Anger Issues, Anxiety, Depression, IEMT, Phobias, PTSD, Stress, Trauma

Can Eye Movements Treat Trauma?

Although the article linked below is for an article about EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) one of the processes I use with clients also uses eye movements, namely IEMT - Integral Eye Movement Therapy. However within IEMT are lots of other processes embedded within where we look at the two sides of who we… Continue reading Can Eye Movements Treat Trauma?

Anger Issues, Anxiety, Coaching, Depression, PTSD, Stress, Trauma

I’m So Angry

Another version of the quote I like is - 'Anger is like taking poison and expecting the other person to die'. So the next questions are, what can we do about it? Where is the anger coming from? And, are you angry or are you an angry person? These are the areas we would explore… Continue reading I’m So Angry

Anxiety, Coaching, Depression, EFT, Stress

Great Feedback From A New Client

I did an EFT session with a new client this week she had been referred from a career coach friend who felt there were emotional issues getting in the way so I said I'd have a chat with the client. So firstly I showed her the EFT process and she was happy to delve deeper… Continue reading Great Feedback From A New Client

Anxiety, Coaching, EFT, IEMT, NLP, Stress, Uncategorized

Resilience – The Art Of ‘Bouncebackability’

Back in the early noughties a football manager here in the UK coined the phrase 'bouncebackability' in reference to his team's ability to 'bounce back' from adversity. I can't remember if he was praising said ability or looking for that characteristic in his players, either way the term soon stuck in the UK football world… Continue reading Resilience – The Art Of ‘Bouncebackability’

EFT, Emotional Eating, General Blog, IEMT

You Are What You Eat

This is a great graphic but of course it isn't as easy as just changing your diet. So many people are how they are because of emotional eating, so many overweight people have negative events in their past and are trying to mask their feelings by using comfort foods which unfortunately are low in nutrition… Continue reading You Are What You Eat