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Over the last 12 years we have helped thousands of clients expereince rapid, genuine and long lasting change.

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Our Therapies

We use the most modern, rapid and dynamic talking therapies available today

We use something called Rapid Dynamic Therapy which involves a combination of Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help clients experience fast, genuine and long lasting change.

Below is a more detailed overview of each of these therapies together with some video explanations, but in short:

Clinical Hypnotherapy uses Hypnosis to induce a deep state of relaxation, during which our unconscious minds are highly receptive to new or alternative perspectives and ideas.

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) has been described as a software manual for the brain. It is a proven model for accelerating human change and is used as a means to improve the way we think, feel and behave.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (or CBT as it commonly known) is a form of psychotherapy that emphasises the important role of thinking in how we feel and what we do.

And for us, Coaching is about getting the very best out of you and enabling you to make decisions and take action that will improve the overall quality of your life.

Further down this page you can find more information about What We Treat, Our Therapists, Our London based Locations and more.

With a wide range of prices and 5 practices in and around London, we hope we can find the right therapy and therapist for you.

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Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy

Tapping Into The Unconscious Or Subconscious Part Of The Mind
Tapping Into The Unconscious Or Subconscious Part Of The Mind

Hypnotherapy uses Hypnosis to induce a deep state of relaxation, during which our unconscious minds are highly receptive to new or alternative perspectives and ideas.

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Hypnotherapy uses Hypnosis to induce a deep state of relaxation, during which our unconscious minds are highly receptive to new or alternative perspectives and ideas.

The reason it’s so effective lies in the extreme power of our unconscious mind, which stores all the memories, beliefs, habits and behaviours we’ve develop since birth. Prior to us responding to any external stimuli, we automatically access our unconscious and use its stored data to analyse how best to respond. And given our unconscious is primarily concerned with keeping us safe, well and happy, it usually provides us with good information to help us respond in the most helpful and resourceful manner.

However, as a result of the way we learn, from time to time it also stores and provides us with poor information, which results in many of life’s problems. You see from birth we learn by modelling other peoples behaviours and beliefs (many of which can be unhelpful), and we also place significant prominence on our own emotional experiences (again a lot of which can be negative) and both these conditioned and learned responses stay with us over time.

Hypnosis is an amazing tool that can help clients affect change in the most natural of ways. The subconscious mind is where everything you have learned is stored, like your habits, emotional, skills.

A really simple example might relate to a phobia of bees. We are not born with an inherent fear of bees – far from it; we are born with a naturally positive curiosity for all things within our immediate environment. A fear of bees can only be developed in one of two ways: either we see other people’s fear and model our response accordingly (a conditioned response); or we have a scary experience ourselves that becomes the prominent information stored in our unconscious (a learned response) and as such, fear becomes our unilateral response to bees. Make sense?

And then over time, as we develop these unhelpful beliefs (e.g. bees are dangerous), or unwanted behaviours (e.g. freaking out at the mere sight of a bee), we simply end up re-accessing and replaying them time and time again – they become our habitual response. And this model can be applied to any phobia, addiction, stress or anxiety response, self-esteem issue, allergy and more or less all of our other unhelpful response in life.

To make matters worse, we cannot consciously control our unconscious. If you think for a moment about riding a bike – a learnt behaviour that we store in our unconscious and can access as and when we need – could you consciously decide to unlearn how to ride a bike? Obviously not, right? Now apply the same to principle to an addiction, phobia or anxiety response and you start to get the picture – to change any of these unhelpful responses for the better, we first need to change the information stored in our unconscious, or to provide the unconscious with newer and more helpful information.

This can be achieved through hypnosis. You see the reason why hypnosis is so effective lies in the fact that it bypasses the conscious mind and creates an alternative state of consciousness during which attention is focused away from the present reality. Rather like day dreaming, attention can then be focussed towards particular images, thoughts, feelings, perspectives and behaviours which will help us to change or update the information stored in our unconscious, thus changing our unhelpful habitual responses.

This process is called Hypnotherapy, a safe and enjoyable process that can change lives in the most positive and exciting of ways. Our bodies already have the natural mechanisms to allow us to live normal, happy and fulfilling lives, – but occasionally these natural mechanisms need a little help operating properly.

At The Therapy Lounge, we use Hypnotherapy to help our clients achieve fast and long lasting change. Through removing limiting beliefs, irradiating unwanted behaviours and relieving anxiety and stress, our clients get more of what they truly want, whether in business, in relationships or generally in life.

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Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

A Set Of Techniques To Help Train & Retrain The Mind
A Set Of Techniques To Help Train & Retrain The Mind

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) has been described as a software manual for the brain. It is a proven model for accelerating human change and is used as a means to improve the way we think, feel and behave.

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Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) has been described as a software manual for the brain. It is a proven model for accelerating human change and is used as a means to improve the way we think, feel and behave.

Ultimately, NLP is a model of communication that focuses on identifying and using patterns of language and thought to influence a person’s behaviour. It offers a definition of how the brain works (neuro), about how language interacts with the brain (linguistic) and how we use this interaction to get the results we want for ourselves and others (programming).

NLP was initially created by linguist Dr John Grinder and computer scientist and Gestalt therapist Dr Richard Bandler. Together they produced a linguistic model that identified the language patterns of a few exceptionally gifted individuals such as hypnotherapist Milton Erickson, Fritz Perls of Gestalt therapy and anthropologist Gregory Bateson.

The collection of their findings, a blend of cognitive and behavioural science, resulted in the technology known as Neuro Linguistic Programming. In the 25+ years since it was first developed, NLP has grown, changed and expanded, and it continues to do so today.

At The Therapy Lounge, we use NLP to help our clients achieve fast and long lasting change. Through removing limiting beliefs, irradiating unwanted behaviours and relieving anxiety and stress, our clients get more of what they truly want, whether in relationships, in business or generally in life.

 

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

A Rationale & Logical Approach To Changing How We Feel
A Rationale & Logical Approach To Changing How We Feel

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (or CBT as it commonly known) is a form of psychotherapy that emphasises the important role of thinking in how we feel and what we do.

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (or CBT as it commonly known) is a form of psychotherapy that emphasises the important role of thinking in how we feel and what we do.

At its very heart is the concept that the root of any feeling or behaviour is a thought and that for negative feelings or behaviors specifically, quite often an irrational thought.

CBT helps us to make sense of our significant emotional reactions by dividing them up into smaller parts, allowing us to break them down and understand the relationship between situations we find ourselves in, the thoughts we have about them, how this makes us feel both physical and emotionally, and the actions we then take.

Each of these areas can and will affect the others, so how you think about a situation can and probably will affect how you feel physically and emotionally. It can also alter what you do about it.

And by better understanding the relationship between these smaller parts, we are much more able to recognise habitually negative patterns of thinking and how they effect us. As a result, we are better able to intervene in our own cognition to ensure we start changing the way we think, feel and behave.

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Coaching

Life, Performance & Success
Life, Performance & Success

For us, coaching is about getting the very best out of you and enabling you to make decisions and take action that will improve the overall quality of your life.

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For us, coaching is about getting the very best out of you and enabling you to make decisions and take action that will improve the overall quality of your life.

There are various types of coaches; life coaches, personal coaches, executive coaches, etc; but for us, it all comes down to the same basic principles: coaching draws out rather than puts in; it develops rather than imposes; it reflects rather than directs. It is reactive, flexible and enabling, not prescriptive or instructional.

We help clients to define and achieve any number of goals, including climbing the career ladder faster, feeling more fulfilled in a specific part of their life, or improving relationships with family members or partners.

What We Treat

Most Require 1 - 4 Sessions

Over the last 12 years we have helped thousands of clients to think better, feel better and ultimately be better across a wide range of psychological, emotional and behavioural issues.

Our results orientated approach to helping clients change is based on modern, rapid and dynamic techniques as described below and because the sessions last up to 2 hours, in most cases we can help a client change quickly.

Click on any one treatment to find our more. But if you can't see what you are looking for in this list, please do not think we can't help because in all likelihood, we have helped someone just like you in the past so just give us a call.

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Meet The Team

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Kirsten Dahlerup

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Specialities:

Weight Loss, Self Esteem, Anxiety, Anger, Phobias, Smoking

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Steve Burns

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Smoking, Addiction, Public Speaking, Performance Coaching, Jealousy

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Danny Rosenberg

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Smoking, Public Speaking, Anxiety, Phobias, Anger, Self Esteem

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Our Locations

We use combination of Clinical Hypnotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming to help our clients in London experience rapid, genuine and long lasting change. Click on a location below to find out more about the therapist and practice that's closest to you:

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