There are times when we all need assistance to help ourselves change from one state into another. The role of psychological therapy (psychotherapy) is to provide a range of solutions to enable us to achieve change rapidly, safely and effectively.
A client’s individual needs and preferences are taken into consideration when developing a therapeutic approach for that person. We are all individuals and it follows that therapy should also be individually designed for the individual. The eclectic range of therapeutic approaches offered by Bill Frost include:
Clinical Hypnosis / Hypnotherapy
Today, Clinical Hypnotherapy means using advanced methods of hypnosis and other techniques to treat a variety of medical and psychological problems. Bill uses traditional and modern styles depending on the situation. To hear an example of traditional hypnosis click here….
EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprogramming
EMDR is a powerful modern form of therapy which has NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) approval for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). EMDR is now also used to treat a wide range of other issues…
NLP – Neuro Linguistic Psychology / Programming
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) / Humanistic Neuro Linguistic Psychology (HNLP) are ways of thinking and sets of tools and techniques that facilitate rapid change….
CBH – Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy
Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy fully integrates Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Hypnotherapy. This tends to substantially improve the success rates of cognitive behavioural techniques…
Counselling / Coaching
Counselling provides a safe supportive environment to initially explore a range of issues. Counselling provides an objective, safe, confidential, non-judgemental and caring space to explore issues. Counselling / coaching sessions tend to precede or follow on from therapy sessions….
Biofeedback techniques are used in some sessions to provide a more tangible, visible indicator of change over time. The technique is also very effective when demonstrating that we have more control than we might image…