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- Wednesday, 20 January 2016 11:45
By IICT Member Ginny West, Spirit in Business.A free peak at the new Spirit in Business book. Spirit in Business is about holding a deep connection with spirit and creating a business that is an inspirational driving force in fulfilling your
- Monday, 16 September 2013 10:41
Synopsis While more and more people are considering hypnosis for quitting cigarettes, some are surprised to find the treatment may not have been as successful as anticipated. In this article I will share with you the three key elements to successfully quitting smoking with hypnosis permanently.
- Wednesday, 21 May 2014 09:09
I’m a survivor of Depression. I’m a survivor of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. I’m a survivor of Anxiety. Would you like to be a survivor to? Please believe me that “relief” can be achieved through natural alternatives.
- Wednesday, 20 January 2016 12:18
By IICT Member Scott Jansen. Sticking to basics is sometimes necessary even for an advanced hypnotist or therapist. Being its the basics that got you to the dance in the first place.
- Tuesday, 24 September 2013 13:39
The understanding of the term chi is very central to understanding many forms of massage including Raynor massage. Chi literally means life force. It can be also spelt Qi and in different cultures can be called prana or sen or spirit.
- Monday, 26 May 2014 11:13
Art Therapy and Neuroscience By Glenda Needs BA, GradDip CAT, MDisSt, GradCertNeuroSC Head of Art Therapy, IKON Although the field of arts therapy has a long history, particularly in the UK and USA, justification for the use of the arts has been through qualitative or anecdotal evidence.
- Wednesday, 20 January 2016 14:35
By IICT Member Jeremy Walker. Weight loss by hypnotherapy is still relatively new to a lot of people. So in August 2015 I decided to test and measure the results of my clients over a 3 month period, to show the effectiveness of weight loss by hypnotherapy.
- Wednesday, 09 October 2013 08:53
Case Study by Elizabeth Hughes Holistic Healthcare - Debbie's Story Debbie was suffering with lower back pain which had spread into her right hip. She was very emotional as she had had a row with her parents during a recent family holiday. Her husband was no longer speaking to her mother ...
- Wednesday, 11 June 2014 15:11
How Does Art Heal By Glenda Needs BA, GradDip CAT, MDisSt, GradCertNeuroSC Head of Art Therapy, IKON One question I am frequently asked in my role as an art therapist and teacher is “How does art heal?”
- Sunday, 19 May 2013 11:37
Raynor Massage is a system of bodywork developed by Australian trained Naturopath Brandon Raynor. It covers not just the muscles of the body but also the skeletal system and the subtle energy systems of the body.
- Friday, 06 December 2013 15:36
Art Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses art media as its primary mode of communication within a creative process. Using the image created by the client, it is possible to bypass the verbal and rational, and access a deep level of self-exploration, understanding and healing.
- Wednesday, 11 June 2014 15:18
Why Do We Have Art? By Glenda Needs BA, GradDip CAT, MDisSt, GradCertNeuroSC Head of Art Therapy, IKON It is an interesting question that science has been grappling with for many centuries. From an evolutional point of view, art has to serve us in some ways for our species to have retained ...
- Tuesday, 27 August 2013 14:42
To craft the life which you desire you need to be willing to take full responsibilities for every situation which you encounter in your life. If you can see your part clearly you can learn the lesson presented by a particular situation or pay your karmic debt or do both.
- Thursday, 08 May 2014 09:11
You may be familiar with Shitzhu which is a Chinese breed of dog, but what about Shiatsu? Similar sounding name but quite different! Shiatsu is a form of massage that you may not find on the menu of your local Day Spa or Massage Clinic.
- Monday, 16 June 2014 11:22
Flower Essences Case Story – Meltdowns in Autism Article written by IICT member, Kelly Burch. The mother of a 6 year old boy, Peter*, was told by her child’s psychologist “We’re going to have to put him on anti-psychotics”. He was out of control and the meltdowns wer...
- Thursday, 29 August 2013 16:11
Vibrational remedies, such as flower essences have been in use for some time now. We have recognized their importance and invaluable assistance in sessions - for both the clients’ transformations and the practitioner’s insight into the sessions’ protocol.
- Thursday, 08 May 2014 09:29
Art Therapy and Personal Bliss Do you find yourself saying or doing things that are not aligned with who you truly are? Or you find difficult to connect with joy and meaning? Well, perhaps you are missing out what is most important in your life. A sense of Bliss.
- Friday, 22 August 2014 12:14
My alarm goes off at 6.30am, I do my best to ignore it, however its usually followed by my 3 year old excitedly climbing on top of me declaring ‘its morning time!!’ I grab a strong coffee and begin the morning dash of pack-ups and kindy.
- Monday, 09 September 2013 13:00
There are many different approaches, styles and philosophies behind the practice of massage therapy. In some places, and by some people, massage is considered a branch of what is termed the healing arts .
- Monday, 19 May 2014 09:47
Art Therapy – Meaning and Healing As an Art Therapist, one of my most privileged experiences is in witnessing the journey of a client from the initial visual representations of darkness and despair, to the blossoming imagery of positive outcome, even when circumstances have not yet or canno...