We're a work in progress. But it's good to foster healing and awareness. And forgiveness.
6/19/2019 8:52:44 AM

This is not uncommon yet people may not be aware it may be happening to them, whether at home or at workplace. It's important to raise the awareness.
5/25/2019 9:16:59 AM

OK, a tad too sweary if you don't like swearing but the idea is beautiful. I've shared this concept with a few clients of mine. It's simple but beautiful. Metaphors are powerful tools for change.
5/22/2019 7:19:03 AM

Adverse childhood experiences and repeated exposure to stress and trauma have a deep impact on the brain development and this has been linked to all sorts of issues such as substance abuse, impulse control, heart disease... Children need a loving, healthy environment to develop and grow.
5/18/2019 12:51:12 PM

Resilience is the key and the good news is, you can do something about it.
5/16/2019 4:47:00 PM

This is pretty interesting. I regularly feel awe in nature. Standing by the majestic Gullfoss waterfall or experiencing profound, almost defeaning silence where the tectonic plates meet in Reykjanes Peninsula (both places in Iceland), standing on top of a mountain, looking at green pastures, watching wild deer...etc. When do you experience awe? Isn't it interesting to know that such emotions is so beneficial to both our physical and mental health? I know that with the help of hypnosis, we can elicit feelings of awe...and with a little practice, connect with them when we want. Or we could just go and spend some time in the nature and really observe what is going on around us :-)
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