Help to overcome Compulsive Behaviours and Disorders in Pinner & Northwood, London

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Compulsive behaviours can range from simple everyday behaviours such as shopping to more reckless behaviours such as self-harming.  One of the issues with compulsive behaviours is that most of them undertaken to excess can have very damaging impacts on people’s lives:  the compulsive shopper may find themselves heavily in debt or even bankrupt, while the compulsive self-harmer may place their life in jeopardy on a regular basis.

The following list covers the more common compulsive behaviour, but is not exhaustive, that have been treated successfully using the Thrive Programme:

  1. Excessive shopping
  2. Excessive drinking
  3. Addictive behaviour (e.g. gambling, misusing drugs or other substances, eating disorders such as bulimia)
  4. Sexual behaviours (e.g. having numerous sexual partners, having regular unprotected sex)
  5. Lying and/or cheating
  6. Nail biting
  7. Self-harming
  8. Hair twiddling and/or pulling (known as trichotillomania)
  9. Smoking (For more info on stopping smoking with hypnotherapy click here.)

If your particular issue has not been identified, please do not let this put you off from contacting me; compulsive behaviours and disorders are so varied and often specific to the individual that it would be impossible to list them all here.  What is important to realise is that it is the underling reasons for the behaviour that is significant and it is this that is treated with the ThriveProgramme, rather than the behaviours themselves.  If you have any doubts, please contact me for a friendly chat.

How the Thrive Programme Can Help in Pinner & Northwood, London

Many people who have compulsive disorders and behaviours find themselves feeling a little out of control or driven by factors they can not understand.  Sometimes people may feel a little ashamed or guilty about their compulsive behaviours and therefore avoid seeking help.

However, help is at hand and you can rid yourself of these unwanted thought patterns and behaviours successfully through a psychological training programme in the form of a course of the Thrive Programme.  I find that I can usually help someone resolve their issues with compulsive behaviours in about 6 to 8 sessions. *

* Results can vary from person to person and may be dependent upon the amount of effort a person puts into changing their beliefs

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