Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, and Hypnotherapists

> Hypnosis and Stress Management

The holidays are a time for family and friends and relaxation.  Unfortunately, many suffer from holiday stress every year at the same time.&nbps; Hypnotherapy can help you to deal with deal with the holidays and get some stress relief through a relaxing process.

Stress is something we all complain about yet a definition of it alludes us.  There innumerable definitions around, but one of the most useful is: “Stress is any change to which you must adjust”.

Most of us think of stressful situations as being negative: illness, death of a friend or loved one, being fired from your job, flunking out of school, divorce and so on.  But situations commonly thought of as positive produce stress as well: moving to a new home, getting a promotion, going away to college, getting married.

Stress comes from external and internal sources.  It may come from the environment, or from the body and/or the thoughts and emotions.

Hypnosis, or rather self-hypnosis, is useful in teaching to reduce the stress. In addition, other techniques such as nutrition, time management, assertiveness training, autogenics, visualization, meditation, breathing, job stress management and biofeedback can be employed.

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“Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, and Hypnotherapists” was written by G. Edward Riley, M.Div., CH, Certified Master Hypnotherapist, and C. J. Newton, MA, and published in the Find Counseling.com (formerly TherapistFinder.net) Mental Health Journal in April, 2001.

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