P.S.H. Therapist (Private Subconscious-Mind Healing)
Mindfulness Meditation Facilitator
Satyananda Yoga Faciliatator
Neuro-feedback & Bio-feedback Therapist
Infant Massage Trainer
Solution Focused Hypnotherapy & Fertility Coaching
P.S.H. (Private Subconscious-mind Healing)
P.S.H. therapy is a gentle and private process of emotional healing made possible by our natural subconscious ability to let go of uncomfortable emotional responses that are no longer appropriate.
Unlike other psychological therapies, there is no need to discuss the problem at length.
This can be of particular benefit to people who have suffered a traumatic experience or teens who simply don’t want to talk about what’s going on for them.
Children as young as 6 years old also respond quickly and easily to the P.S.H. approach.
Mindfulness Meditation Course
In the words of Einstein: “The intuitive mind is our sacred gift and the rational, thinking mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that donors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”.
Mindfulness-Based Stillness Meditation is a simple non-judgemental way of taming excessive thinking, disempowering unnecessary stress and reclaiming enjoyment of life.
Both Al and Simone have been trained in leading this course using the Gawler Foundation technique.
Yoga is a practice that was created thousands of years ago throughout India. It is a system of movements designed to increase one’s understanding of their body, mind, spirit and energy. Judy’s Satyananda classes are gentle with a focus on creating healthy spinal posture and allowing her clients to move into a state of deep relaxation.
By commencing your own yoga practice, you are allowing your body a moment to release tension, improve global joint flexibility, calm a busy mind, and easy any anxieties.
Neuro-feedback & Bio-feedback
Long term stress can be damaging and it is estimated that 90% of doctor visits in America are for conditions that result from stress. Australia is not significantly different.
Bio-feedback is the measurement of the physiological changes the body undergoes in response to stress.
Once a baseline measurement is taken, Steve then uses neuro-feedback to help train the nervous system to respond to stress more effectively.
Paola works with expectant and new parents or carers with infants up to 8 months old to teach you how to massage your baby. You will be taught a full body massage + massage for common digestive complaints.
Baby massage has many benefits including: reduced crying time, improved sleep and reduced stress levels for both parent and child.
Solution Focused Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis is a natural state of trance similar to that achieved in meditation and which can be induced by concentration on a single idea or focus. In a therapeutic setting, hypnosis provides a very powerful tool to access subconscious patterns of thought and behaviour and resolve issues that lie beyond the capabilities of conscious resolution. The profound state of relaxation and solution-focused awareness provides a context for new insights and understandings to be formed facilitated by the therapist. Treatment is tailored to each client and a programe of therapy is designed according to your preferences, requirements, personality and needs.
Fertility Coaching and Training
Liz is a therapist, coach and trainer with an extensive career in the health and wellness industry. Liz is passionate about helping people through their journey of getting pregnant and staying pregnant; helping them to conceive in a new way. Liz specialises in the area of unexplained infertility, using a large array of techniques to holistically look at any blocks which may be preventing a couple from succeeding in their dreams.
Liz has her own personal experience in this area and has a huge success rate with her clients. Liz is happy to work with people before, during, after IVF cycles and also works in conjunction with other therapists you may be seeing. To book your first session with Liz, please call reception to organise a time to suit.
To read more about Liz’s journey, please click here to read a Canberra Times article about her story.