Weekend Seven Student Observations

This month the students started learning about pain and how we can help our clients who are in a loop of chronic pain with hypnotherapy and getting then engaging with the 3 Ps; Positive activity, Positive interactions and Positive thinking which interrupts the pain message with more important neurotransmitters such as serotonin.

The students then went through CORP- CPHTs research programme. Research has shown, measuring outcomes within therapy is good practice. You can find out more on the benefits of using CORP within therapy from my own practice blog Hello Positivity.

Day 2 the students were taken through an in-depth presentation on the Neuroscience of Obesity, delivered by our own senior lecturer Jennifer. How weight gain is linked to stress and by helping our clients to reduce their stress bucket we can help them break the cycle of weight gain. This Solution Focused approach does not only remove the symptoms e.g., not going for the choccy biscuit, but instead helps the client to move towards a solution and away from the problem that is the route cause of the weight gain.

If you are struggling with weight management Jennifer holds regular online weight management classes.

We are now holding open sessions for our new course in September 2021, this is a great chance to meet Jennifer and myself for an informal chat with any questions you may have. These open sessions will be held on Zoom on the last Wednesday of each month. If you would like to be added to this session you can register on Eventbrite.

Any questions feel free to drop us an email www.cphtdublin.com or Contact us.

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