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Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH is one of the most highly qualified and experienced clinical hypnotherapists practising in Australia today who has received worldwide recognition and praise for her research and development of clinical procedures.
Have your stress levels got out of control?
Does life seem to be running away with you?
Are work or family situations closing in on you?
Have you noticed people avoiding you because you have become so grumpy?
You may be anxious, hyperventilating, have a tight chest or palpitations, trouble sleeping and might even be arguing with others in your life constantly.
You may feel under pressure and unable to cope. Or you may find ordinary, everyday life stressful and do not have a coping mechanism for simply getting from A to B.
Well here is the bottom line…life is competitive and we have to compete for our place at the table as well as look after our families.
I see many corporate people who have to work 12 to 16 hours a day and travel to and from work; life seems to be a constant treadmill.
I also see people who find themselves in difficult relationships and they seem to live in a constant state of alarm.
Do you know that suffering excess stress will shorten your life and kill you?
Not all stress will kill you, of course, because small stressors motivate us forward in life. But when stress has got out of hand over a protracted period you go into the fight and flight response where your immune system is damaged, digestion becomes poor and you become depressed or unable to cope.
If you stay in the stress response even longer and your mind becomes cloudy, you make poor decisions, your adrenal gland gets exhausted and you become profoundly susceptible to illnesses such as adrenal exhaustion, auto-immune diseases, malnutrition, MS and cancer.
It’s time to implement some stress management therapy.
Since I am a naturopath as well as a clinical hypnotherapist, medical nutritionist, and herbalist, I take a full medical history for stress and anxiety management and may order blood tests so that we can get a good idea of what is happening with you.
There may be physical reasons you are so stressed. Sometimes I prescribe some herbs, foods, changes of lifestyle or make other recommendations to help you with stress management.
I may even ask for further physiological investigation from specialists.
I wonder if you are aware how fast you can be taught with hypnotherapy to be deeply deeply deeply calm?
Many people can be afraid or embarrassed to talk to other people about the problem of stress but I provide a safe, confidential, professional environment to help you. I have helped thousands of people get over being too stressed and to live a better quality of life, so I make you feel very comfortable and safe in my office.
For most people stress is a lack of coping mechanism and skills. I teach you those skills.
Hypnotherapy is an excellent tool to help dispel stress and teach you how to de-stress yourself with self-hypnosis so you can do this at home.
Hypnosis goes deep into your unconscious mind and helps change your physical body as well as your automatic behaviours and experiences.
No matter what the source of your stress is, you can successfully implement stress management using hypnotherapy and learn to feel very relaxed and cope with life well.
What is interesting for you to consider, which science has recorded many times, is that people who are less stressed perform better and make better decisions in every aspect of their lives.
Book your hypnotherapy appointment to overcome stress with Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH by calling 02 8021 6429.
Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH, BHSc, ND, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapist. Counsellor, PACFA registered Mental Health Professional and Naturopath in Sydney. You can get help by booking an appointment with me at the Australian Health & Education Centre.
DISCLAIMER: *Many factors will be important in determining your actual results and no guarantees are made that you will achieve results similar to anyone else’s. The nature of therapy requires each person entering therapy to actively engage in the session and to carry out any additional recommendations outside the session, so results vary according to the individual.