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One of the things any ethical therapist needs to consider carefully is the amount of hope one gives to clients. Some conditions can be completely cured, some can be helped and with some there isn’t much that can be done. Not giving people enough hope, where hope is justified, is in my view not providing […]
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Healing is a somewhat loaded term. For many it will conjure up exotic and wacky images of fish slapping together or bizarre rituals which do nothing to help, other than perhaps line the pockets of an unethical or delusional practitioner. For others it sounds appealing, alluding to a more comprehensive form of therapy or medicine […]
NEWSFLASH! ANOTHER ALL THE RAGE SCREENING – 3 September 2017 – Cinema Nova Carlton
Its about time we had a feature length film showcasing what has already been achieved in mindbody pain treatment. Well... its landing in Melbourne in July!>>read more >>
"Since I've started seeing Hal, I've quit drinking and smoking, gone off my antidepressants, stopped feeling shy, dramatically improved my relationships with my partner and with my mother, and largely gotten over my RSI issues.
Its been a transformational few months. I have to give credit to myself and to a course that I'm doing at the moment as well, but seeing Hal has really helped me get in touch with my emotions and given me the capacity to deal with life, rather than avoiding ... >>read more >>
"Seeing Hal changed my life. After 4 years of strong chronic pain I now experience minimal pain and have no restrictions in doing all the activities I love in life. Here is my story.
I initially developed RSI type pain in my wrists from typing and computer use while writing up my PhD. It manifested as strong pain right through both my wrists whenever I typed or used my wrists for normal activities. It eventually got so bad ... >>read more >>
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