HYPNOTHERAPY BLOG

HYPNOTHERAPY BLOG

15 April 2020
Encouraging mess

Fees Reduced due to Coronavirus

How life has changed in the last few weeks! My last blog entry a month ago indicated that we would be following the required hygiene guidelines […]
16 March 2020

A Message regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

A Message regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) With the recently announced pandemic by the World Health Organisation, Newcastle Hypnotherapy and Sophie Egan Speech Pathology are committed to safe practices […]
17 February 2020

What’s happening in 2020

What’s happening in 2020 I’m having a few weeks’ break, and will be back at work on Monday 9th March, refreshed and ready for a big […]
4 February 2020
New Program: Hypnosis for Anxiety, Newcastle Hypnotherapy

New Program: Hypnosis for Anxiety

Anxiety is by far the most common reason people come to me for help. When a person has anxiety he or she regularly feels disproportionate levels […]
24 January 2020
Australia Day Reflections, Newcastle Hypnotherapy

Australia Day reflections

This Australia Day weekend is a time of reflection for me. Over 60 years ago, an English woman and a Dutch man left all they had […]
19 January 2020
Results from Virtual Gastric Band program, Newcastle Hypnotherapy

Results from Virtual Gastric Band program

In August last year I undertook training in the Virtual Gastric Band, a program which uses hypnosis to help people change their mindsets to take control […]
9 September 2018
How much is smoking costing you this year? Newcastle Hypnotherapy

How much is smoking costing you this year?

Smokers are often amazed at how much money they will pay if they continue to smoke. In general, if you smoke a pack of 30 cigarettes […]
12 November 2017
Hypnosis for dentist anxiety or phobia, Newvastle Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis for dentist anxiety or phobia

Hypnosis is extremely effective for relieving anxiety or phobia of going to the dentist. According to the journal for the Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in […]
17 August 2017

Hypnosis for acute pain relief

A study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine has shown that 15 minutes of hypnotic suggestion or mindfulness are more effective in decreasing acute pain […]
19 June 2017

Why do some people “freeze” when traumatised?

In order to sustain life, the body has two complementary nervous systems: a Sympathetic (arousing) and a Parasympathetic (calming). Both are needed not only for psychological […]
28 April 2017

Studies show hypnotherapy is as effective for IBS as FODMAP diet

The Monash University in Melbourne has developed the Gold Standard for treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), in the form of a Low FODMAP diet. An […]
2 April 2017

Survivors of Complex Trauma

I’ve been doing a lot of work with survivors of complex trauma. This type of trauma is different from a reaction to trauma that results from […]

Contact to Book an Appointment

Ms Sue Vandenberg is a Registered Nurse with over 36 years experience in the mental health field. She uses hypnotherapy to help people become free from their past, and has expertise in anxiety and phobias, depression, panic disorders, PTSD, addictions, self-esteem and self-development, sleep disorders and weight loss.

A Message regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

With the recently announced pandemic by the World Health Organisation, Newcastle Hypnotherapy and Sophie Egan Speech Pathology are committed to safe practices in line with health updates being provided to the community.

We would like to reassure you that we are committed to the health of the community broadly and have a heightened awareness of hand and environmental hygiene, as well as our own health status.

What does this mean for you?

We will take the time between client visits to wash our hands and to wipe over surfaces. They will also not attend work if they have cold or flu symptoms or may put others at risk.

What does this mean for us?

That we ask that you are also aware of your own hand hygiene and health status.

We would like to personally thank you for continuing to support our businesses, and particularly at this time of community disruption.

 

Sue Vandenberg

 

Sophie Egan

Sophie Egan Speech Pathology