Getting Mental Health On The Line – Weekending 23/04/17
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 hypnotic inductions (for people considering hypnosis or for hypnosis students), finding balance and walking the middle path, a spot of afternoon meditation, a look at NLP techniques to break procrastination, an indepth look into hypnotherapy, an ACT metaphor that uses a sushi train, and lastly a look at how gay men use humour as a defence mechanism.
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.
Hypnotic Induction Demo | Learn Hypnosis Techniques
Hypnotist Erick Känd demonstrates a rapid hypnotic induction followed by various hypnosis techniques. You’ll see:
– Hypnotic Inductions
– Trance deepeners, and
– Hypnosis Phenomena known as “convincers.”
Dialectics: Learning How to Find Balance and Walk the Middle Path
MEDITATION SESSION IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DAY | DailyVee 210
A GOOD DAY OF HUSTLING THROUGH MEETINGS AT VAYNERMEDIA, ADAM BRAUN FROM PENCILS OF PROMISE WAS ON THE ASKGARYVEE SHOW TODAY AND A MINUTE OF MEDITATION.
NLP Techniques: How to Stop Procrastination
Procrastination is a very common problem. The good news is… you can beat your procrastination when you apply this simple eight-step process. Best of all you don’t need to beat yourself up with negative self-talk to make the change… the change can be done easily using this tested process.
Interviewing the knowledgeable Scott Lawrence, hypnotherapist and hypnosis expert Low
Sushi Train Metaphor by Dr. Russ Harris
The Sushi Train metaphor offers a great tool for unhooking from difficult or unhelpful thoughts
Russ Harris, a leading author, trainer and pioneer of ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy), explains the Sushi Train metaphor through this entertaining and educational clip.
OUTthink – S01E12 – Scott Brennan – Gay Men and Humour
OUTthink is a podcast that talks about issues that affect LGBTQIA+ mental health. This episode, we chat with comedian, actor, writer and producer, Scott Brennan and explore the topic of how gay men can often be the butt of jokes as well as how gay men use humour as a defence mechanism.
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