Penny's career took a change of direction when she left retail management in London to have a family. Having now been involved in Complimentary health for over 22 years, she has always been interested in people as well as different approaches to self help and personal development.
How easy is it to feel calm when your car gets clamped, it is raining and you want to go home! Is there anger, maybe a bit of swearing?
Reactions to things normally arise from a combination of stimulus and habit. But is habit the best guide to behaviour or would reason be better? What would a wise man or woman do about the clamped wheel?
At The Link Centre, as well as taster courses and CPD workshops, we run Counselling and Psychotherapy Training. These courses are for those wishing to go on and qualify as counsellors and/or UKCP registered psychotherapists. The courses take place part time over 10 weekends a year allowing students to study while also working full time.
Gaining the competitive edge is something we all strive to achieve at some point in our lives. Gaining qualifications at school, college or university is part of forming a competitive edge in our careers. With the Olympics just around the corner, we are reminded that our top sports men and women use many training techniques to enhance their performance. It's a competitive world, where performance plays a major part in helping you to achieve the results you desire.
So how can Hypnotherapy help me achieve better results?
2012 is for me a year of huge change. Since January, my life has been put into the fast lane and accelerated beyond belief. At times I have felt great urges to resist these changes, particularly the idea of moving house... and then I remember to take a deep breath and relax. For the last four years I have lived as a single, self employed mother.
Horses are a great emotional and behavioral mirror for us. They often reflect back both our conscious and subconscious behaviours and their consequences giving us deeper insight and understanding with ourselves.