Personalised Treatments for Anxiety, Stress and Depression
Welcome to Trans4mational Therapy Centre Singapore, If you are looking for a solution to a life issue, then hypnotherapy is just what you are looking for? My name is Thom Bush, I’m a Clinical Hypnotherapist and have been in private practice for over 19 years now (12 in Singapore) and have over 18,300 hours of clinical experience. During that time I have helped thousands of people live better lives with my specialised hypnotherapy services (see what they say here). I was born in London, England and ran my own business for 26 years. I then trained to become a Clinical Hypnotherapist (Diploma Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy), as well as becoming a US Certified Hypnotist. For more than 14 years now I have extensively studied the human brain, mostly from a functional and behavioural perspective and relating it to the therapeutic process because it is the unique way that our brain works that lead's to the many issues we face. This research led to my developing a unique brain-based style of hypnotherapy; “Trans4mational Therapy,” which works synchronously with our brain! And over that time I have been honing and polishing my skills right here in Singapore. So, apart from this page, you can also find lots of articles and blogs that highlight the key findings of my research and you can see the full list of it here!
So why is my style different?
Like many other hypnotherapists, I was trained in the traditional way and initially wanted to follow those conventional norms but I discovered that so much of who we are and what we do stands streets apart from the so-called norms!, So I decided to look for a different approach and dug really deep into the inner workings of the brain and mind to discover it for myself. The reason for this search, was simply because I believed there had to be a real pathway in the brain that explained what hypnosis is and why and how it works; and I found it! This discovery is not, as most hypnotherapists say, the subconscious mind and if you want to know more, you can read what I discovered here!
Many hypnotherapists say you have to find the root of the problem, which is presumably in the past, others say you can ignore the past and just focus on the future! The truth is they are both correct, some of the time; just not all of it! That’s simply because we are all different and what may work for one, may not work for the other. How you experience hypnosis should not be limited by my beliefs or the dogma of any particular discipline or method! It is for that very reason that my approach is flexible, adaptable and eclectic (and that includes the timeframe in which therapy is delivered). Basically, if you are different, then I have to different along with you! That difference is recognised over at WhatClinic, where I have consistently been the top-rated Hypnotherapist in Singapore! Check it out here!
Trans4mational Therapy's tailored hypnotic solutions will gently guide you to a special place and I will be there to mentor you all the way. And you don't have to take my word for this, you can try out my service with a totally Free Consultaion, that means you can make an appointment, with confidence for a Free Consultation, right here! So, all you have to lose, is the problem?
On the other hand, if you want to find out more about my tailored hypnotherapy service and How It Can Help You, why not visit the links below, where you can discover some useful insight and information into who I am, what I do and how I do it! And if you can't find the answer to your questions there, then please feel free to email me here or give me a call +65 9186 3575 for a truly personal service experience?
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Trans4mational Therapy Centre, helping you to make the right choice!
As mentioned above, I stand outside the conventional norms of hypnotherapy practice because my sessions are longer than most, 90 minutes (50% more time) and will often, time permitting, go a little beyond that at no additional cost. The reason I work this way evolved over many years, simply because I discovered that psychological issues don’t always fit nicely into 60-minute time slots, which is the universal therapeutic norm, for some unknown reason? You may want to know a little more about my approach and how it developed and I explain that in detail on these pages.
Some practitioners posit the idea that to delve into your past is unnecessarily painful or maybe even unnecessary! But visiting the past can also be hugely beneficial but is not mandatory, so if you want to we can and if you'd prefer not to, then that is fine. In any event, we can manage any emotional pain, if there is any, during the session. But I need to explain why! The issues we have are mostly held in memories of the past, not the past itself and the ways in which these young memories are formed, mostly occurs outside of our awareness. These juvenile memories are consolidated and reconsolidated in a young, immature and developing brain and, as children, they usually work quite well, at least contextually for a child. However, because memories evolve over time, what we term "a normal life" requires that we develop in a natural and normal way. If we do not, which is usually a consequence of something like dysfunctional parenting, trauma, physical and/or emotional abuse etc, then in later life there is the possibility of these memories becoming distorted or even corrupted. This is a process that happens as we transition from childhood to adulthood. We will have very little if any, awareness of this memory misregulation and therefore, will have a tendency to focus on what may appear to be an adult perspective of our understanding of these painful memories and strong emotions etc. In some sense, we will believe our adult perspective of this maladapted reconsolidation of the childhood memory and this prevents us from seeing the event(s) from both perspectives, i.e. as a child and later as an adult and that's the problem!
Choosing the right therapist?
In the UK, the guiding principle of my profession is: "if you can't prove it, don't say it" and even though I am no longer in the UK, I still hold myself accountable to that principle! So, to that end, I make no bold, misleading or unprovable claims. Whether it's claiming to be the "No1 Hypnotherapist" or "The leading hypnotherapy centre in Singapore," or something else of that ilk, I just believe in good old fashioned honesty and integrity!
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Quality Assured Practice
Ethical values and sound morals are of the utmost importance in one's everyday life and, perhaps, even more so when one is working with others who place their trust in them! It is, precisely, because of this, that ethical practice is of paramount importance in any type of therapeutic intervention. And consequently, it is the cornerstone of my clinical hypnotherapy practice here in Singapore. Of course, having a desire to create cognitive acuity, it is imperative that my level of congruity must align with my life's principles. And because of that, my life's vision and mission statements really must be on the same page! In order to walk the talk; I have to be the talk! To that end, my life's philosophy is, "say what you mean, mean what you say!" As well as that, we must align ourselves, mentally and spiritually with our clients' needs and desires, that is the birthplace of empathy and compassion.To view the Code of Ethics I am bound to click here:
To be proficient as a therapist, being honest, empathic and kind are worthy aspirations but real-life experience and good training are also essential. For it is often from our mistakes that life is made good, after all, adversity is our teacher, life; is the classroom! Especially because it is these moments of life that help to instil both competence and professionalism. So it should be no surprise that my own life experience is what ultimately shaped the way I apply the training I have received! That much is borne out in the many testimonials I receive from past clients
Over the many years, I have been a hypnotherapist, I have learned to discover that perhaps one of the most important qualities of a therapist is empathy; but how do you teach that? The empathy that is seemingly apparent to each client I see, was gained over many years and, for the most part, as a result of my own life's trials and tribulations. I have woven that life experience into my work ethic and empathy is now a natural fabric of my therapeutic ideology and that's a promise! To experience my therapeutic approach first hand, you are very welcome to a Free Consultation (more info on that here), you have nothing to lose; except, of course; the Problem!
Clarity of mind and thought are central to a good emotional life. It is because of that, that part of my work focuses on the quality of the language each client uses; both internal and external. The quality of one's language is defined by its proclivity, our learned habitual tendency, towards negativity, vagueness and/or wrong context. In a general sense, when language is well-formed, precise and positive, one's emotional experience of life is usually better too! The problem I see in almost every client I work with is that they use words whose meaning is vague, ambiguous or filters emotion at lower levels of the mind. If we are in a buoyant jubilant mood these words will likely have little effect. However, when we are in an anxious or fearful mindset, they feed into and can spiral our emotions in a downward way!
It was the discovery of the ways in which the everyday language we use, negatively influences our general sense of well-being and that this then goes on to affect the way we think, feel and behave. As I said above, the state of our current mood will alter the effect of this lack of clarity will have on us. And Trans4mational Therapy aims to help us resolve this subtle background, seemingly innocuous, inner self-perpetrator, of our everyday experience of life. Trans4mational Therapy is the synthesis of all of my training, therapeutic and life experience. And to discover more about that, you can have a free consultation, free of any commitment and, also, try hypnosis; if you want to!
Thom was very patient... The session ended up to be slightly longer the intended 1hr. I had my first session on hypnotherapy and was naturally very weary of the whole process... I didn't think much of it but that night... I didn't have insomnia and slept early without any problem... The last few days my husband even commented that I'm more cheerful... I don't know if it's coincidence but it definitely had a positive effect on my life ... Thanks Thom :)