I was disturbed recently by a long conversation with a friend who had recently completed his qualification in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. I hadn’t been aware of how driven they had become by their interpretation of evidence-based practice. On the face of it, it seems a good idea, but from his reports it seems that the […]
At Quest we’re always keen to develop talent, and we think we’ve discovered a young lady who is going to bring fresh energy to our hospitality department. With the sad loss of our Hospitality Director, Barney, in November 2010, we’ve clearly been missing something in the area of student interface – mainly a cold nose […]
Apparently up to about 80% of our thoughts seems to be verbal rather than visual or emotional – at least according to recent research at the University of Nevada. This finding emerges from a field of study that’s looking at the power words have to influence our perceptions – i.e. the way we see the […]
Experiments have shown that a great deal of the sense we have of ourselves, of the feeling of the kind of person we are, is gained from our interpretation of our surroundings. If we continually find ourselves in a negative environment we tend to become the kind of person you find in such a place […]
Trevor has been working with the Times columnist Katie Pearson. In this article, published on Tuesday the 18th August 2010, Katie talks about how Cognitive Hypnotherapy is helping her with cancer. Isn’t it a shame that doctor’s don’t go on to investigate these positive ‘abnormalities’?
is how I’d like this book to be described, and I’m sure that’s how many authors in the field feel when they publish. This has been four years in the writing and it’s an absorbing, frustrating, enlightening and sometimes overwhelming experience, so it’s normal that you want it to be well received. The time to […]
Trevor talks about the different types of goals you can set for running success. Click here.
Trevor was approached to give advice to three couples experiencing challenges in their relationships. Always a tricky thing to do at a distance, relationship therapy with a trained therapist can often make a huge difference. Often it’s not a lack of love causing the issue, just each having a lack of understanding of the mind […]
Most often we’re told that we should be realistic about our goals. But in this article I go against that advice and tell you how being unreasonable could transform your year.
Cognitive Hypnotherapy had a high profile at the Olympia Diet show. SlimQuest had a stand, manned and womanned by Questies eager to educate the public in how easy it is to to lose weight when your mind is working for you. On the Saturday Rebecca Silvester gave a presentation on how to use simple techniques […]