Psychotherapy With Hypnotherapy And Hypnobalancing™ In BerlinSpecialized treatment of anxiety disorders with hypnotherapy and Hypnobalancing™ in Berlin
Hypnosis, hypnotherapy, Hypnobalancing™
This website is about hypnosis, hypnotherapy, Hypnobalancing™; and how they can help you. Hypnotherapy has been used to help people with a variety of problems. I am specialized in helping people with fears and anxieties.
I live my life in widening circles,
that reach out across the world.
I may not complete this last one,
but I give myself to it.
I circle around God, around the primordial tower.
I’ve been circling for thousands of years
and I still don’t know: am I a falcon, a storm, or a great song?
Rainer Maria Rilke
Many people suffer from anxiety and too many patients wait too long to seek help. So many times I have witnessed the huge positive impact that letting go of these fears has had on people’s lives. Some psycho therapeutic techniques have proven to be really helpful. Therefore, this website is about psychotherapy with hypnotherapy and Hypnobalancing™ and how they can help you. Hypnotherapy has been used to help people with a variety of problems.
For more than 15 years I have specialized in the field of anxiety and anxiety disorders. During those years I have observed how hypnotic techniques very effectively accelerates the therapeutic process.
Hypnotherapy is a powerful way for clients to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their problems, get rid of unwanted habits, uncover repressed or forgotten memories, reduce anxiety and fears, and develop a new and more flexible perception. In health psychology, hypnosis is used to successfully treat irritable bowel syndrome, reduce pain and discomfort. It is also used to treat chronic pain and psychosomatic problems and counter unhealthy habits like smoking.
In more general areas, hypnotherapy has been found to be beneficial for problems such as motivation, procrastination, decision-making, personal achievement and development, job performance, buried or repressed memories, relaxation, and stress management.
As already mentioned; I am specialized to help people with fears and anxiety disorders. Because the success every therapy depends on the quality of the relationship, you’ll find more details about me in my profile. The sessions are conducted in either English or German.
Anxiety disorders are common in clinical practice. They often run a chronic course and have an adverse, though often overlooked, impact on the quality of life. Anxiety disorders often co-occur with other limiting conditions. This further complicates their course and treatment and leads to greater disability. Despite advances in their diagnosis and treatment, the recognition of anxiety disorders is still unsatisfactory, and many sufferers remain untreated. Others are not treated adequately, respond only partially to treatment, or are treatment resistant. It may be an advantage for the patient to learn to live with the fear, but in relation to life quality, it is not enough.
Although there has been much interest in the anxiety disorders as well as intense research activity over the last decades, many issues remain unresolved, particularly in the area of etiology and pathogenesis. Also, the abundance of information and data on the treatment of anxiety disorders often produces conflicting effects, sometimes leaving therapists puzzled as to what treatment approach to use with a particular patient and in a given clinical situation. This website and my work concentrate on psychotherapy with elements of a variety of sources and techniques to help people with an anxiety disorder. It is a solution-focused approach that led to a better life for many of my clients.
I hope that the information on my website will help clarify some of the salient issues surrounding the anxiety disorders and help the readers feel better equipped to decide to solve it with the help of an expert.
It can be very difficult to decide if you need professional help to recover. You might feel that you should be able to handle things on your own or that talking to someone means you are not a strong person. You might also be worried that talking about your anxiety in treatment will actually make your symptoms worse.
There are a few key things to remember. A good therapist will let you set the pace of treatment, and will not force you to discuss things you are not ready for.
Finally, take a good look at the way you think about emotional strength. Sure, it’s important to try to tackle your own problems. The sense that you can manage your feelings and emotions well (a sense of self-efficacy) is a key part of healing.
When asking for help
It is good to know that it is important to help yourself. It’s also important to know when you need to reach out for some help. Emotional strength is about learning to cope on your own, and also about learning how and when to lean on others. Therapy can be a good opportunity to learn both aspects of emotional strength independence and reliance on those you trust.
How does the symptoms influence your life?
One of the best ways to determine if you should seek therapy is to consider how much your symptoms are interfering with your daily life. For example, are you having trouble at work? Are you able to focus and concentrate? Are you having difficulty establishing close relationships with people? Do you enjoy your life?
Where appropriate, you can learn self-hypnosis to supplement the hypnosis sessions.
After positive trance experiences have been made with my support, self-hypnosis can be learned very quickly. This helps you to progress self-determined outside the therapy. It accelerates the process, deepens and consolidates the achievements. It also promotes your autonomy. A good therapist becomes superfluous as soon as possible, and self-hypnosis is a great way to help yourself.
Let's get into a conversation. If you are interested, for questions and appointments you can reach me by e-mail (email@example.com), phone 030/86421369 and mobile phone 01577/7045356. By phone, you reach me best from Monday to Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. During the sessions, there is an answering machine. Leave a message and your telephone number and I'll call you.
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