Bayside Psychotherapy: News and Opinion

Binge Eating Counselling, Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy

Submitted by on 20th Mar 2010

Binge Eating Disorder is so common in our consumer driven, narcissistic, Western society. And no, I’m not just referring to Bulimia, but specifically binge eating, as opposed over eating. Eating as much as possible very quickly, specifically.. There are a variety of causes for this problem. In my experience it usually arises from an attachment […]

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Addictions Can Be Overcome

Submitted by on 7th Mar 2010

That’s right. The liberating sense of freedom and feelings of confidence that arise from stopping addictive behaviour can bring renewed self worth and a joyful life. Not in some passing self-help fleeting kind of way, but in a genuine feeling of this is how life is meant to feel way. Addictions arise in many guises. […]

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Counselling, Hypnotherapy And Change Versus Not Change

Submitted by on 4th Mar 2010

Change versus not change. On the surface, it doesn’t seem like a very interesting question. But when you contemplate the various psychological philosophies, of Buddhism and Western psychotherapy, striking differences seem to occur. Buddhist psychotherapy, which partly incorporates mindfulness therapy, is all about not change. In other words, it is about developing self acceptance, and […]

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Mindfulness Meditation, Hypnotherapy, Counselling And Psychotherapy

Submitted by on 1st Mar 2010

Therapy works. It’s been known for years. Nobody really knows how, although many think they change occurs because of the method or approach. The only thing that is certain, is that of the 400 odd methods of counselling, psychotherapy, and hypnotherapy, that they do help people most of the time. What is fascinating, however, is […]

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