I wanted to write a case study about a particular patient who I believe is a great example of how powerful low level laser therapy and acupuncture can be. This patient, who I will call Sarah, was struggling with secondary infertility after naturally conceiving her son a few years prior...
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Using EFT, another one of the energy psychology techniques I use in my clinical practice, for feeling stressed, depressed, and anxious.
I combine EFT with diet, lifestyle, acupuncture, herbs and low-level laser therapy (LLLT/photobiomodulation) as well as with other energy psychology techniques such as hypnosis, NLP and psych K. It is recommended you start with a heath audit to find the underlying causes to you feeling anxious and stressed as well as to food cravings and not being able to lose AND maintain weight loss.
The last thing patients typically want to hear when they’re awaiting their first second, third, or fifth round of IVF is to wait three more months. But those three months of serious treatment has the potential to make an enormous difference on your IVF results.
Surrender – Accepting what is
I created this blog post for those who attended my workshop on awakening your inner healer and creator. If you are struggling with your thoughts and feelings then read on for one of my favourite simple tools to help you get into the present moment and transform the negative feelings.
Practice whole brain posture to support you in surrendering to the present moment, to accepting what is.
Dr Les fehmi, PhD, in his book The Open Focus Bain, shares how when he finally gave up and deeply accepted his failure (he had many unsuccessful attempts of moving his brainwaves into Alpha known for their detached relaxation and healing potential), the EEG registered high-amplitude production. As he stated, “I had been trying too hard and didn’t know it. By surrendering I had slipped into Alpha – the alert, wakeful relaxation that had eluded me)”
If you are feeling alarmed, overwhelmed, inadequate, etc...
An open letter to the LGBTQIA2+ community: You are safe to discuss your sexual and reproductive health with me.Jun 11, 2019
It is international pride month, and it has me thinking about reproductive health and the lack of safe spaces for people from the LGBTQIA2+ community to talk about their reproductive health. Working in reproductive health, I feel it is my duty to make sure people know that they have a safe space to talk about their reproductive health with me.
I have lost mind. And I am so grateful too as my happiness quotient and peace of mind has exponentially increased as a result of losing so many negative subconscious beliefs.
I am offering a workshop on how you too can lose your mind so you can experience more peace and serenity in your life which can also lead to healing and creating the life you desire and deserve.
In my last blog post, I talked about some of the root problems facing us as a society when it comes to men’s health and wellness. I argue that systemic change is necessary if men are to feel welcomed into the healing institutions so integral to our society. But what about in the meantime? Short of rototilling our social structure, what can we do right now to blast open the doors for men to get help?
A popular colloquialism has grabbed my attention recently. Every time I hear it, my skin crawls, and so I decided to explore why it bothers me so much.
So it’s been a month since Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex has had her baby. This seems like a perfect time to cover the next part to my postpartum recovery series.