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Every thing you need to know about Cognitive Therapies

Cognitive therapy was developed primarily as a therapeutic technique to enable people to understand how our thoughts affect us emotionally. This is a relatively short term, solution-focused therapy which focuses on present thinking and behaviour. It is mainly used in therapeutic contexts to help people reprogram their patterns of thought.

15 Unhelpful thinking styles that you need to be careful about

Introduction We communicate with ourselves with the help of our thoughts. The quality of our thoughts is one of the key elements that determines the quality of our life. Sometimes due to certain experiences in early childhood, our culture, or

Why learning hypnosis must be mandatory for all counsellors?

In this post we will focus on understanding what is the role of a counsellor and how hypnotic counselling can help the counsellor fulfil that role effectively. Introduction Mental health is one of the most spoken about topics in today’s


NLP and CBT – Two Sides of the Same Coin?

If you have been looking to build your skills as therapist, you have probably heard about these terms more than once – NLP or Neuro Linguistic Programming and CBT or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Read on to understand how the two

NLP Meta Model for asking the right questions

Most effective tool for taking interviews? – NLP Meta Model

NLP Meta Model is a collection of a really useful set of questions that can be used to collect specific information by challenging the generalisations, correcting the distortions and recovering the deletions present in the speaker’s language. In any conversation

Managing PTSD with Hypnosis, NLP & CBT

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – Complete Guide

What is PTSD? PTSD stands for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. As the name suggests, PTSD refers to the stress that people experience even after the traumatic experience or event(s) is over. Simply put, it can be described as “THE AFTERSHOCK”. This