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What Kind of Change Methods are you using?

Guest post by Connirae Andreas When someone has a broken bone, sometimes it’s helpful or even necessary to put on a splint or a cast, so that the bone can heal properly. Then at some point this needs to be removed for us to have full functional use of the body again. Psychologically, when we […]

Online conference: Ericksonian Hypnosis in the Treatment of Depression: Eight experts share their experience and insights. Depression is often clearly a response to loss — of a loved person, a valued job, a sense of self-identity, a treasured activity, a dream, or a future. In my segment of this conference, titled “The many faces of […]

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Mindfulness Webcast with Connirae Andreas

Connirae is one of 6 presenters, including Jon Kabat-Zinn, Jack Kornfield, Tara Brach, Ron Siegel, and Christopher Germer, in a webcast on mindfulness that’s just been released by the Psychotherapy Networker. Connirae was included because of her new work, the Wholeness Process. This is a comprehensive method of personal transformation and healing, which can easily […]

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We’re pleased to include this guest post written by our son, Mark Andreas. It first appeared on Mark’s Blog “Tools & Tales of Change.” -Steve Over the years, many people have asked me, “What was it like growing up with your parents using NLP on you all the time?” To which I like to respond, smiling, […]

PTSD: Simple and Complex

The term PTSD is sometimes applied very loosely to any unpleasant memory of an event that continues to trouble someone. Having a deprived childhood, repeated failure in school or business, or being dumped by a lover may be very unpleasant, but it is not usually a life-threatening event. The DSM 5 criteria for PTSD are […]