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The Therapy Centre 33 The Parade Roath , Cardiff- CF24 3AD
Cardiff , United Kingdom  United Kingdom
Today (Saturday) : Closed

Clinical Hypo Therapy & Stress Management cardiff - Cardiff

Richard J. DSouza (B.A. Hons., P.G.C.E., D.C. Hyp.) has practised hypnotherapy and stress management in Cardiff since 1997 and is one of the local areas most experienced practitioners. He has offered stress management to local government, private companies and clients has featured in local media.
He has a senior qualification in hypnotherapy by the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR), a featured therapist of the Hypnotherapy Association (HA) and a registered member of the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). Richard is also a therapist approved by the NHS Trust of Complementary and Alternative Practitioners. He fully insured and CRB checked.
Whether you are seeking to change your thoughts, beliefs, feelings, values or aspects of your behaviour, his professional non-judgemental approach will help you: Manage your stress and anxiety issues including IBS & insomnia.Enhance your sports & exam performance .Cease smoking & reduce your weight.Overcome your fears, phobias, panic attacks & self-doubts.Treat your symptoms of depression, bereavement & negative emotions .Break your unwanted habits, obsessions and compulsions.Build your self-confidence and self-esteem.
Turn your negative past events into positive learning experiences.Treat your sexual problems, improve your relationships & heal your recovery from a broken one.Help your child with their habits, anxiety & confidence issues.The Therapy Centre has free parking. Home visits are available.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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As these events continue, the employee may suffer with insomnia and have recurrent bad dreams or nightmares. The interrupted sleep patterns can reflect the significance of these events in the employee’s lifestyle.

When asleep, the conscious mind is unable to filter out the meaning of these events, so the unconscious mind is open to ‘play-out’ this store of negative experience unchecked. Dreams might directly reflect these situations as ‘work-specific’ nightmares or become far more bizarre in their context. Those who can remember their dreams know how vivid and intense they can be. Compounded situations like this can influence the development of our self-esteem and self-confidence when past experiences like these have been created in our childhood.

With reference to the iceberg metaphor, hypnosis creates a relaxed state of mind that moves the tip of the iceberg to one side. The part of our mind that actively sorts and filters information is still awake and observant but is more in a resting state. The unconscious mind, or the part that is beneath the surface of the water, becomes more accessible and more receptive to communication without conscious interference.

Having previously discussed the outcomes and built rapport with the patient, the hypnotherapist can then help direct the patient towards these goals without judgement. For the patient ‘performer’ in hypnosis, they can once again re-educate mind and body back into that peak state, without influence from any negative traumas.

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Hypnosis is sometimes referred to as an “altered state of consciousness” in which an individual can experience an increased receptiveness and responsiveness to their inner experiential perceptions. It is a state of heightened suggestibility in which a therapist can use suggestions to influence the patient’s unconscious mind while their conscious mind remains relaxed. This therapeutic change is brought about with the cooperation of the patient.

The analogy of the iceberg is often used as a metaphor to distinguish the parts of the mind and how they work together. On the surface of the water is the conscious mind, the smaller part of the mind that is noticed. It is the part that we ordinarily think of as “my mind.” The conscious mind is associated with rational thinking, decision-making, analysing and the forming of judgements. It actively sorts and filters what is perceived but its capacity is limited. Everything else that it is unable to be processed falls below the water-line into the unconscious mind.
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The unconscious mind acts as a support network of resources for the conscious mind. Once you have overcome the conscious learning stages in activities such as driving or cycling, they then become automatic (unconscious). These various skills are then directed by the unconscious mind. On a regular journey, we can commute to work without being consciously aware of how we have integrated these complex processes into “one” skill – driving (or cycling). Our conscious mind is still responsible for filtering the important information such as stopping at the red light or swerving around a pothole. But the unconscious mind is coordinating all of these once difficult ‘mini’ skills into an automatic pattern of events.

The imagination lies at the surface of the water. It is the communication link between both parts of the mind, restoring vital information from the unconscious mind up into the conscious mind when it is needed. In relaxed conversation, memories of topics being discussed pop up into our awareness, enriching the quality of our dialogue. New ideas, daydreams and intuition are all part of the dominant flow of traffic from the unconscious mind, up into the conscious mind.

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