eye movement desensitisation + reprocessing (EMDR)
Traumatic or stressful memories are often stored in a different place in the mind to other less distressing memories. These isolated memories become “locked” and continue to affect us negatively because they haven’t been properly ‘processed’ due to the stress at the time they occurred. During EMDR we release and let them go, so that they no longer limit us and we can move forward positively. EMDR (eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing) was initially developed to treat post-traumatic stress but is also very effective for treating deeper-seated anxiety, fears, trauma and stress.
Hypnotherapy is a powerful and empowering therapeutic tool, which makes use of and develops the positive power of the mind and belief. It is the conscious use of “the placebo response” – our natural ability to heal and create positive change through belief and expectation. It is safe, effective and wonderfully relaxing.
Some of the conditions treated by hypnotherapy are: stress, anxiety and panic attacks, phobias, smoking cessation, weight loss, performance improvement and painless childbirth.
Becca Teers offers Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy at Camden. Watch the video below to find out more.
neuro-linguistic programming (NLP)
rapid transformational therapy (RTT)
Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) offers you an effective way to get fast results through addressing the root cause, and then looking at the role, purpose, function of the issue playing out. Through RTT, you can learn to change your belief system and take charge of your life, giving yourself new eyes to see and experience the world differently. Making it possible to rewrite your life story.
Developed by Marisa Peer, a leading therapist, it combines the most beneficial principles of Hypnotherapy, Regression, NLP, Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (and other healing modalities) to address the root cause of your issue.
It’s almost impossible to make lasting changes if you have a program embedded in your subconscious; maybe one that you’re not aware of which tells you ‘I am not good enough’, I am not worthy’, I don’t deserve good things in life’, ‘I am not lovable’. We carry with us these self-sabotaging behaviors and negative belief systems learnt at an early age. When these debilitating thought patterns take over and immobilises us, we are constantly feeding our minds with negativities and fears; adding more power to them as we continue to bring struggles into our jobs, businesses, relationships even opinions of ourselves.
RTT can help with anger, anxiety, birth, fear, low self-esteem/confidence, relationships and more.
You are may be here because you are struggling in your relationship, feeling disconnected from your partner and wondering where the love has gone or perhaps you are stuck in a cycle of resentment, hurt and blame or are feeling shut down and numb.
Whatever relationship challenges you face, one on one relationship coaching can effectively guide you towards taking steps that can radically transform your relationship. As you begin to take responsibility for your own role in the dynamic and deepen your understanding of what motivates both you and your partner to behave in the way you do, you can begin to make remarkable shifts that have the power to transform even the most difficult relationship dynamics.
One on one relationship coaching works with one person at a time. Depending on the expressed needs of the clients, the sessions can either continue with the same person, or they can switch to work with the other person in the relationship. The process is fluid and will reveal the most effective way to work depending on challenges and the desires of those involved. The approach works effectively on both specific challenges and more long-standing entrenched dynamics. One session alone can provide extremely useful insights that can support immediate shifts. However, three to five sessions or more are recommended to guide you towards creating more lasting change.
solution focused hypnotherapy (SFH)
Solution focused hypnotherapy (SFH) combines the use of psychotherapy with hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy also referred to as ‘trance’ is a very natural, relaxing state, encouraged by using guided relaxation and visualisation, where the mind can relax and then focus on thoughts and suggestions that might be useful for you.
As a modern psychotherapeutic approach, SFH uses practical, structured, and well-researched strategies to help people make significant, positive changes in their lives in a relatively short period of time.
In SFH sessions, Joanna looks at what you want to achieve (the solution), rather than at what prompted you to seek help (the problem). Solution focused hypnotherapy uses a specific structure, which incorporates several aspects of Solution focused brief therapy (SFBT) and combines these with an understanding of how the brain works and trance.
SFH is also different, as it doesn’t require the therapist to analyze a person’s past, as this is not deemed necessary to help the person make plans for how they want to move forward in their lives.
Through working with the client in a collaborative way, SFH can help with: stress and anxiety, depression, confidence and self-esteem, fears and phobias, smoking cessation.
solution oriented therapy
It is likely that you know a lot about your problem, but less about what might help you figure it out. The solution-orientated approach has ways of melting these problems away and creating a sense of spaciousness so that you feel free to take your next step forward. It is useful for all sorts of issues including those that are connected to: how you feel, who you are in a relationship with (friends/family/partner) and how you spend your time (working/having a family/pursuing a passion). The focus of the solution-orientated approach is probably most different to a psychoanalytic or psychodynamic therapy as SOT doesn’t focus on the therapist-client relationship but instead focuses on how you can be resourced to make the movements in your life that you really wish for. Solution-oriented therapy is a flexible enough process to both meet an immediate short-term need (one appointment) or to work with an issue that you have had for a bit longer (several appointments).