28 Aug Time Line Therapy, just what is it all about?
Many people experience feelings of anger, sadness, fear, hurt, guilt, regret, remorse or other negative emotions which can prevent them from having true happiness and peace in their lives. Within my practice I use a variety of techniques to work through and beyond these feelings, so that my clients can begin live a worry-free life. One such therapy is Time Line Therapy (TLT).
Time Line Therapy is a powerful therapeutic process that has evolved from hypnosis and NLP, developed by Tad James, PhD in the 1980s. It was developed by applying a therapeutic process to the concept that we store our memories in a linear manner in an internal memory storage system.
TLT provides one of the most powerful processes and techniques for personal change and growth by facilitating the elimination of the painful emotions attached to memories or events in the past. TLT also focuses on what we can learn from those events and use what we learn as a resource for the future. Time Line Therapy techniques and practical processes produce long-lasting transformations, with a minimum of discomfort to the client.
TLT also enables clients to clear limiting beliefs that can leave them stuck in the past and prevents them creating a happy future life. Both unwanted negative emotions and limiting beliefs influence every area of our lives. Over the years I have worked with clients coming to me with a variety of concerns including:
- Wanting to stop smoking
- Anger issues
- Feelings of sadness, hurt and guilt
- Fear of situations e.g. flying
- Wanting to control weight or eating issues
- Phobias of all kinds
- Performance – sporting, work based or personal
- PTSD (Post traumatic stress disorder.)
- Suffering with depression
- Struggling to cope with anxiety and stress
Obviously, the list above is not exclusive and TLT can be used for many other situations and issues. If you would like to find out more about how I can help you, please drop me a line and I will set up an informal call to discuss your needs.