There are many people who urgently need help with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD, many of them from the armed and emergency services. This article is similar to the one in Police Professional, and will soon appear in a number of others in order to educate the right people about the potential of our approach.
It has long been a basic proposition of rapport building within Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) that people unconsciously trust those who are most like them. This has led to the idea of matching or mirroring other people’s physiology or modes of speech in order to build an unconscious positive connection. Done well, I’ve found that […]
A new study by evolutionary psychologists at the University of California have discovered a link between male strength, female beauty, and anger levels. Apparently the greater your upper body strength (if male) or your level of attractiveness (if female) the more likely it is that you anger easily. The authors suggest that anger evolved as […]
As an ex-police officer, Trevor has a particular interest in working with people suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. In this article for Police Professional he outlines what the condition is, and how people can be helped using Cognitive Hypnotherapy.
It seems that neuroscience is adding to the evidence everyday that our memories are not only being adjusted according to our current experiences, but that just the act of remembering them can change them. It’s a difficult idea to like, but the evidence is pointing to the fact that when we remember our past, it […]
A study by Kansas University has shown that childrens perception of a peers ability to control an undesirable characteristic – such as obesity – will affect their attitude toward them. One of the researchers, Jennifer Livengood said “This study provides some evidence that if a child feels that an undesirable characteristic is under some sort […]
In this article Trevor explains how you can use self hypnosis to maximise the results of your training, and your performance on the day. When you look at the opening page, though, isn’t it a shame that an article stressing the non-weirdness of trance gets lumbered with a picture that suggests the opposite. I think […]
On our Cognitive Hypnotherapy Diploma course we spend time looking at a range of differences in people that guide their preferences. One of these is a preference for sameness and difference. Think of it as a continuum; some people will be strongly sameness, some strongly difference, and many a mixture of both (often dependent on […]
Trevor was consulted for an interesting article on the differences that make relationships a challenge. If you’re interested in why opposites attract…and then drive each other mad, you might want to have a look at the online seminar that Trevor recorded, Talking From Uranus: How to live with the Alien you fell in love with. […]
In a recent study published by the University of Helsinki, using information gathered from men and women in the US who were subjects of a 40 year investigation, researchers concluded that beautiful women had 16% more children than plainer ones. From a Darwinian point of view, if beauty is getting selected for, then women will […]