Too much stress makes us feel anxious and irritable and usually affects our health, our sleep, our primary relationships, our productivity at work and our overall quality of life.
Most clients who come to us struggling with stress will pin-point specific issues in their lives that they believe are the cause. They’ll describe problems in their marriages or in other key relationships, issues within their work – perhaps a new boss or the like – or issues around their general financial security or health.
But here’s the thing, stress is not something that emanates from the outside world, it is something that emanates from within.
They say (not sure who they are!) that it’s not the reality of the world that shapes us, it’s the lens through which we see the world that shapes our reality. And so it is with stress – it is not what’s going on on the outside that’s the problem, it’s the way we tend to see what’s going on around us and how we process that information.
At The Therapy Lounge we have a long proud history of using advanced clinical hypnotherapy, neuro linguistic programming (NLP) and the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to help our clients overcome their feelings of stress quickly and easily, leaving them physically more relaxed, mentally calmer and much more confident in their life and their future.
As a result of ever-increasing expectations and competition in life, evermore people are spending increasing amounts of time utilising their bodies natural stress response.
This instinctive response, which is our body’s natural mechanism to protect us from danger, releases stress hormones such as cortisol directly into the bloodstream. These hormones cause an instant mental, emotional and physical change that provides us with extra awareness, extra endurance and extra strength. So if we were in a dangerous situation, this would help us to survive.
However, instead of using these stress hormones in emergencies, we now live at such a pace that many people activate them most of the time – when they are worrying about a meeting at work, or when sitting in traffic, or when arguing with a loved one, or when they can’t get onto the Internet, etc..
And because stress hormones get us as fired-up as sprinters crouched and waiting for the starting-gun, and because most stressed people don’t get the release of actually running the race, they don’t give their bodies and minds sufficient time and space to rest after each stress-filled moment.
With no release, the stress hormones just keep on working and as a result, we have to endure these feelings of immediate danger and physical / emotional readiness, never able to relax and never able to feel at ease.
The reason we’re successful at helping clients to resolve their feelings of stress is because we work across both the conscious and unconscious parts of the mind.
Through Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), we work with a clients unconscious mind, or more specifically their belief system, memory and imagination.
Through the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy we also work at a rational and logical level and the combination of the two can be very powerful indeed.
Add a little wisdom and that most scarce of resources within the therapeutic environment – common sense – and we can help you ensure that all that old unwanted stress that has had so much control over you, easily and comfortably becomes a thing of the past.
For most clients we would look to see them between two and three times – appointments last 2 hours with costs ranging from £225 – £300 per session depending on the therapist they are working with and the location.
Below you can find out more about each therapist and their respective skills, together with more information about clinical hypnotherapy, neuro-linguistic programming and cognitive behavioural therapy.
So if your are interested in overcoming stress, call The Therapy Lounge now on 020 7485 5745 or complete the Quick Enquiry Form below.
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At The Therapy Lounge we use Clinical Hypnotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, together with traditional coaching protocols. We are committed to continually learning and developing our knowledge, skills and abilities so our clients achieve the best possible outcomes from working with us.
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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.
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