It is considered that many people with addictions may be seekers, who are searching for their creative expression or their spirituality. For some their addiction may be a comfort or a reward that has become very much conditioned into their daily routine. For others it may be a way of burying the past or numbing unwanted memories.
We can all be addicted to ritual and behaviour patterns but some of us feel the need for more stimulation, in the form of substance abuse or a behaviour pattern that stimulates excitement, for example gambling.
Psychological research shows that a lot of unhealthy addictive behaviour originates in the form of compensation for lack of love, approval, and creative expression. Hypnotherapy will give you a greater feeling of self-esteem, self-belief, safety and security to allow you to make positive changes that you want in your life.
By using a balance of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Hypnotherapy, Sue can show you how to break associations and overcome addictions and let go of unwanted patterns of behaviour. Depending on the root of the addiction other therapies such as CBT (Conitive Behavioural Therapy) may be incorporated into the work. Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is often also taught to clients to help them break habits.
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) will help you reframe your perception of yourself and your ability to succeed and achieve. You will focus on success. Hypnotherapy will help you to communicate with deeper side of yourself. To listen to that all knowing side that is aware of your abilities and creativity. It will help break old habit patterns and allow you to move into a new healthier happy way of life. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy will help you address and understand your patterns of behaviour and find new ways of coping. Emotional Freedom Technique(EFT) will help to break the state, balance the mind body harmony and give you the belief that you can change.
The therapeutic approach that is used by Sue Turner is extremely motivational so that the clients feels very empowered by the freedom from the addiction or habit and puts their energy into achieving positive goals.