Efficacy of the Linden Method, in a cohort of clients, who had followed the structured programme to treat their anxiety disorders including GAD, agoraphobia, OCD, PTSD and OCD.Read more
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For parent of children/teenagers suffering with anxiety, here are some practical tips, dietary advice, and what is available to really help your child move out. of anxiety and be happier.Read more
Richmond Magazine and Essential Surrey have published this article I wrote for their June edition. It is a good summary of my recent talks for parents of anxious teenagers..Read more
During the exam period, let’s find out what you can do to reduce anxiety, feel more in control, be relaxed, yet alert.Read more
Whether your students need some real concrete strategies to help during revision time right up to walking in the examination hall itself to learning how to self soothe and bring down their own sympathetic nervous system, I have several programmes to deal with this…Read more
“I’ve had years of anxiety, fear of failure, fear of being judged – and being paralysed by this in my job – periods of depression, being afraid to go out, avoiding social situations…”Read more
I see more and more children, particularly adolescents, who are very vulnerable to anxiety at this crucial stage in their emotional and cognitive development. I want to talk with you, the parents, as it’s essential you know what is available and what works for your child.Read more
Understanding why people overeat, and what the triggers are, is crucial to make such changes. Hypnosis allows them to really understand this to then begin the re-wiring. By the time people have reached an unhealthy weight, often they have lost proper communication with their body and mind, so it becomes quite a mindless behaviour.Read more
When a young child or adolescent begins to display unhealthy behaviours, at school or at home, they don’t have the necessary language to express themselves, so it comes out in other ways, usually negatively, such as anger, violence, sadness, anxiety, withdrawal, etc.
The core of Drawing & Talking is not for therapist intervention, or to interpret the drawing, but to allow the child to feel emotionally better.
I’ve recently finished a training in Drawing and Talking, which allows young people to express negative emotions, and ultimately to move forward in their life.
Where D&T differs from many other therapies is that instead of being a formal therapy it’s very much focused on the child (or adult) expressing parts of themselves, and what they may be going through internally, currently, and/or historically.