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Heal the Father Wound

I have designed a programme that enables you to go through the different stages of healing, so that you can start to notice and identify the changes in your own life, which is an empowering part of the process.

It’s important to be gentle with yourself and acknowledge that you are taking the first steps for making a positive impact for your body and mind, as you learn to understand, acknowledge, accept and feel what you may have been supressing for many years.

As a Clinical Hypnotherapist I use a method called Advanced Conversational Hypnotherapy and through the conversation we have, we can begin to untie all of the knots of what you have experienced in your life. The power of the questions used can evoke emotions and bodily sensations where your body and mind have stored all the things you have been holding on to for so long. I give you the space to do it at your own pace because this is a time to truly lean into understanding and learning about yourself. There’s no judgement here, no sense of time constraints or me telling you what to do. This is your time to heal, your time to be seen, heard and breathe; breathe like you have never breathed before, as you begin to maybe feel lighter.

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Release the Emotions

The first part of your healing journey is to release anything that is holding you back in your life. This requires you to trust in the process as your body and mind let go of the emotions that you have been holding onto for most of your life. Whether they show up as you cursing, crying, screaming, it doesn’t matter because you will be held in a safe space that allows you to free yourself from the shackles that have weighed you down for too long.

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Reparent your Inner Child

Getting in touch with your inner child and letting them know that they are loved, safe, secure and important is a beautiful experience. The power of this process allows you to give yourself what you needed as a child, whether that’s a cuddle, reassurance, guidance, compassion and understanding.

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Emotional Regulation

Suppressing emotions for the majority of life is unhealthy and it can disrupt different parts of your life as a result e.g., career – imposter syndrome as you want to climb the ladder (feelings of being unworthy). Learn how to regulate your emotions in a therapeutic environment and in a setting that gives you the knowledge, skills and resources to maintain this as part of your every day life.

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