Clinical Hypnotherapy EFT and NLP in Northwich Cheshire

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What it’s all about?

I have created this blog primarily to discuss methods of resolving and overcoming the sort of problems we all come across in everyday life. I want to help provide the reader (and indeed myself to a degree) with information that is helpful in maintaining a positive attitude and getting the very best out of themselves and others.

My name is Rebecca Sutton (www.resolvehypnotherapy.co.uk) and I am a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner and an Emotional Freedom Technique Practitioner. I have qualifications in Psychology and Social Care and am very interested in Alternative and Complimentary Health issues. I am also a huge believer that it is possible to overcome even the most debilitating emotional and physical issues with the right sort of approach and information.

Have you ever wondered how some people seem to sail through life? The sort of people who are enviously labelled ‘just plain lucky’ or ‘leading a charmed life’? Or wondered how some people manage to survive massive emotional trauma and are able to find the silver lining in even the most horrendous circumstances?

It’s not that these people are in any way ‘special’ or ‘different’ from anyone else. What they do have however, is a set of strategies that enable them to utilise their own resources in ways that enable them to create successful outcomes. In essence, they are able to think positively. True positivity is not to ignore problems or to pretend blindly that everything is okay in the event of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, but rather the ability to use the incredible natural abilities of the human mind to create a desired outcome. This is an ability that anyone can learn and is something that I aim to cover extensively in this blog.

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