Certified life coach John Patterson isn't interested in providing you with a fast-track program to a happier life. Instead, he focuses on reasonable goals and achievable solutions to specific issues, calling on a background in psychology and business in the process. His practical approach has helped improve personal relationships and accelerate careers.
In the subsequent weeks and months after Christopher Brya lost his job, he anticipated quickly landing a new job after meeting with a handful of job recruiters. Instead, he met a few thousand throughout a long, frustrating job hunt. Brya realized that millions of other people must be going through the same experience, so he began interviewing the interviewers. This ultimately spurred him to open the consulting firm New Rules of Employment to help others avoid excruciating job searches. Here, he partners with current and former HR professionals to schedule workshops, sell literature, and offer services such as resume writing and LinkedIn profile designing. The highlight is New Rule’s comprehensive Career Makeover package, which includes online courses, resume templates, and an informative guide.
Though their disciplines and specialties may vary, the team at Aletris Center agrees that the true definition of health is more far-reaching, and more complex, than a mere lack of disease. The goal at their center is to combine natural and alternative medicine with the best of conventional healthcare available. They apply this preventative, comprehensive, naturopathic philosophy to an extensive roster of ailments from acid reflux to weight gain.
As the staff members' backgrounds vary, so do the treatments they offer, which include acupuncture, holistic pelvic care, chiropractic care, and colon hydrotherapy. Other specialties include naturopathic medicine, natural hormone therapy, women's health, and pediatrics.
Within every individual lies a massive reserve of potential for self-growth. At Trance-Formation Hypnotherapy, certified hypnotherapists teach their clients how to access these reserves. During their sessions, they draw on their reserve of empathy to help patrons overcome bad habits and destructive thought patterns. Much like real-time coverage of a Monopoly tournament, hypnotherapy sessions lure clients into a natural, yet altered state of consciousness that exists in between consciousness and sleep. This state allows the therapists to bypass the analytical mind and either make direct suggestions to the deeply rooted subconscious or work through the repressed emotions that can cause specific symptoms. Through the use of guided relaxation, intense concentration, and focused attention, hypnotherapy helps clients achieve a greater sense of self-awareness and confidence.
Having treated more than 1,200 clients since 2011, Arizona Hypnotherapy Clinic opens doors to self-improvement. Two certified hypnotherapists help clients overcome phobias and addictions, such as smoking and anxiety. They do it through hypnotherapy and neuro-linguistics. Hypnotherapy eases clients into deeply relaxed states, allowing access to the subconscious. While the subconscious is open, they employ neuro-linguistics to determine the obstacles making personal transformation difficult. With those obstacles brought forth, they can then verbally walk clients through the process of overcoming them. It's a method approved by the American Medical Association and has been in use since 1958. Arizona Hypnotherapy Clinic also works with more than phobias and addictions. Therapists can also aid clients in managing pain, both physical and emotional.
In 2010, Crisis Nursery’s Children’s Shelter cared for 505 children with 24/7 emergency services. 46% of the young people admitted are homeless, 40% face parental health and psychological problems and abuse, and 23% undergo domestic violence, abuse, and neglect at home. The shelter satisfies immediate needs with new clothing and medical attention, and comprehensive services also include educational opportunities and behavioral services with nurturing staff members to help make young people feel at ease during traumatic periods. Crisis Nursery also works with parents to help resolve the crisis and get kids safely back into homes. An overnight stay for one person costs the organization $75, including staff supervision, housing including utilities and phone service, a day's worth of food, and program supplies.