"It's Sunday, its a day of rest" my partner smiles as I write this quick post. He's right of course and I usually make a point of never doing any work on a Sunday. I'm making a quick exception today.
Chester Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis Cheshire. Meditation Chester. Private Meditation Sessions
This blog follow on from the previous blog post, describing the first of the 3 Principles of Meditation that are universal whichever form of meditation we choose to practice.
In that post, I described how forming a regular habit of meditation, ideally daily, is vital for success in meditation. There are many ways in which habitualtion can be strengthened allowing students to be consist in their practice and avoid some of the obstacles to mediation that can get in the way.
Meditation Chester for Everyday Life, Private One-to-One Meditation Tuition. Meditation Cheshire
This is the time of year for me when so many professional membership annual renewals all come in together for me its frightening! One of the main points I suppose of professional memberships is to provide the public interested in my Chester Hypnotherapy Practice with credibility as to ones education, professional experience and background. The only point of this being that hopefully demonstrated experise and credibility hopefully brings my clients more peace of mind.
Harley Street Hypnotherapy Qualified Medical Doctor Hypnotherapist. Anxiety and Clinical Hypnotherapy Specialist. Hypnotherapy Chester Cheshire Hypnosis
Chester Hypnotherapy Sports Performance Hypnosis Cheshire Hypnotherapy Doctor
I was thrilled this year to be representling the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine at their Annual Speciality Careers Fair.
Along with my lovely and esteemed fellow Council members, Dr Jane Boissiere and Dr David Kraft (Harley Street and London Hypnotherapy) (I am on the far left on the photograph above), we spend several hours spearing the word about the hugh benefits of clinical hypnosis in many medical conditions to both medical students, junior doctors and senior doctors alike.
The Royal Society for Public Health has recognised that practitioners registered with the Complementary and Natural Health care Council (CNHC) are an “untapped resource” and support public health by encouraging their clients to make a range of lifestyle changes. This recognition is the clear message in a joint report entitles ‘Untapped Resources’ with the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (PSA), published yesterday, which looks at the potential impact that the practitioners on Accredited Registers (ARs) could have on the nation’s health and wellbeing.
I cannot believe that tomorrow will be the 1st of November already, so much has happened this year!
In my practice today we have been preparing for the festive season and new developments in the New Year.
I wanted to let you know that our practice will be closed over the Christmas and New Year period this year from Wednesday December 20th 2017 (Dr Rheads last working day will be 19th Dec) until we are open again on Monday 8th January 2018.