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Timeline Therapy

 

What is Timeline Therapy?

Timeline Therapy is a collection of techniques that is a unique blend of CBT, NLP, and Hypnosis concepts. This powerful therapeutic process allows you to gain emotional control over your life. It is sometimes known as Creating your Future Techniques.

How this helps you?

  • Timeline therapy is a process that assists you with:
  • Let go of negative emotions from the past
  • Let go of limiting decisions from the past
  • Create our future the way we want it.
  • Boost your confidence.
  • Overcome fears and phobias.
  • Release stress
  • Improve your relationships.
  • Silence the negative voice in your head
  • Acknowledge your self-worth.
  • Forgive and be compassionate of others
  • Live in the present moment
  • Release yourself from trauma.
  • Open yourself to better experiences.
  • Realize your goals.

How this works?

One of the many advantages of TLT is that it enables you to release and clear gestalts or (chains) of an emotion rather than one at a time as most other emotional release techniques do. For example, if you have anger issues, TLT facilitates the releasing and clearing of ALL anger from the past and not just the anger attached to a particular event. In other words, anger is released from its roots.

I believe that this is one of the main reasons the client can get the result he wants so quickly and experience lasting results. Some people get confused that the memories of painful events are cleared. It is only the negative emotions attached to the memories that are cleared in TLT. Memories are our history and it is not ecological or appropriate to clear them.

TLT is invaluable in enabling individuals to resolve negative emotional issues from the past and clear limiting beliefs and decisions that may have prevented them from moving forward and achieving their goals for the future. Some examples of limiting beliefs are: “I don’t deserve it,” “I am just not good enough.” Many clients with emotional issues get the result they want in or around six hours, rather than months and years.

Where more complex conditions such as PTSD, trauma or physiological conditions are also involved, it may take longer. One of the main advantages of Timeline Therapy is that instead of talking about the problem week after, week the client gets to do something about it. TLT is usually used in conjunction with clinical hypnosis and NLP, and together they provide a powerful therapeutic model. Timeline Therapy is most effective with anxiety and stress-based conditions such as exam nerves, performance anxiety, panic, phobia, trauma, and PTSD, as well as depression

Neuro-linguistic Programming

 

What is Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)?

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a psychological approach that involves analyzing strategies used by successful individuals and applying them to reach a personal goal. It relates thoughts, language, and patterns of behavior learned through experience to specific outcomes.

How this helps you? 

  • Anxiety, phobia, and panic
  • Communication Issues
  • Depression Attention-deficit issue
  • Addiction
  • And many more

How this works?

It incorporates specific NeuroLinguistic Programming strategies and techniques designed to produce specific outcomes.

NLP teaches you how to reframe your current beliefs by applying different meaning to behaviors, situations in life, and new beliefs that you would like to have. It can create a very powerful change in how you view the world and deal with life’s difficulties.

NLP therapists work with people to understand their thinking and behavioral patterns, emotional state, and aspirations. By examining a person’s map, the therapist can help them find and strengthen the skills that serve them best and assist them in developing new strategies to replace unproductive ones. This process can help individuals in therapy reach treatment goals.

Clinical Hypnotherapy

 

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is a very deep level of spiritual healing. It could be really deep soul work is actually quite profound hypnotherapy, also referred to as guided hypnosis, is a form of psychotherapy that uses relaxation, extreme concentration, and intense attention to achieve a heightened consciousness or mindfulness. In other words, it places the individual into a “trance” or altered state of awareness. It is also called “Suggestion Therapy.”

This form of therapy is considered alternative medicine to utilize one’s mind to help reduce or alleviate various issues, such as psychological distress, phobias, and unhealthy, destructive, or dangerous habits (i.e., smoking and/or drinking). Hypnotherapy aims to create a positive change in an individual while he/she is in a state of unconsciousness or slumber (sleep).

How this helps you?

  • Phobias
  • Addiction
  • Relationship/Family/Work Conflicts
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Grief and Loss of a Loved One
  • Past trauma
  • Weight Loss

How this works?

During hypnosis, a trained hypnotist or hypnotherapist induces a state of intense concentration or focused attention. This is a guided process with verbal cues and repetition.

The trance-like state you enter may appear similar to sleep in many ways, but you’re fully aware of what’s going on. While you’re in this trance-like state, your therapist will make guided suggestions designed to help you achieve your therapeutic goals. Because you’re in a heightened state of focus, you may be more open to proposals or advice that, you might ignore or brush off in your normal mental state.

When the session is complete, your therapist will wake you from the trance-like state, or you will exit it on your own. It’s unclear how this intense level of inner concentration and focused attention has the impact it does.

Hypnotherapy may place the seeds of different thoughts in your mind during the trance-like state, and soon, those changes take root and prosper.

Hypnotherapy may also clear the way for deeper processing and acceptance. In your regular mental state, if it’s “cluttered,” your mind may be unable to absorb suggestions and guidance.

Mindfulness and Relaxation

 

What is mindfulness and relaxation

This therapy effectively reduces stress, increases self-awareness, enhances emotional intelligence, and handles painful thoughts and feelings effectively. It is the process of focusing on what you choose to focus on or quieting the mind, like meditation.

The difference between Mindfulness and Meditation is that in mindfulness, we focus on the present and enjoy just being in that moment, even with our eyes open and in a conscious state. As you learn to let go of invading thoughts without judgment, you can train the mind to focus on what you desire.

Meditation is the balance of mindfulness and relaxation. Mindful meditation is very effective as it allows the cultivation of compassion for others and yourself. As we observe others and other people’s motivations, we can see that we are all doing our best to deal with life as it unfolds for us. Ethics and motivations are acknowledged when we do the things we do, allowing us to understand that we feel the same emotions and experiences but deal with them differently.

How this helps you?

  • To be fully present, here and now
  • To experience negative thoughts and feelings safely
  • To become aware of what you’re avoiding
  • To become more connected to yourself,  others, and the world around you
  • To increase self-awareness
  • To understand deep limiting beliefs are illusory
  • To become less disturbed by and less reactive to unpleasant experiences
  • To learn the distinction between you and your thoughts
  • To have more direct contact with the world, rather than living through your thoughts
  • To learn that everything changes; that thoughts and feelings come and go like the weather
  • To have more balance, less emotional volatility
  • To experience more calmness and peacefulness

To develop self-acceptance and self-compassion.

How this works?

When we do have negative invading thoughts that limit us, it is about seeing the illusion of how, when, where, and why these thoughts came about through belief. Meditation is not about blanking out the mind of thoughts. It is about observing without judgment and nurturing with compassion. Meditation is the contemplation of these deeper thoughts, enabling the simple truths and realizations to shine through.

Sometimes our thoughts can deceive us and sometimes our thoughts are actually not our own. Meditation is about exploring your true divine self and shining that true authentic self from within, outwards, just like a shining light.

Being relaxed and mindfully aware means that these realizations will shine through with clarity, which otherwise would not be realized when we are stressed and unable to contemplate in a state that brings clarity and deeper awareness.

Mindfulness and meditation is now a powerful tool for enhancing psychological health. There is now much mainstream evidence to show that mindfulness is very effective. It is now clinically proven in various clinical disorders, including depression, chronic pain, PTSD, OCD, substance abuse, anxiety disorders, and borderline personality disorder.

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

 

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychological treatment that has been effective for various problems including depression, anxiety disorders, alcohol and drug use problems, marital problems, eating disorders, and severe mental illness. Numerous research studies suggest that CBT leads to significant improvement in functioning and quality of life. In many studies, CBT has been demonstrated to be as effective as, or more effective than, other forms of psychological therapy or psychiatric medications.

How this helps you?

  • Panic disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder(PTSD)
  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
  • Insomnia
  • Social phobia
  • Childhood depression
  • Anger
  • Marital conflict
  • Substance abuse and addiction
  • Eating disorders

Many other mental and physical conditions

How this works?

Some forms of psychotherapy focus on looking into the past to gain an understanding of current feelings. In contrast, CBT focuses on present thoughts and beliefs.

CBT can help people with many problems where thoughts and beliefs are critical. It emphasizes the need to identify, challenge, and change how a person views a situation.

According to CBT, people’s thinking pattern is like wearing a pair of glasses that makes us see the world in a specific way. CBT makes us more aware of how these thought patterns create our reality and determine how we behave.

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)

 

What is REBT?

Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) is a short-term form of psychotherapy that helps you identify self-defeating thoughts and feelings, challenge the rationality of those feelings, and replace them with healthier, more productive beliefs. REBT focuses mostly on the present time to help you understand how unhealthy thoughts and beliefs create emotional distress, leading to unhealthy actions and behaviors that interfere with your current life goals.

How this helps you?

  • Depression
  • Disruptive behavior in children
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Social anxiety disorder (SAD)
  • Psychotic symptoms

And many more

How this works?

REBT evolved from the work of psychiatrist Albert Ellis in the mid-1950s as the original form of CBT. According to Ellis, these thoughts lead people to suffer negative emotions and engage in self-destructive behavior. At the same time, humans can challenge and change their irrational beliefs if they are willing to do the work. While specific life events may contribute to mental health issues, REBT therapists believe that an individual’s own faulty and irrational belief system causes the most problems. By letting go of negative thoughts and replacing them with positive beliefs, one can better accept oneself and others, and in turn, live a happier life.