Do You Need a Tune-up?

In “The Winner’s Bible” Dr Kerry Spackman, a neuroscientist, made the observation that a goal of therapy may be either to help a client loosen up or conversely to tighten up. It reminds me of the buddhist metaphor of tuning a sitar. If the strings are too tight or too loose then the instrument won’t play well. On reflection I have often been able to use a combination of hypnotherapy, relaxation or meditation to help my clients achieve that goal. That is, to “make beautiful new music.”

 

About Sam Hayes

Sam Hayes is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist practising in Perth Western Australia. He is a highly qualified practitioner and he has studied with some of the leading Clinical Hypnosis teachers in Australia and Internationally. He has studied at the Australian Academy of Hypnosis (Principal: Rick Collingwood), The Erickson Institute of Western Australia (Principal: George Burns, Clinical Psychologist) and with Dr Michael Yapko (one of the world's leading teachers of Clinical Hypnosis). In addition Sam has a degree in Sports Science from UWA and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from ECU.

Sam lists some of his interests as Psychology and Personal Development, Art and Cinema, Reading and holistic health (including Relaxation and Meditation).