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The Cow Path Model of Change™ is a structured, systematic 6 part model developed by Hypnosis for Life. Hypnosis for Life is the industry leader and one of the longest running clinical hypnotherapy businesses in the Edmonton region. 

The majority of individuals who access services at Hypnosis for Life have, at one time or another: 1) made good use of traditional clinical psychology services  2) made good use of needed medication  3) attended community funded support programs (community counselling, 12 step programs and/or treatment centers).

These options provide initial needed relief, however, relapse is common. Challenges tend to re-occur until the subconscious mind has fully accepted and absorbed new paths of least resistance (aka cow paths).

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Doing super in my work now, thanks to you. Can’t even believe it sometimes what a difference this all made to my life. I don’t feel like a coward anymore and I trust myself like never before. You’re the best!”
Dean S St. Albert

 

Dean is a 21-year-old single man apprenticing in the trades. He lives with his parents and would like to buy a home on his own once he completes his journeyman certification. He described himself as shy and nervous around authority figures.

Dean was having difficulty making his learning needs known at school and work. Deans parents referred him with the hope that he would gain more confidence in himself and be able to utilize the training he was enrolled in.

Dean was naturally introverted and grew up in an environment that had encouraged “going along” to maintain family harmony. This innate preference coupled with programming that discouraged “making waves” resulted in Dean lacking confidence about his right or ability to ask for clarity, and/or additional instruction in work assignments.

Dean also had little understanding of how he learned best. He was falling behind and beginning to receive disparaging remarks from co-workers and instructors. He was beginning to think that he was not capable of pursing the trade he had a deep interest in.

Dean was diligent in following through with all assessment activities, field assignments, regularly set time aside to listen to custom recordings and made good use of email and telephone support when needed.

Today, Dean is more confident in getting his needs met, has a good understanding of how to approach different personality types, and has been able to refine his goals in a way that allows him to feel successful with the daily actions he is taking. He has the respect of his co-workers, instructors, and family but this is secondary to how he feels about his ability to reach his own potential.


Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW NLP_M DCH

St. Albert Medical Centre