Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is one of the most effective forms of therapy when treating anxiety. Let us help you discover if it’s best for you in our blog post. Learn how it works, benefits associated with it, and how it can be used in combination with other forms of therapy.
When the right form of self care is practiced, it can have huge benefits for your mental health. But self care is not a ‘one-size fits all’ approach like it’s commonly portrayed to be. Learn new self care practices that work for you and the direct benefits they have on your mental health.
Hypnotherapy is one of the most effective forms of therapy for treating anxiety and depression. It can help individuals achieve great success in reducing and potentially eliminating their symptoms. Learn more about hypnotherapy as a treatment for anxiety and depression in this blog post.
Worrying is something everyone experiences. At it's best it motivates us but at its worst it can start to control us. Whether you're someone who experiences chronic worrying or just want to worry less, these four strategies will allow you to start to take control back from the worries that hinder your life.
Anxiety & depression are prevalent in society and we may have loved ones who are struggling. We want to help, but are not sure how to best support them. Nicklas breaks down how to identify if someone's life is at risk, and how you can help them at home or encourage them to see a professional.
The Optimal Success Wheel of Life is a tool we use to assess and reframe our views on what success and balance in our lives looks like.
What’s holding you back from living optimally? If you are someone who feels frustrated or stuck, or perhaps you feel like you’re constantly stressed or anxious, or you are someone who struggles to follow through on goals you've committed to, you are not alone. There is good news though, you can absolutely overcome this with Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy!
There are a number of natural remedies to prevent and reduce anxiety and depression. They generally fall into three categories: allocate more time to things that reduce anxiety and depression, incorporating new habits, and reprogram your brain pathways.
Overcoming an anxiety or depression episode can be extremely challenging, but with the right tools, a person can prevent, minimize or treat their symptoms.
When someone is dealing with anxiety and depression it impacts more than just their brain - it can impact many different parts of their bodies and cause a variety of symptoms ranging from overwhelming stress, to increased risk of heart attack or stroke.