Category Archives: P.S.H. Therapy

Subconscious Conflicts – Road Blocks to your Goals

Do you have trouble achieving your goals?

Achieving goals is a step at a time process. Making decisions in each moment that are aligned with your aims. However the subconscious within you is also trying to get its needs and aims met. Many of them set a long time ago (from childhood).

So often those aims are in conflict with your present day goals and wishes. So you have road blocks within you. Your subconscious often will not allow you to achieve your aims (whether they are career, financial, relationship or health related) unless itsĀ  more urgent needs are met.

This work provides the conditions to help you resolve the subconscious needs within you, helping to heal your subconscious body, freeing the way to achieving your deepest goals and wishes.

This cannot be done consciously. It requires involving your body, emotions and spirit at a deeper level. This deeper level is the mindfulness, alpha/theta frequency level of your mind and body. Working at this level allows for the real changes and releases to occur.

This has been my expertise and specialty for the last 21 years. Helping people access areas deep within their subconscious body where the conflict and forgotten, unmet needs reside.

Fighting with this part doesn’t work.
Drugging it is not the answer either.

It is a real unfinished need, deep within you. And it is waiting to be heard, met and healed.

Combining Powerful Therapeutic Approaches for Better Results

I reminded myself again today just how well my therapeutic work, specifically the P.S.H. Therapy and the Body Psychotherapy work combine so well together. One is a great tool to bypass the intellect and drill down straight to the feeling cause of a problem (PSH) and the other is a great tool at keeping aContinue Reading

Ask the therapist: “Have you had sessions in this work yourself?”

The theme that arose a bit this past month from a number of people and therapists that I have been talking to has been about the well known fact that the best therapists are normally the ones that have had a major problem/health issue that they healed in themselves before becoming therapists. Why is that?Continue Reading

“Learn to live with it”

I’ve heard this line many times. A statement made by well meaning therapists to clients of mine who were seeing such people in the past. I heard this line again recently from a client referring to a friend of theirs who had been seeing a psychologist and getting CBT for their anxiety. “Learn to liveContinue Reading

ASTA Conference – for P.S.H. Therapists

I’ve just attended the ASTA Conference for 2010 in Sydney. ASTA is the association for all P.S.H. Therapists around Australia. It was an inspiring day of more learning and meeting up with colleagues from around Australia most whom I only get to meet once a year. I gave two presentations (120 mins and 90 mins.)Continue Reading