Tailored hypnotherapy for anxiety in Singapore
Hi, if you are reading this, then maybe you have anxiety and are looking for a solution, or you may just be here out of curiosity? Whatever your reason, welcome, and I hope you find the information below interesting, maybe even useful.
Primarily we are emotional beings and it is principally because of that, that life is essentially a feeling experience. Consequently, the quality of one's life is empirically determined by how it feels. As such, if you are experiencing a lot of anxiety on a daily basis, then life probably doesn't feel that good right now? If that sounds like you or someone you know, then the Trans4mational Therapy is exactly what you are looking for! Having worked as an anxiety specialist, for many years, Thom Bush came to Singapore in 2007, replete with all the training and experience he learned in the UK. That included specialist training and a Certificate in Anxiety Management from the prestigious UK Academy of Therapeutic Arts, run by Shaun Brookehouse and Fiona Biddle (legends in the field). However, Thom plies his anxiety management skills from both sides of the equation because before he was trained to deal with anxiety, he suffered from it! As a former sufferer of debilitating anxiety and panic attacks, Thom has some idea of what it feels like at your end! So, the combination of both empirical and practical experience makes him your obvious choice! And to make your choice even easier, he provides a free 1-hour consultation, where you get to meet Thom, discuss your issue and experience a demonstration of hypnosis.
Although anxiety falls under the umbrella of one name or condition, practically speaking, it is definitely more than one condition. It comes in many forms, e.g.
GAD (generalised anxiety disorder)
Exam anxiety or even
PTSD )post-traumatic stress disorder)
OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder)
Even procrastination is a varying form (mild to extreme) of an anxiety disorder!
Consequently, any of the many forms of anxiety can make life hell; so what can you do? Well, you'll be pleased to hear that anxiety disorders very often respond well to hypnotherapy treatments and very often without the need for medication. Although sometimes the combination of both psychotherapy/hypnotherapy etc. and medication is very effective. This is important for people on medication to know because many anxiety medications cannot be suddenly stopped. The only caveat for a combined approach though, is that the medication has reached a point where its therapeutic benefit is confirmed. So that means you can add a talk therapy, e.g. psychotherapy or hypnotherapy at without concern. For some, this information is invaluable because Doctors are not usually keen to commence tapering your treatment until they see an improvement in your condition.
So, take heart because no matter where you are on your anxiety journey, help is available! So, it's nice to know that hypnotherapy and/or psychotherapy can offer you some excellent prospects for a return to normal life!
Clinical Hypnotherapist, Thom Bush, has been in private practice for 20 years,13 in Singapore, and during that time, he has helped thousands of clients live better lives. He specialises is in treating life-limiting conditions, such as anxiety, stress and depression, as well as confidence and self-esteem. This is because living a life without the burden of unnecessary and unwarranted anxiety, stress or depression is a necessity for what we know as happiness.
Conditions, such as anxiety, stress and depression (which involve intense levels of fight or flight) make normal life difficult, they also make it troublesome and problematic. Thom helps you understand the causes and development of your anxiety and then provides you with practical and scientific solutions. Consequently, he has an exceptional record of helping clients get back to a normal life. So, if you or someone you love is suffering from too much anxiety, stress or depression, why not call Thom today (+65 9186 3575)? Or to make an appointment for a free 1-hour consultation, no strings attached, go here; You have absolutely nothing to lose, except your problem!
To see if you are suffering from an anxiety issue, it's time to ask yourself some very important questions, is anxiety:
Affecting the quality of your life?
Preventing you from making friends?
Damaging your relationships?
Limiting or stalling career progression?
Preventing you from eating in public?
Trapping you in your own home?
Making it hard to trust others?
If you answered yes to any or all questions, then it's time to take action; don't let Anxiety take the life you deserve and want!
It is important to know that anxiety isn't always the bad guy it's made out to be! In fact, some of it is actually a good thing, it helps us to instinctively evaluate situations that may prove to be harmful or dangerous. But when anxiety is excessive or rampant it begins to affect the way we live our lives, probably making it harder to feel the joys of life. Chronic anxiety is a disorder of the brain and mental processes, it assiduously and progressively begins to limit the quality and effectiveness of our life. Instead of it being protective, it becomes destructive! It prevents us from doing things that may be beneficial to us or just makes living and enjoying life difficult; if not seemingly impossible! For example, social anxiety may prevent us from meeting new friends, or the partner of our dreams. It can impair our career advancement, it can make us lonely and often sad people! General anxiety makes us fearful of most situations; even when we logically know it is not rational to feel this way. Panic disorder can literally make us feel like we are having a heart attack; that's aside from the overwhelming feeling of doom that abounds.
But it really doesn't have to be this way
This is because we can easily discover new effective ways to understand our anxiety and then conquer it. Through cognitive restructuring we begin to self-determine our emotional states, life then becomes more meaningful. But what do I mean, determine our emotional states? The brain has several structures or regions involved in the fear or defensive mechanisms, these essentially aim to keep us safe. And they do so without our conscious intervention, they essentially dictate how we experience life. Amongst these brain regions are two small structures (one in each hemisphere) called the amygdala. It also has a close network of equally concerned cousins, referred to as the extended amygdala. When you experience anxiety or fear, you can guarantee the amygdalae et al, are hard at work. However, contrary to popular belief, e.g. "I am the way I am", we can actually learn to react differently to anxiety. We can learn its signals, become aware of our thought processes and eventually take alternative steps, create better outcomes and live a better life; we really can!
How you may ask?
Well, there are many ways and mine, I believe, is one of the better ones. The essence of my method is the way in which it observes, understands and re-consolidates the way emotional memories express themselves. And, having been a former sufferer of debilitating anxiety I have developed a method that is easy to understand and implement. Now I am not specifically saying it is always easy to do, but it can be! What I'm saying, is, that if you follow the programme, do the exercises (not physical, although that is an excellent idea) it will bring results; without a doubt. Added to this, is the work we will do in hypnosis. Hypnosis will allow you to make progress at the subconscious level; the place where your negative and anxiety-provoking thoughts come from! So why not give it a try?
To learn more about my Anxiety Freedom Programme
You can call or email me (see below). Alternatively, you can make an appointment online for a Free Consultation and discuss the matter in more depth. The Consultation is completely free and without obligation and you are free to choose what to do at the end of it! Learn to be Free of unnecessary and unwanted Anxiety today!
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