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"Let it Go, Let it Go

Can't hold it back anymore...

Turn away and slam the door...

I'm Free"

― Elsa

Let it go

Let go of anxiety
Have you ever had a friend who went through something similar to you, but didn't seem to be held back by the experience? Have you ever wondered why?

A lot of times when we have a concern like anxiety, depression, chronic pain etc, it's likely we're holding on to something. That 'something' almost always is the thing we need to let go of because it no longer serves you. Seems pretty logical right? So why don't you just do it? The chances are you've been doing the problem for so long, you don't know another way and in particular, don't know how to start doing things differently and 'letting go'.

There is a better way. 

How our approach can show you how to 'let go'

You don't know what you don't know, but in reality, you already have the skills to 'let go' of your problem space. As part of our approach, we'll re-introduce you to the skills you have to succeed and apply them where needed. It's all about doing things in steps. The first step is always the hardest if you don't know. With each step, it'll get easier, come more naturally, and before you know it, you'll be thriving.

Our process isn't about avoiding problem spaces, but knowing what to do step by step so you can manage and succeed.

You do it to yourself

That's probably not a statement you'd expect to read in a promotional flyer, but it's true. We have thousands of thoughts a day, yet we choose to listen to the negative noise. Imagine if we could change that? Many of our problems are a result of poor or no steps or processes. The goal of any strategic treatment plan is to build a process that helps you manage and succeed.

So what can I expect?

The great thing about our process is that you won't be seeing me for a long time, nor will we delve too deep into your past. Our approach is about setting goals and creating processes for your future.


Firstly, we'll talk about what you want to improve and what your expectations are. Then, we'll break down the problem space into what we refer to as 'pillars'. Remember, you do this to yourself, so we want to look at each pillar holding up the problem and smash them one at a time. Then if you're willing, we'll proceed with hypnosis (it's really important that you're willing). If you're concerned about a loss of control, think of hypnosis like this. Your therapist is the GPS and you're the driver. I might say turn left, but it's always your choice whether you turn left or drive straight ahead.

Is Clinical Hypnosis & Strategic Psychotherapy right for me?

Our approach can work for a number of issues - either on its own or in collaboration with a medical practitioner however, it might not be the right fit for you.


Some mental health issues can not be treated through hypnosis. Also, if you're looking to deal with pain management, it's important you talk to your medical practitioner and eliminate any serious causes before considering hypnosis.


But if you're ready for a change, willing to commit to the work and make the choice to take control from today, our road might be the one you need to succeed.

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