In this video, Gordon shares his methods of curing phobias. Come and join him to learn more. This is part 1 of two parts.
No, this is not what you think! We are not talking about the use of profanity in therapy. Rather, we are looking at how you can avoid projecting your own biases onto your clients. However, we also explain how using dirty language with your clients is very valuable.
Do you know that your self talk has the greatest impact on your behaviour than any other influence in your life? How you choose to talk to yourself dictates whether you are a successful person or a failure in this life! Yes, it’s a serious as that. Listen in as Gordon explains how to manageContinue reading “Your Self Talk can make or break you”
In this videocast, Gordon talks about the destructive comparisons that we make between ourselves and others. Why do we do it and how can we avoid falling into this trap? Join Gordon as he offers his insights on this subject.
In this video, Gordon shows us how there is more than one ‘us’ and how each of the Me, myself and I, are very distinct parts of the whole. Come and join Gordon to find out more!
On your journey through life, you may well have heard the ‘Life is a mirror’ concept mentioned. But what does it really mean and how can you apply it to your life? Join Gordon as he offers his view on the great learning that we can take from this concept.
In this video, Gordon talks about what we have to do to really be able to offer the very best of ourselves to our clients. But, how can we be the best version of ourselves? Listen in a Gordon explains it from his perspective.
In this video, Gordon explains his understanding of what Provocative Therapy is. Find out why he decided not to be a provocative therapist and why he uses it anyway!
Listen in as Gordon explains what the new therapy courses are going to be like and what they will offer. These therapy courses offer you skills for life that can be used to help your clients get back on track and find their peace!
For those of us who have studied N.L.P. and similar therapy tools, we often think that we should be able to ‘fix’ our clients problem in one session. Is this true? Listen in to Gordon’s opinion on this belief.