Research reveals that responding to life’s difficulties by feeling overwhelmed and distraught, impacts on both mental and physical health. Now in particular, Irish people are searching for effective strategies to deal with life’s challenges. Undeniably, learning to manage stress, anger, anxiety are valuable life skills enhancing well-being and contentment.
Amanda Walsh notes the noticeable increase in numbers, contacting her therapy practice Northwest Therapy and Hypnosis, seeking support and guidance in dealing with worry, stress, sleep difficulties, panic attacks. Amanda reassures that “stress is part of life, however feeling stressed out is not. While we may not be in a position to alter our circumstances, our environment nor the people in it, we are capable of learning to alter our responses to challenging situations. Learning evidenced based coping skills, developing and strengthening psychological resilience has the potential to enhance life in lasting ways.”
The combining of the two most powerful psychological treatments, namely Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Clinical Hypnotherapy, the integration CBH, has been uncovered as one of the most evidence based therapeutic interventions, available today in the field of psychology and psychotherapy. CBH used effectively on a vast range of issues: breaking habits (smoking, nail-biting etc ), developing self-confidence, enhancing performance (exams, interviews, driving test etc ), phobias, weight reduction.
Although it may feel difficult to take that first step, therapy can offer the chance to overcome difficulties leading to a more rewarding and satisfying life.
Contact Amanda Walsh on 083 414 7013 or visit www.therapyandhypnosis.ie