Freeing Yourself From Anxiety
How to stop stressing and start living
Seminar in October – details to be advised
Recent research showed GPs report 75% of illness is stress related. WOW! Almost everyone needs to learn to manage this. One third of us will suffer from some sort of mental illness and much of this has its origin in stress and trauma.
The thing is that stress builds up in our bodies like blowing up a balloon, it keeps filling until either you let some out… or you become overwhelmed and your balloon “bursts”… causing illness and breakdown. You can prevent this. Find out HOW!
This very practical Seminar to give you tools to
- To recognise your Stress and Anxiety and the danger signs.
- To release all that every day stress in regular manageable ways
- Identify & manage your ‘blocks’
- Create changes you want in your life
October -details available in shortly
This seminar combines practical common-sense tools with self hypnosis to empower you in both your business and your life. You will learn practical and easy techniques to help yourself through tough times without the need to turn to medication or worse, self medication.
You will find that understanding the difference between your conscious and your unconscious mind, also sometimes called the subconscious mind, helps you to make changes in your life, because it is 90% of your mind and because it is the boss, it is where you need to work to make any lasting change.
Jean is an experienced and highly qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Trauma and PTSD specialist with a background in both business consultancy and neurophysiology.
She has been running her own businesses for over 20 years and has been a finalist in the Telstra Business Women’s Awards.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 883646
“I enjoyed the content you shared being a balance of factual researched information together with your experiences and reflections. I found the session well-paced with great realistic examples of situations of the power of hypnotherapy and how the mind is an amazing thing that can affect our quality of life and our daily living”. Jenny