Performance Coaching with Hypnotherapy

A Performance Session with a client shall focus on identifying the behavior patterns that are bringing them down, then understanding the emotions at the root of those patterns. It’s easier to behave differently when you understand the feelings behind the behavior  spending less time ego-pumping, and more time helping the client understand what’s irking them.

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A typical client objectives are to be a more effective leader; to succeed in a new position;  to find a new position; grow a business or division; increase clarity and confidence; improve communication; gain a promotion; increase sales; manage a business or team more effectively, even to create an entirely new career path.    Each session is customized to the client’s strengths, line spots and business responsibilities.
02 Aug 2019

Infidelity

  What does infidelity mean to you ?    It may mean your partner has had a sexual affair, a one night stand or more.  Having worked with many couples facilitating  their process of moving on from the infidelity, an affair does not always involve having a sexual relationship. Infidelity is unfaithfulness in a marriage/committed relationship.  Whether it be an emotional affair, whereby your husband/wife has had a close relationship with someone outside the marriage.  Someone they feel connected to; alive with; desired by and more.  This connection has them feeling…

16 Feb 2019

Emotions Are Everything

  I work with many clients that feel they are emotionally blocked and come to see me as it is affecting their lives in many ways.  Many are very successful in their business or career, yet in their intimate relationships, they have issues, problems. No matter how hard they work and achieve, the one thing they struggle with is allowing themselves to get close to someone.  To love and be loved; To touch and fully be in the moment; To allow themselves to crave and have what they truly want,…

11 Feb 2019

Have you Suffered Enough ?

Having worked with thousands of clients, I have dealt with many issues, habits and symptoms and believe it or not, some people will keep suffering and hold onto their issue/problem/habit.  So much so, they look on me being the facilitator as the enemy, the one who is calling them out.   The question I ask myself, and my client, is "What are you getting out of having this behavior/issue/symptom ?" This is known in my world as the secondary gain or negative payoff in having their problem.  For many it…