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Tips on how to stay mindful at work

  • by Alan Piper
  • 05 Jun, 2017

Tip on how to stay mindful in the office

group of people at an office

We all know employee life can, at times, feel overwhelming, filled with deadlines and daily pressures. That is why mindfulness is exactly what people should all be practising.

When we are juggling a million things, we are not actually more productive. We may appear to achieve many things at once but research showes that when you multi-task the quality of your output and ability to make sensible judgements are significantly reduced. Not so progressive then.

Mindfulness is the ability to cultivate awareness of the present moment. So here we give five key tips on how you can apply mindfulness to work life:

1.  Multitasking  

Ok, you can listen to a the TV whilst you’re cooking. That’s great. It does not mean you can be answering emails, and answer the phone and finishing touches to that presentation for later while in a meeting all in one go.The key to mindfulness is keeping your mind focused on one thing at a time. Put your phone away, close your laptop. Give things your full attention to the 1 thing at a time.

2. Get some perspective

 We all feel anxious, or sad or angry. Or even a bit too excited from time to time. If you can relate to your own feelings with a little bit of distance, as if you were looking at a storm through the window rather than outside, windswept and soaking wet, you’ll feel more in control and be a more helpful member of your team.

3. Empathise  

Try and relate to the people around you. When you’re giving them a task or news, think about how they’re going to receive it. Where are they coming from? In one word: empathise.

4. Be curious  

In meditation, clarity is achieved through a sense of curiosity. You point your attention to the object with an intention to see or feel more of it. In work, you can apply this by allowing yourself time to investigate a task or situation. Sure, a few questions pop into your mind right away. But at this point, continue to direct your attention to the task and ask more. Keep going deeper, get into uncomfortable areas, then go a bit further. Client isn’t receptive to it? Do it on your own, as much as you can, and then take them what you can’t answer yourself.

5. Keep moaning to a minimum  

Having a bit of discipline to pick the right time to moan, then stop and get back to work is very important. Everyone wants to moan. By all means, have a collective moan, then let it go. Get back to work accepting the fact that now you have a new task with a much short deadline. 

For more information on how mindfulness orhow we can help you and your fellow employees in the office to help and keep them stress and anxiety free,call us on 01784 392449


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by Alan Piper 28 Jun, 2017

Anxiety and panic attack therapy

What are Panic Attacks.  

A panic attack is a intense  sense of psychological and physical feeling’s of panic and fright, which can happen suddenly, often for no clear reason.Panic attacks usually last between five and 20 minutes, and although it may feel as though you are in serious trouble, they aren’t dangerous and shouldn’t cause any physical harm. It is unlikely you will be admitted to hospital if you have a panic attack.You may feel an overwhelming sense of fear and a sense of unreality, as if you’re detached from the world around you.As well as psychological symptoms, you may also experience physical symptoms of panic, such as:

A sensation that your heart is beating irregularly (palpitations)

Sweating

Trembling

Shortness of breath

A choking sensation

A chest pain

Feeling sick

The physical symptoms of a panic attack are caused by your body going into “fight or flight” mode in response to something you think is a threat. As your body tries to take in more oxygen your breathing quickens. Your body also releases hormones, such as adrenaline, causing your heart to beat faster and your muscles to tense up.

  We see a lot of  clients who suffer panic attacks   . Panic attacks are easy to cure if you seek out the right kind of help. (lets differentiate first between panicked attacks and other anxiety disorders). Panic attack is based on Adrenaline kicking in at an inappropriate time. Adrenaline kicking is is a normal and needed part of human functionality that serves as the fight or flee emotional make up of every normal person. It is there to serve the purpose of if in a danger situation should we arm our self mentally & physically to fight that danger or should we run from that danger, we have to make a split second decision , of subconsciously on which of those 2 courses of actions to take. With people who suffer panic attacks normally due to some previous bad experience or trauma, that system is simply out of calibration. Ie that fight or flee decision making decision and level is not in sync. There are many proven techniques to get this system back in sync these are generally hypnosis based practices, clinical hypnosis, Nuero linguistic programming, because it is the sub conscious mind that needs just some gentle re clarification. No drug is proven to do this, no other talking therapies will do this. Any experienced clinical hypnotherapist will cure Panic attacks in 1 to 3, 1 hour sessions with high success rate. For more information call me at 01784 392449 or Mbl 07734900007


by Alan Piper 28 Jun, 2017

Anxiety and panic attack therapy

What are Panic Attacks.  

A panic attack is a intense  sense of psychological and physical feeling’s of panic and fright, which can happen suddenly, often for no clear reason.Panic attacks usually last between five and 20 minutes, and although it may feel as though you are in serious trouble, they aren’t dangerous and shouldn’t cause any physical harm. It is unlikely you will be admitted to hospital if you have a panic attack.You may feel an overwhelming sense of fear and a sense of unreality, as if you’re detached from the world around you.As well as psychological symptoms, you may also experience physical symptoms of panic, such as:

A sensation that your heart is beating irregularly (palpitations)

Sweating

Trembling

Shortness of breath

A choking sensation

A chest pain

Feeling sick

The physical symptoms of a panic attack are caused by your body going into “fight or flight” mode in response to something you think is a threat. As your body tries to take in more oxygen your breathing quickens. Your body also releases hormones, such as adrenaline, causing your heart to beat faster and your muscles to tense up.

  We see a lot of  clients who suffer panic attacks   . Panic attacks are easy to cure if you seek out the right kind of help. (lets differentiate first between panicked attacks and other anxiety disorders). Panic attack is based on Adrenaline kicking in at an inappropriate time. Adrenaline kicking is is a normal and needed part of human functionality that serves as the fight or flee emotional make up of every normal person. It is there to serve the purpose of if in a danger situation should we arm our self mentally & physically to fight that danger or should we run from that danger, we have to make a split second decision , of subconsciously on which of those 2 courses of actions to take. With people who suffer panic attacks normally due to some previous bad experience or trauma, that system is simply out of calibration. Ie that fight or flee decision making decision and level is not in sync. There are many proven techniques to get this system back in sync these are generally hypnosis based practices, clinical hypnosis, Nuero linguistic programming, because it is the sub conscious mind that needs just some gentle re clarification. No drug is proven to do this, no other talking therapies will do this. Any experienced clinical hypnotherapist will cure Panic attacks in 1 to 3, 1 hour sessions with high success rate. For more information call me at 01784 392449 or Mbl 07734900007

by Alan Piper 28 Jun, 2017

Anxiety and panic attack therapy

What are Panic Attacks.  

A panic attack is a intense  sense of psychological and physical feeling’s of panic and fright, which can happen suddenly, often for no clear reason.Panic attacks usually last between five and 20 minutes, and although it may feel as though you are in serious trouble, they aren’t dangerous and shouldn’t cause any physical harm. It is unlikely you will be admitted to hospital if you have a panic attack.You may feel an overwhelming sense of fear and a sense of unreality, as if you’re detached from the world around you.As well as psychological symptoms, you may also experience physical symptoms of panic, such as:

A sensation that your heart is beating irregularly (palpitations)

Sweating

Trembling

Shortness of breath

A choking sensation

A chest pain

Feeling sick

The physical symptoms of a panic attack are caused by your body going into “fight or flight” mode in response to something you think is a threat. As your body tries to take in more oxygen your breathing quickens. Your body also releases hormones, such as adrenaline, causing your heart to beat faster and your muscles to tense up.

  We see a lot of  clients who suffer panic attacks   . Panic attacks are easy to cure if you seek out the right kind of help. (lets differentiate first between panicked attacks and other anxiety disorders). Panic attack is based on Adrenaline kicking in at an inappropriate time. Adrenaline kicking is is a normal and needed part of human functionality that serves as the fight or flee emotional make up of every normal person. It is there to serve the purpose of if in a danger situation should we arm our self mentally & physically to fight that danger or should we run from that danger, we have to make a split second decision , of subconsciously on which of those 2 courses of actions to take. With people who suffer panic attacks normally due to some previous bad experience or trauma, that system is simply out of calibration. Ie that fight or flee decision making decision and level is not in sync. There are many proven techniques to get this system back in sync these are generally hypnosis based practices, clinical hypnosis, Nuero linguistic programming, because it is the sub conscious mind that needs just some gentle re clarification. No drug is proven to do this, no other talking therapies will do this. Any experienced clinical hypnotherapist will cure Panic attacks in 1 to 3, 1 hour sessions with high success rate. For more information call me at 01784 392449 or Mbl 07734900007


by Alan Piper 28 Jun, 2017

There is now plenty of research that shows more scientific evidence for hypnotherapy than any other complementary therapy by using hypnosis.    Enough studies have now accumulated to suggest that the inclusion of hypnotic procedures may be beneficial in the management and treatment of a wide range of conditions and problems encountered in the practice of medicine, psychiatry and psychotherapy.

Studies and Statistics: 
Success Rate for Smoking Cessation 90.6% successful:  Using Hypnosis University of Washington School of Medicine, Depts. of Anesthesiology and Rehabilitation Medicine, Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2010 Jul;49(3):257-66. Barber J.  

Statistics for Addictions

  • Significantly More Methadone Addicts Quit with Hypnosis. 9 4% Remained Narcotic Free A comparative study of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy in the treatment of methadone addicts. Manganiello AJ, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 1999; 26(4): 273-9.
  • Hypnosis Shows 77 Percent Success Rate for Drug Addiction Intensive Therapy: Utilizing Hypnosis in the Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorders. Potter, Greg, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Jul 2004.
  • Raised Self-esteem & Serenity. Lowered Impulsivity and Anger  American Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy (a publication of the American Psychological Association) 2004 Apr;46(4):281-97
Hypnotherapy is the preffered therapy to help assist people come off a gambling addiction. For More information how Hypnosis could help you deal with a gambling or any other addiction please call us now on 01784392449
by Alan Piper 28 Jun, 2017

There is now plenty of research that shows more scientific evidence for hypnotherapy than any other complementary therapy by using hypnosis.    Enough studies have now accumulated to suggest that the inclusion of hypnotic procedures may be beneficial in the management and treatment of a wide range of conditions and problems encountered in the practice of medicine, psychiatry and psychotherapy.

Studies and Statistics: 
Success Rate for Smoking Cessation 90.6% successful:  Using Hypnosis University of Washington School of Medicine, Depts. of Anesthesiology and Rehabilitation Medicine, Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2010 Jul;49(3):257-66. Barber J.  

Statistics for Addictions

  • Significantly More Methadone Addicts Quit with Hypnosis. 9 4% Remained Narcotic Free A comparative study of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy in the treatment of methadone addicts. Manganiello AJ, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 1999; 26(4): 273-9.
  • Hypnosis Shows 77 Percent Success Rate for Drug Addiction Intensive Therapy: Utilizing Hypnosis in the Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorders. Potter, Greg, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Jul 2004.
  • Raised Self-esteem & Serenity. Lowered Impulsivity and Anger  American Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy (a publication of the American Psychological Association) 2004 Apr;46(4):281-97
Hypnotherapy is the preffered therapy to help assist people come off a gambling addiction. For More information how Hypnosis could help you deal with a gambling or any other addiction please call us now on 01784392449

by Alan Piper 28 Jun, 2017

There is now plenty of research that shows more scientific evidence for hypnotherapy than any other complementary therapy by using hypnosis.    Enough studies have now accumulated to suggest that the inclusion of hypnotic procedures may be beneficial in the management and treatment of a wide range of conditions and problems encountered in the practice of medicine, psychiatry and psychotherapy.

Studies and Statistics: 
Success Rate for Smoking Cessation 90.6% successful:  Using Hypnosis University of Washington School of Medicine, Depts. of Anesthesiology and Rehabilitation Medicine, Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2010 Jul;49(3):257-66. Barber J.  

Statistics for Addictions

  • Significantly More Methadone Addicts Quit with Hypnosis. 9 4% Remained Narcotic Free A comparative study of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy in the treatment of methadone addicts. Manganiello AJ, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 1999; 26(4): 273-9.
  • Hypnosis Shows 77 Percent Success Rate for Drug Addiction Intensive Therapy: Utilizing Hypnosis in the Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorders. Potter, Greg, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Jul 2004.
  • Raised Self-esteem & Serenity. Lowered Impulsivity and Anger  American Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy (a publication of the American Psychological Association) 2004 Apr;46(4):281-97
Hypnotherapy is the preffered therapy to help assist people come off a gambling addiction. For More information how Hypnosis could help you deal with a gambling or any other addiction please call us now on 01784392449

by Alan Piper 27 Jun, 2017

PANIC ATTACK THERAPY

What are Panic Attacks.  

A panic attack is a intense  sense of psychological and physical feeling’s of panic and fright, which can happen suddenly, often for no clear reason.Panic attacks usually last between five and 20 minutes, and although it may feel as though you are in serious trouble, they aren’t dangerous and shouldn’t cause any physical harm. It is unlikely you will be admitted to hospital if you have a panic attack.You may feel an overwhelming sense of fear and a sense of unreality, as if you’re detached from the world around you.As well as psychological symptoms, you may also experience physical symptoms of panic, such as:

A sensation that your heart is beating irregularly (palpitations)

Sweating

Trembling

Shortness of breath

A choking sensation

A chest pain

Feeling sick

The physical symptoms of a panic attack are caused by your body going into “fight or flight” mode in response to something you think is a threat. As your body tries to take in more oxygen your breathing quickens. Your body also releases hormones, such as adrenaline, causing your heart to beat faster and your muscles to tense up.

  We see a lot of  clients who suffer panic attacks  . Panic attacks are easy to cure if you seek out the right kind of help. (lets differentiate first between panicked attacks and other anxiety disorders). Panic attack is based on Adrenaline kicking in at an inappropriate time. Adrenaline kicking is is a normal and needed part of human functionality that serves as the fight or flee emotional make up of every normal person. It is there to serve the purpose of if in a danger situation should we arm our self mentally & physically to fight that danger or should we run from that danger, we have to make a split second decision , of subconsciously on which of those 2 courses of actions to take. With people who suffer panic attacks normally due to some previous bad experience or trauma, that system is simply out of calibration. Ie that fight or flee decision making decision and level is not in sync. There are many proven techniques to get this system back in sync these are generally hypnosis based practices, clinical hypnosis, Nuero linguistic programming, because it is the sub conscious mind that needs just some gentle re clarification. No drug is proven to do this, no other talking therapies will do this. Any experienced clinical hypnotherapist will cure Panic attacks in 1 to 3, 1 hour sessions with high success rate. For more information call me at 01784 392449 or Mbl 07734900007


by Alan Piper 27 Jun, 2017

PANIC ATTACK THERAPY

What are Panic Attacks.  

A panic attack is a intense  sense of psychological and physical feeling’s of panic and fright, which can happen suddenly, often for no clear reason.Panic attacks usually last between five and 20 minutes, and although it may feel as though you are in serious trouble, they aren’t dangerous and shouldn’t cause any physical harm. It is unlikely you will be admitted to hospital if you have a panic attack.You may feel an overwhelming sense of fear and a sense of unreality, as if you’re detached from the world around you.As well as psychological symptoms, you may also experience physical symptoms of panic, such as:

A sensation that your heart is beating irregularly (palpitations)

Sweating

Trembling

Shortness of breath

A choking sensation

A chest pain

Feeling sick

The physical symptoms of a panic attack are caused by your body going into “fight or flight” mode in response to something you think is a threat. As your body tries to take in more oxygen your breathing quickens. Your body also releases hormones, such as adrenaline, causing your heart to beat faster and your muscles to tense up.

  We see a lot of  clients who suffer panic attacks  . Panic attacks are easy to cure if you seek out the right kind of help. (lets differentiate first between panicked attacks and other anxiety disorders). Panic attack is based on Adrenaline kicking in at an inappropriate time. Adrenaline kicking is is a normal and needed part of human functionality that serves as the fight or flee emotional make up of every normal person. It is there to serve the purpose of if in a danger situation should we arm our self mentally & physically to fight that danger or should we run from that danger, we have to make a split second decision , of subconsciously on which of those 2 courses of actions to take. With people who suffer panic attacks normally due to some previous bad experience or trauma, that system is simply out of calibration. Ie that fight or flee decision making decision and level is not in sync. There are many proven techniques to get this system back in sync these are generally hypnosis based practices, clinical hypnosis, Nuero linguistic programming, because it is the sub conscious mind that needs just some gentle re clarification. No drug is proven to do this, no other talking therapies will do this. Any experienced clinical hypnotherapist will cure Panic attacks in 1 to 3, 1 hour sessions with high success rate. For more information call me at 01784 392449 or Mbl 07734900007


by Alan Piper 26 Jun, 2017

Anxiety Counselling Sunbury

Women are not Robots
Contrary to belief women are not robots or machines, they feel hurt, sadness, pain, and disappointment, they experience feelings of not being good enough, of not reaching the mark, of being vulnerable and afraid.They can be unhappy, they can be scared and they get sick.

There is one thing that all women have in common they feel the following problems at some point in their life.

Stress
Anxiety
Panic
Worry
Fear / Phobias
Anger
Addiction (Eating, Drinking, Smoking)
Sex Problems
Relationships problems
Work / Career problems
Lack Self Confidence
Have an Image / Body problem

For a confidential chat to us about how you are feeling and how our services can quickly help you through, please call us on 01784 392449 or complete the inquiry form.

by Alan Piper 26 Jun, 2017

Anxiety Counselling Twickenham

Women are not Robots
Contrary to belief women are not robots or machines, they feel hurt, sadness, pain, and disappointment, they experience feelings of not being good enough, of not reaching the mark, of being vulnerable and afraid.They can be unhappy, they can be scared and they get sick.

There is one thing that all women have in common they feel the following problems at some point in their life.

Stress
Anxiety
Panic
Worry
Fear / Phobias
Anger
Addiction (Eating, Drinking, Smoking)
Sex Problems
Relationships problems
Work / Career problems
Lack Self Confidence
Have an Image / Body problem

For a confidential chat to us about how you are feeling and how our services can quickly help you through, please call us on 01784 392449 or complete the inquiry form.

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