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Getting Mental Health On The Line – Weekending 11/06/17

After a week off, we’re back with our weekly post that acts as an additional resource for both clients and fellow therapists alike.

This week, we’re presenting some of the best from the past week featuring topics as diverse as attaining your goals and being able to let go, experiencing resistant to transformation, playing with metaphors, exploring anxiety with DJ Magnus Dean, inner child work, overcoming social anxiety, a look at cognitive distortions, and a look at the book ‘The Mind Workout’.

If you have a video that you would like featured in our weekly roundup, then drop Lawrence a line with a link to your video.

Goals Attaining & Letting Go : Conscious Distraction

By Nigel Hetherington

This is a short, about 25 minutes, trance focusing, loosely on attaining or letting go. It’s about a goal, your goal which could be attaining or letting go of ‘something’.

#324 Resistance To Transformation

By Joseph Clough

Why are you not quite hitting the goal? On the verge of transformation but not quite hitting success. This podcast is for you.

Hypnotic Language Series: How To Use Metaphors, Stories & Analogies

By Paul Mascetta

In this video, I reveal something I call “The Hypnotic Triad”. These are the three most effective tactics in hypnotic language.

OUTthink – S01E15 – Magnus Dean – Exploring Anxiety

By Lawrence Akers / OUTthink / Release Hypnosis

OUTthink is a podcast that talks about issues that affect LGBTQIA+ mental health. This episode, we chat with DJ Magnus Dean who, earlier this year, spoke out about his battle with anxiety.

Mark Freeman – The Mind Workout (Ep75)

By The OCD Stories

In episode 75 of the podcast I chat with Mark Freeman about his new book “The Mind workout”. We discuss his book, and various insights from it. Enjoy!

Nurturing the Child Within – Heal Your Inner Child and Forgive Your Past | Elevated Academy

By Ricky Goodall

If you struggle with anger, depression, anxiety, low self-worth, financial struggles or struggles in relationships, then chances are you’ve got childhood wounds that haven’t been healed.

Unresolved pain, trauma, and sadness can result in suppressed emotions and imbalances. If left unresolved many of these issues can even manifest into physical illness.

In this video lecture you’ll learn:
– What the inner child is and how we can heal it
– The process of storing and forming limiting beliefs
– How inner child wounds manifest in our adult lives

Each of us has experienced some level of pain and trauma in our childhood and if healed can help us live a life of absolute freedom.

For more information on how you can heal your inner child and manifest the life of your dreams visit

Overcoming Social Anxiety: CBT to Build Self-Confidence and Lessen Self-Consciousness

By ADAA GotAnxiety

Webinar Description: Introduction to four CBT strategies to help you overcome social anxiety: mindful focus; cognitive restructuring; assertiveness; and experiments.

Cognitive Distortions Part 1 of 3

By AllCEUs Counseling Education

Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery is a weekly podcast designed to provide you with tools to live happier. This is an excerpt of the whole podcast which can be downloaded using your favorite podcast player. New episodes are released each Saturday.

#TopTipsThursday Q & A!!!!!

By Hypnofit

Helen Mitas is one of Australia’s leading hypnotherapists and business mentors. Her desire is to build a strong network of hypnotherapy professionals so that the hypnotherapy community can continue to go from strength to strength.

Would you like to know what hypnosis feels like? Have questions? Contact Lawrence to explore!

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Lawrence Akers

About Lawrence Akers

My approach is simple; I work with clients to determine what they want to get rid of, what they want instead and what that gap in their resources are that is preventing them from doing it. My focus is not just on motivation but on the capability to do it as well.