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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.
Are you breaking up from a relationship and finding it difficult to cope?
Is being alone proving difficult for you emotionally and you can’t think properly?
Has what has happened caused you to be unable to focus on your work or duties?
Are you looking for an experienced professional hypnotherapist to help to get you past this difficult time?
As a couples, relationship and family therapist as well as a clinical hypnotherapist, I frequently use hypnosis to help you get past the difficult times in your life including the trauma and anxiety that can occur during relationship break-ups.
We have all had times when we find separation from a partner or family member difficult.
Perhaps you have become overwhelmed by the emotions and the negativity of loss, whether temporary or permanent, of that relationship and closeness.
Panic, anxiety and depression may follow the separation. It is different from bereavement or grieving for a lost one because separation anxiety can feel like you have been thrust out of a relationship for some reason that you don’t quite understand and was not fair.
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Hypnotherapy can help restore the balance of your mind and emotions.
You invest so much in your interpersonal relationships with spouses or people you fall in love with and you can get lost by giving up part of your own identity to accommodate another.
When those relationships, for any reason, fall apart or no longer work, you may reluctantly experience a break-up.
You may even still hold some lingering hopes of getting back together with the person or be very angry with them.
You might even be holding guilt for something you may have done or not done that may have caused the deterioration of the relationship.
Perhaps you have bitter regrets for your action or inaction and keep putting yourself down.
You may be experiencing conflicting emotions such as longing for the person, fear about encountering them and be unable to accept the break-up.
Your mind can become foggy and you may be quite unable to focus on your work.
You may withdraw from your friends and social situations, feeling that you somehow failed and isolate yourself. This may even be related to earlier traumas of separation when you were younger.
Hypnosis can help clear your mind and give you direction once again in your life.
You may have problems getting past the break-up and feel unable to move on with your life.
Perhaps you keep regressing to the trauma of the break-up, continually re-traumatising yourself and feel stuck, which leads to anxiety, depression and a sense of hopelessness.
At this point it is important to reach out for help. Professional clinical hypnotherapy with an experienced practitioner can help you can recover from the trauma and get on with your life.
Remember, life is very precious and each moment counts. A moment wasted is is a moment lost.
Hypnosis and hypnotherapy can help reprogram your mind so you can move forward with your life in a way that benefits you and your ex-partner.
I take the approach that everyone needs to come out of a relationship as whole as possible, no matter what the circumstances, and everyone needs to be able to get on with their lives with a sense of dignity and peace.
Book your hypnotherapy for break-up anxiety appointment 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.