Wellness Institute Blog

Resistance to Life - Healing Through Hypnotherapy

Posted by Diane Zimberoff  Aug 23, 2013 9:00:00 AM

Resistance is exhausting; however, millions of people struggle with their own resistance on a daily basis. How do we create internal resistance? If we can think of this like a pulley, which has immense power to lift things, it is easier to understand. It is the tugging, the pulling from opposite ends that actually creates the power to lift a heavy object. However, it also takes a lot of energy in order to lift or move an object. When this pulling and tugging is going on internally, it is exhausting!

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Topics: Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy, anxiety therapy, eating disorder therapy, depression therapy

Hypnotherapy With a Suicidal Eating-Disordered Client

Posted by Diane Zimberoff  Aug 21, 2013 11:04:00 AM

We at The Wellness Institute have worked with thousands of people with suicidal ideation. Often these clients are just labeled depressed by family doctors and sent on their way with the latest anti-depressant. Traditional therapists may spend hours upon insurance-billable hours using CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) attempting to cognitively teach the client to “manage” their symptoms of depression. Too often this is what we call “band-aid therapy,” like putting a band-aid on a survivor of a major car crash.

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Topics: hypnotherapy, Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy, eating disorder therapy, All issues that hypnotherapy helps treat

How Does Hypnotherapy Work in Treating Suicidal Patients

Posted by Diane Zimberoff  May 29, 2013 6:00:00 AM

At The Wellness Institute, we have worked with thousands of people with suicidal ideation. Often these clients are just labeled depressed by family doctors and sent on their way with the latest anti-depressant. Traditional therapists may spend hours upon insurance-billable hours using CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), attempting to cognitively teach the client to “manage” their symptoms of depression. Too often this is what we call “band-aid therapy,” like putting a band-aid on a survivor of a major car crash.

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Topics: hypnotherapy, eating disorder therapy, depression therapy

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