Every since I started this personal journey I have realised that everything in my life led me to this point. To the point where I can use what has happened to me in the most positive way possible to help others.
I completed my Cognitive Hypnotherapy qualification and have thrown myself fully into trying to reach as many people as I possibly can to help them.
You might use the phrase “gung ho” to describe it.
It comes from an absolute belief that Cognitive Hypnotherapy is a brilliant approach for helping people turn their lives around effectively.
You could also use the term “bull in a china shop”
You see, sometimes, the best way to help someone is to ensure they get the proper help, recognising that it might not be you.
I am not a medical person. I can’t diagnose. I can’t cure.
I can just work with you and your head to help you.
Some people need the support of the medical profession. They need the right medication. The need to be protected from themselves or others need protecting from them.
Before I attended my course at the weekend I didn’t know what I didn’t know.
It was a risk assessment course run by a couple of Quest trained Cognitive Hypnotherapists.
It was a brilliant course. Really practical with some pretty difficult scenarios to work through in groups.
But it taught us how to assess our clients. How to work out whether I can really help or whether I could do more harm.
It’s still down to me. It’s down to how much I feel I can help but I feel way more equipped to make an assessment of the risk now.
I now feel better equipped to know what I don’t know!