I’ve been involved in personal development and therapy for nearly 25 years now. Towards the end of 2016 I decided it was time to take a sabbatical from therapy. So I have. I want to use the space to pursue some personal development of my own, as well as work on a new book and create some new online courses.

If you’re looking for help, one of the many Cognitive Hypnotherapists I’ve trained are waiting for your call. You can find them here:  https://www.qchpa.com/therapist-finder/

What I want you to gain from taking the effort to find this page, is believing that you can change. Whatever is holding you back, or making you unhappy, you can change. It’s not always easy, but it is possible.  In my opinion, therapy isn’t really about just ‘fixing’ problems. It can start that way, but I’ve found that it usually becomes about answering the question “What should I do with this life?” Letting go of any fear that stops you from pursuing the answer to that wholeheartedly, is where the real purpose of therapy begins. It’s worth the struggle, because that’s what can make your life wonderful.

Our life is our life’s work. Start creating it.

Good luck.

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