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EDMONTON ADDICTION HYPNOTHERAPY & EXECUTIVE COACHING
NICK

"What you did for our family, I don’t know how to even begin to tell you the difference this made to us. I thank god for this work you do." Nick, G Athabasca

Nick is a 50 year old tradesman living common law, with two step children. Nick had identified himself as an addict (alcohol) since his teens, who experienced ongoing issued with anxiety and low self-esteem.

Both his parents were addicts and attaining his substance was easy and habituation happened quickly.

In spite of this Nick managed to attend trade school and work his way into a job of significant responsibility. Nick always wanted a family but doubted his ability to maintain sobriety. He met his partner in a group recovery session and gladly incorporated both her and her two children into his life.

Nick contacted me because he had hit a difficult stretch and wanted to supplement the support he was receiving in AA. Nick felt that he had all the necessary tools and knew how to maintain but couldn’t put his finger on why he was feeling at risk. He wanted to do everything he could to maintain the stability he and his partner had created for the family.

Over time and through the use of several healing and growth focus techniques Nick was able to recalibrate the subconscious memories getting in the way. This gave new emotional reference to the memories, strengthened his commitment to his children, and added a rich new powerful dimension to how Nick viewed himself. Nick moved himself out of the risk zone and was not only back on track but further ahead.


"What you did for our family, I don’t know how to even begin to tell you the difference this made to us. I thank god for this work you do."
Nick, G Athabasca

Nick is a 50 year old tradesman living common law, with two step children. Nick had identified himself as an addict (alcohol) since his teens, who experienced ongoing issued with anxiety and self esteem. Both his parents were addicts and attaining his substance was easy and habituation happened quickly.

In spite of this Nick managed to attend trade school and work his way into a job of significant responsibility. Nick always wanted a family but doubted his ability to maintain sobriety. He met his partner in a group recovery session and gladly incorporated both her and her two children into his life.

Nick contacted me because he had hit a difficult stretch and wanted to supplement the support he was receiving in AA. Nick felt that he had all the necessary tools and knew how to maintain but couldn’t put his finger on why he was feeling at risk. He wanted to do everything he could to maintain the stability he and his partner had created for the family.

Through the use of several healing and growth focus techniques Nick was able to recalibrate the subconscious memories getting in the way. This gave new emotional reference to the memories, strengthened his commitment to his children, and added a rich new powerful dimension to how Nick viewed himself. Nick moved himself out of the risk zone and was not only back on track but further ahead.

The majority of individuals who access services a clinical hypnotherapy and executive coaching services at Hypnosis for Life have, at one time or another made good use of: 1) traditional clinical psychology services  2) medication  3) community counselling, 12 step programs and/or treatment centers 4) self-help These options provide initial needed relief, however, relapse is common. However, challenges tend to re-occur until the subconscious mind has fully accepted and absorbed new paths of least resistance.

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