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Getting Mental Health On The Line – Weekending 06/08/17

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Getting Mental Health On The Line – Weekending 06/08/17 Getting Mental Health On The Line is 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 looks at therapies such as Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Cognitive Processing Therapy in relation to anxiety and PTSD, a look at the keynote presentation from the American Psychological Association, how to live a purpose-driven life, what behaviours limit success and, lastly, checking into the Heartland Hypnosis Conference for a presentation on Rapid Rapport. SFBT Moments Volume 49: The Power of Hope and Expectancy By Elliott Connie Learning to use the Solution Focused Approach effectively is as much about inspiration as it is information. This is because only the inspired person will be able to stick to it in session when the content gets tough. This video is about an experience that occurred early in my career that inspires me to this day. It is about an early experience that taught me just how truly capable people can be. CBT Explained – Dr Sarah Edelman PhD By SMART…

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

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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…

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Tips To Deal With Anxiety

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Tips To Deal With Anxiety Or… a review of ‘The Anti-anxiety Toolkit’ by Melissa Tiers I can’t remember exactly when I first began to feel really intense anxiety. I recall thinking that it started very early on when I believed it was a phobia to blood. Many years ago, when I was a child, I passed out after witnessing my brother coming home from a dental procedure and literally recovering on the couch, spewing up mouthfuls of blood. I had gone to the kitchen to make myself a glass of Tang and, next thing I know, I was being awoken with my family surrounding me. I had put my tooth through my lip and ended up back on the chair nursing my own wound. After that, I had always thought the sight of blood would make me pass out and, frequently, it did. Understandably, I had associated the two but as time went on, it became obvious that it wasn’t as literal as what I thought it had all been. Over time, it began to morph and sometimes I would find that I would begin to experience this feeling of anxiety in my body before it translated to the mind…

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Getting Mental Health On The Line – Weekending 26/2/17

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Getting Mental Health On The Line – Weekending 26/2/17 This is a weekly post to act 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 NLP for problem-solving, hypnosis inductions and theory, anxiety management, the link between anger, anxiety and depression, overcoming fear that holds us back from success and, speaking of successs, the 100th podcast for Jason Linett’s Work Smart Hypnosis. 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. NLP: A powerful question to become a better Problem Solver… By NLPTimes Discover one of the most useful questions to help you become a better thinker, problem solver and people helper. This question helps you break free of limitations and the certainty that hold beliefs in place. Instant Hypnosis – Stiff Arm Induction – UK Hypnosis Academy By UK Hypnosis Academy Karl Smith from UK Hypnosis Academy – STIFF ARM with a FAIL and How to make it work. Great for Street or Therapy – Either way BE SAFE – BE SAFE. Hypnosis is…

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Getting Mental Health On The Line – Weekending 12/02/17

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Getting Mental Health On The Line – Weekending 12/02/17 This is a weekly post to act 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 actualisation and the roles we play, how we deal and contain pain, relationships, confidence, hypnosis techniques and inductions, and a look at Imposter Syndrome. 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. Dropping The Roles You Play By Actualized.org A video that explores The Roles You Play – A list of the most common roles people play in life and how to drop them. Are You Confusing Pity for Love in Your Relationships? By Alan Robarge Are you confusing pity for love? Are you trying to prove your worth by loving someone else’s brokenness? What are other, healthier ways to create relationships besides this pity-as-love dynamic? On this video, Alan Robarge, Relationship Coach, talks about using the pity-as-love approach to prove our worth in relationship. We try to guarantee some longevity of relationship by making ourselves needed. We don’t…

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Explainer: What Is Social Anxiety Disorder?

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Explainer: what is social anxiety disorder? Peter McEvoy, Curtin University Most of us would admit to feeling shy from time to time, or anxious about public speaking: the larger the crowd the greater the terror. It’s also not unusual to feel awkward while making small talk with unfamiliar (or uninteresting) people. But a significant number of people find these situations utterly mortifying. Social anxiety disorder (or SAD) is diagnosed when the fear of criticism or rejection by others becomes chronic and debilitating. People with SAD see themselves as incompetent and inferior, and others as judgemental and hostile. They believe they will be rejected when others see how anxious and awkward they are, or hear the stupid or boring things they say. While criticism is an occasional and unpleasant part of life for most of us, people with SAD believe they will be criticised and rejected virtually every time they are around other people. They also believe that there is a high personal cost to being criticised – if others criticise me then I am a failure. SAD dictates what courses can be studied (those that don’t require speaking in front of the class), what jobs can be applied for (able…

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Australians Understand Depression, So Why Don’t We ‘Get’ Anxiety?

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Australians understand depression, so why don’t we ‘get’ anxiety? Anthony Jorm, University of Melbourne Australians have come a long way in understanding depression. Most recognise the symptoms and believe in the value of professional help. But anxiety disorders have been left behind. National surveys of “mental health literacy” show Australians are far less likely to recognise symptoms of anxiety. Around 15% of Australians suffer an anxiety disorder in any given year. This includes generalised anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social phobia, panic disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder. When given a description of a person who is depressed, around three-quarters of survey respondents recognise the person is “depressed”. With PTSD, only a third get the label correct. For social phobia, it’s less than one in ten. Australians are also less likely to see a person with an anxiety disorder as warranting professional help. Everyday worry One reason for lack of understanding is that anxiety is something everyone experiences. And it’s not always a bad thing. Anxiety is necessary for our survival, because it protects us from danger. It can also motivate us to improve our performance in situations such as exams, sporting competitions and public speaking. But, like many good things,…

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