Learning to manage your beliefs and thinking…
is enormously helpful, especially if you create a lot of anxiety by overthinking. This type of psychotherapy teaches you a new mindset that puts you in control rather than feeling at the mercy of events, prejudices and other people. Many people suffering from common psychological and health-related conditions believe that their symptoms are happening to them and they, consequently, feel completely powerless to improve their situation. Many symptoms and problems in life are actually created or exacerbated by people’s limiting belief systems and thinking styles. Regardless of your age, where you happen to live, your background or your upbringing, you can choose how to live your life. When people are thriving, they are living their life to the full. They find it easier to be resilient, to stay happy and healthy, to be successful and to achieve their goals.
Basically, whether you are fit or unfit, well or unwell, happy or unhappy, healthy or unhealthy, the way you think and what you believe have a profound influence over the rest of your body and how you experience life. So beliefs work can help you to overcome fears, phobias and anxieties, but it can also help with much more than that.
♦ Anxiety, stress, panic disorder
♦ Feeling Depressed
♦ Low self-esteem and confidence
♦ Fears and phobias (including fear of flying, needle phobia, fear of heights, agoraphobia, etc.)
♦ Emetophobia – the fear of vomiting
♦ Eating disorders (including body dysmorphia)
♦ Resolving relationship issues – in families, marriages, and friends
♦ Sexual problems (including vaginismus, premature ejaculation)
♦ Weight control / maintaining a healthy weight
♦ Addressing excessive alcohol consumption
♦ Sleep problems (chronic insomnia, night-brooding, nightmares)
♦ Irritable Bowel Syndromes (IBS)
♦ Chronic Fatigue/ Post-viral Fatigue/ fibromyalgia
♦ Helping people to cope with and fight cancer, chronic illness and pain
♦ Unexplained infertility
♦ Getting a job, keeping a job, interview skills, confidence skills
♦ Just being happy and enjoying life
♦ It is also ideal for those who don’t have significant psychological symptoms, but would just like to: be happier, learn to live life to the full, get the most and the best out of every day, or achieve specific goals.