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You may be wondering who I am and where PSTEC (P.S.Tec) came from so here is a very brief synopsis.
Diploma with Distinction in Clinical Hypnotherapy. (Creator of hypnotherapy techniques used on both sides of the Atlantic)
Bachelor of Education Honours Degree.
Also Chartered status as a member of the British Computer Society. (The brain runs programs too. Often over and over again)
Radio Featured Expert on Powerful Personal Change: (Have demonstrated successful phobia removal live on air).
Also a GHR (General Hypnotherapy Register) member and I have been for a number of years since deciding to become self employed as a hypnotherapist. I came to hypnotherapy quite late in life but I have always been interested in hypnosis. I really took to it though after using it to deal with a serious medical crisis. Since when I've used hypnosis for more than one emergency and it's been of tremendous value to us as a family.
On a professional level, for the last couple of years I've been concentrating on correcting bulimia and anorexia. As you may already know, using conventional techniques these are some of the toughest issues to "crack". Because they can be rather challenging I have found myself developing new techniques to assist me and this is one reason why I created P.S.Tec.
Before coming to hypnosis I was a professional programmer and computer analyst. whilst I was working in I.T. one of my interests outside of work was writing computer programs of an artificially intelligent nature. (chess, draughts, interpretation of language etc...)
At that time I never expected to be applying what I knew about artificial intelligence or computer programming to working with people but fate seemed to have hypnotherapy and hypnosis in mind for me.
Something which I have always been conscious of is that the human mind is the product of evolutionary processes. At it's heart lies an organic computer. And the one thing which absolutely all computers have in common is that they run programs. As I delved deeper into the mechanisms underlying hypnosis I recognised certain things about the interaction between conscious and subconscious that I believed could open the door to literally reprogramming the subconscious computer in new and innovative ways.
In my work with clients I've been very systematic in finding solutions that work as efficiently as possible. I found that to do this one needs to have as good an understanding as possible of the ways in which people form concepts and process information. The upshot was that over the years I developed a fairly sophisticated model of the human mind and also the ways in which it processes and relates to information.
Over the years many people have come up with some truly brilliant and effective strategies for creating change and helping people. I've studied as many as possible. Whenever I found out about a technique which appeared to work well I would take it apart piece by piece and then relate it to the mind model to fully understand it. I have also observed how the mechanisms behind hypnosis take place in everyday human interactions both with other people and also with the environment. The result is that over the years my model of the human mind has been pretty finely tuned. It now describes in great detail the ways in which the human mind works and in particular how language, information and experience are processed. I've never shared the full extent of the model because I've never really had the opportunity but with it I figured out some fairly unusual ways to "open the subconscious" and then to apply new and beneficial programming to help my clients. One of the simplest and also one of the best techniques which has so far come out of this process is PSTEC. I use it with almost every client I have.
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