People amaze me. It’s why I’m training to practice as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist. It’s not just the workings of the mind and the way the mind can affect someone’s mental and physical well-being, it’s the stories and life experiences that come with it.
I’m still only training but am becoming more and more amazed at the effect this therapy technique can have and the issues complete strangers are prepared to share with me.
Last weekend I went to Questival, the annual conference-cum-get-together of the Quest Institute. It was a really inspiring day, particularly as I was surrounded by future colleagues, all of whom are currently practising in a field that I am almost qualified in.
It might just have altered the course of my practice before it’s even started.
Two colleagues spoke passionately and at length about how they spend their working lives helping couples deal with fertility issues, both through supporting on-going fertility treatment but more importantly helping them to find themselves in the midst of all that pressure to conceive and carry a baby to full term. Frankly I was stunned.
Then I came across this blog by Gina Marie
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