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WHAT KIND OF THERAPY DO I OFFER?

THE WHOLENESSS OF YOU

PSYCHOTHERAPY PRACTICE

~ Patty Everitt ~

UKCP Registered Neurolinguistic Psychotherapist and a Clinical Hypnotherapist

tel: 07768 869 551

“Life is a mirror and will reflect back to the thinker what he thinks into it.”

 

~ Ernest Holmes

I am a UKCP Registered Neurolinguistic Psychotherapist and a Clinical Hypnotherapist.

 

In Neurolinguistic psychotherapy we work as-if reality is really a subjective experience. Actually, we instinctively know this must be true because people respond differently to the same event. We notice different things and take different perspectives, we hear and ask different things and we are affected in different ways, emotionally and physiologically, to the event. Each one of us places our own meaning on events, attaches emotions to that meaning and then acts according to the way we feel.

 

So, if we were able take a different perspective on an event then we could feel differently and act differently.

 

Imagine what it could mean to us if we could change the way we feel about difficult or frightening experiences. Imagine the choices and control we could take-back.

 

I accompany people as they face all kinds of hurt, sometimes hurt they have received and sometimes hurt they have given, and all the emotions that accompany hurt: fear, anger, guilt or shame.

 

I help you to find your Centre of Emotional and Psychological balance by reflecting back the Wholeness of You.

 

You can find out more about Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy at:

www.nlptca.com/neuro-linguistic-psychotherapy

 

 

I work with adults who are coping with:

 

  • Levels of anxiety or stress
  • Depression
  • Panic attacks or the fear of experiencing a panic attack
  • Situations in which they find themselves dissociating
  • A sense of loss or grief at losing a hoped for future including childlessness, divorce, redundancy
  • Hurtful or diminishing relationships (individuals only) including personal relationships with partner, parent or child and work relationships including work performance issues
  • Struggling with the consequences of experienced childhood neglect or emotional, physical or sexual abuse
  • The strain of living with a sense of shame or guilt or low self-esteem
  • Feelings of guilt or irritation when caring for dependent partners or parents or with adult dependent children
  • I also work with clergy-persons, often in a coaching capacity

 

I know that you are committing your time and resources and bringing the whole of yourself into the therapy room.  That’s a big commitment from you and it is only you who can make changes in yourself and your life so it is helpful for us both to know, however vaguely to start with, what you hope to get from that commitment.

 

It may take a while to find the answer to that question or it may be that the issue is resolved simply though the process of discovering the answer!

 

When we start it might only be possible to imagine that very small changes could happen, or perhaps any change feels impossible - that’s fine.

 

Whatever the answer, I will work with you and support you as you make changes to achieve your desired outcome.

 

Often the answer to the question changes during our time together and that’s fine too!