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Hi
I am new to the site, became ordained in September, I am trained in Hypnotherapy, Emotional Freedom Techniques, Rapid Eye Technology, Life and business Coaching, I am also trained in Spiritual Direction, Labyrinth Facilitation, I lead quiet Days and Retreats.
I am also a Celebrant and now 'Minister'.

I have worked full time as a therapist for the last 8 years.

In my work it matters not what a person may bring 'I work with the person' and not necessarily 'their condition' or to put it another way 'the condition' is the starting point for people to learn about themselves and how to treat themselves and move further along the path of growth and understanding of themselves and 'their world'.

it would b good to converse with other people on here who are therapists or are interested in the arena of therapy!

cheers


Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:16 pm
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I am also interested. I am a registered mental nurse by profession and have qualifications in Counselling, NLP and Hypnotherapy.


Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:27 pm
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Hey
Glad of the reply!

I trained in NLP too!

Are you practicing, do you work within the NHS or have your own practice?

Geemee


Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:53 pm
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I work as a Registered Mental Nurse in the NHS. I use my counselling skills often and the NLP and Hypnotherapy as an ad-hoc set of tools. NLP is an effective tool but for many struggling with a crisis it is often seen as something difficult to grasp. As you are aware that in a psychiatric crisis concentration is often impaired. I believe it is more useful as a recovery tool and a means to build the person up again.


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