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Emotional Health and PSH Therapy

PSH therapy involves subconscious mind healing to help us release old stories or experiences, and to resolve problems we have been struggling with for years.

Emotional Health PSH therapy

Treating the subconscious mind, using PSH therapy, helps us to resolve emotions, such as stress, anxiety, fear and constant worry, which can create tension that result in an imbalance in the chemistry of the nervous system.

Our thoughts and emotions can impact on our physiology, thereby compromising our health and wellbeing.

We may not even be aware that some outdated emotions stemming from our childhood are behind a lot of our negative emotional behaviour, for example: self-doubt, low self-esteem, self-consciousness, etc.

PSH therapy has been called a medical miracle for the mind by the Good Medicine Magazine. PSH therapy is a particular style of hypnotherapy, and is unique in recognising that it is not necessary to analyse and probe what is often sensitive personal information, in order for inner change to happen.

How does PSH therapy work?

Using our subconscious mind and given the opportunity to review old fears, sensitivities or bad habits, within the privacy of our inner mind, we would gladly let go of emotions, which are outdated or inappropriate.

Since a part of us already knows everything we have lived through, we do not have to relive the old stories or experiences. Healing the subconscious mind, using PSH therapy, allows us to give ourselves the opportunity to understand those emotions or low moods differently to how we originally perceived them.

It is time that we all realised there should no longer be a stigma attached to health problems that are initiated in our mind.

PSH therapy provides us with the opportunity to initiate a communication process ‘within the inner mind’ and to permanently resolve problems we may have been struggling with for many years, thereby restoring our emotional health and wellbeing.

Where can I find a PSH therapist in Sydney?

I am a local qualified PSH Therapist, my name is Katherine Ferris, located in the heart of the Sydney CBD and also in Annandale, Inner West of Sydney.

PSH therapy is suitable when negative or painful feelings, such as rejection, guilt, shame or fear may have been pushed down and repressed at some earlier time. While they remain there, they have the power to negatively influence present feelings and behaviours.

 “…a wise sage once said: If you plant rice, rice will grow.
If you plant fear, fear will grow”. ~ Frank Wright, Author, Emotional Healing

The full title for the book is “Emotional Healing: PSH a New Therapy for the New Millennium” and can be purchased on Amazon as a kindle download.

The negative side of immature or naive subconscious mind training

Our negative subconscious mind training starts from the day we are born, because we are bombarded with negative suggestions. Not knowing how to deal with them, we may have unconsciously accepted or repressed them.

Perhaps the reason ‘positive affirmations’ become unstuck is because negativity, rising from within, slowly undermines the conscious effort.

Frank Wright asks us to consider this affirmation: ‘I will be confident and succeed as a public speaker’, however, if the following negative suggestion was planted long ago: ‘I am not as good as other people’, then the positive affirmation will be rejected.

When a person suffers from persistent feelings of anxiety, stress, depression, or negative behaviours and responses that cannot be changed through conscious effort and willpower, this often indicates underlying emotional conflict.

This conflict is usually part of a subconscious process that can be changed with the help of PSH therapy because, just as the inner-mind has the ability to create a conflict, it also has the ability to change it.

Your subconscious mind and PSH Therapy

Subconscious mind PSH therapy can help us to reprogram our minds and change the way we think. We know that we have an intelligent mind – with the left and right brain hemispheres.

In fact, these two parts of our mind are quite different and unique in the way they process information and life experiences.

The conscious part of our mind deals with logic, intellect, verbal language, thinking and planning. This part of the brain is well developed only in the human species.

The subconscious to a large extent, is in control of our healing, automatic physical functions, our emotions, feelings, beliefs and long term memory. It processes thousands of bits of information at a time and is connected and communicates, via the brain stem, with our central nervous system and the entire body.

Mike Bundrant of the iNLP centre shares vast amount of useful information about the massive role the subconscious mind plays in your life. Mike wrote an interesting post about 9 facts and strategies of the subconscious mind that he says; “may leave you in awe… but the insights soon fall into place, leaving you with a new way of thinking.”

Research suggests that the integration of our brain hemispheres, the left and right brain, enables us to effectively reduce resistance to positive subconscious mind retraining, helping us to change outdated subconscious patterns and helping us to change long held, self-sabotaging beliefs in a matter of minutes, not months or years.

Some people fear their subconscious-mind, having no idea what a useful part of their mind the subconscious really is.

Given the opportunity to learn more about it, they begin to truly understand and appreciate that the potential for permanent change has always been at their fingertips.

At times, when you are unaware of the positive effects the subconscious mind can have on your life, it is easy to think of the subconscious as your enemy, when it seems to be sabotaging your efforts.

In reality, it is more like a misguided friend, attempting to do what it thinks is in your best interest. It is not trying to keep you from achieving what is best for you, as an enemy might do. It is simply responding to old impressions or patterns and its ultimate goal is to protect you in some way.

The subconscious-mind is our personal interpreter or retriever of information, much like a computer, and by training the subconscious mind you can change the way you think.

Your subconscious mind brings forth in an instant the stored impressions, feelings or experiences, for our conscious logical mind to use. It also communicates with the unconscious mind to activate resources within, to help us change or even understand outdated feelings and impressions differently, which is why PSH subconscious mind therapy is so effective.

Information or memory is stored within our unconscious, or as recent research indicates, we store memory throughout our body. The unconscious-body/mind is non-judgemental, it does not care about good, bad or indifferent, it simply stores our experiences; everything we have lived through is registered within us. This is just as well, otherwise we would wake up every morning having to re-learn how to brush our teeth.

PSH therapy enables us to use this information and intelligence our mind already possesses. It helps to restore health and balance to our emotional life, and to reduce the influence of prior negative thoughts.

How many PSH therapy sessions will you need?

Everyone is individual, however, most clients resolve their problems in an average of three to five PSH therapy sessions. It is important to emphasise that this is the start and not the finish of an inner process.

How much do PSH therapy sessions cost?

The cost of each PSH session is $210.00 and a session lasts about an hour.

PSH therapy helps us activate an inner process of communication, to increase the potential for permanent and lasting changes to self-limiting beliefs.

Many people continue to experience positive changes long after PSH therapy sessions are completed.

Client Testimonials

  • Be prepared for change… and “let it be”. Those were the key words that struck me in my first session of PSH few months ago. I wanted to overcome my negative attitudes, and to be contented in what I do. Several sessions of PSH therapy have opened a door to be my true self, I have renewed enthusiasm. ~ BM Sydney