The Reframe Clinic

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The Reframe Clinic

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In just a single RTT session, Adela can unlock the potential for transformative shifts that extend far beyond the confines of traditional talk therapy.

With RTT, we address the root causes of your challenges, allowing you to break free from limiting beliefs and outdated patterns.

As a result, you may find yourself experiencing a multitude of small and large changes that can have a significant impact on your life.

Please remember, healing is not about forgetting; it’s about transforming.

Let Adela and the Reframe Clinic be your partners on this transformative journey, as we work together to honor your past, release its hold, and create a future filled with resilience, joy, and authentic well-being.

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Anxiety

Generalised Anxiety disrupts your ability to live a full life, whether it’s a worry about an event, a situation, and sometimes it happens with no trigger at all.

Some people will experience physical symptoms like loss of concentration, sleeplessness, rapid heart beats, tiredness and even tinnitus.

Depression

Depression can rob us of life’s joy.  

A person with depression experiences low moods and loses interest in activities and events that they previously enjoyed (anhedonia).

It can feel like prolonged periods of sadness or extreme sadness and affect your sleep, your job and your relationships. 

Looping Thoughts

Looping thoughts, harsh critical words stuck in your mind are incredibly common. Triggered by stress, depression or anxiety they can become really debilitating very quickly.

A habit of rumination can be dangerous to your mental health, as it can intensify feelings of depression and impair your ability to think and process emotions.

Burnout

Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. It occurs when you feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet constant demands. As the stress continues, you begin to lose the interest and motivation that led you to take on a certain role in the first place.

Burnout reduces productivity and saps your energy, leaving you feeling increasingly helpless, hopeless, cynical, and resentful. Eventually, you may feel like you have nothing more to give.

Stress

Whenever our expectations do not align with reality, we experience stress. Our tolerance for stress is completely dependant on other factors in our life.  Sometimes stress is a great thing, keeping us alert and alive!

But over a sustained period the physical and mental impact of stress can have a huge impact on the quality of your life.

Stress can be a short-term issue or a long-term problem, depending on what changes in your life.

Regularly using stress management techniques can help you avoid most physical, emotional and behavioural symptoms of stress.

Self Esteem

Self Esteem is the opinion you have of yourself. When you have healthy self-esteem, you tend to think positively about yourself, and optimistically about life in general. 

But when you have low self-esteem, you tend to see yourself, the world, and your future more negatively and critically. You might feel anxious, sad, low, or unmotivated. 

You might talk to yourself harshly in your mind, telling yourself things like “You’re stupid”, “You’ll never manage this”, or “I don’t amount to anything”.

Your self-esteem affects how you live your life, but it is fragile. If you have low self-esteem, you might be always trying to please other people, or go ‘above and beyond’ at work or with your friends and family. 

Procrastination

Procrastination is the habit of delaying an important task, usually by focusing on something less urgent, more enjoyable, and easier activities instead.

Procrastination can restrict your potential and undermine your career. We still do it, even though we know there could be negative consequences for our actions.

Some people think procrastination is just a label for laziness, but when it becomes a real handbrake to progress in your life procrastination needs to be stopped.

Self Sabotage

People thwart their own progress for a variety of reasons.

They may consciously or unconsciously commit acts of self-sabotage, but it’s usually because someone expects at some level to fail in whatever they are doing. When we expect to fail, then our mind subconsciously works to make it actually happen. 

The causes of self sabotage range from childhood issues to prior relationship effects, it can be linked to low self-esteem and not feeling worthy of the things you want in life.

Imposter Syndrome

Do you feel like a fraud? You feel like everyone else smarter, brighter, better?

If you’re feeling this way, you’re not alone.

In fact, 70% of people feel this way at one time or another. It’s called imposter syndrome, and these feelings of inferiority can impact you at work, school, and home.

The good news is Imposter Syndrome is rarely justified and usually simple to resolve.

Refresh Reframe and Renew

The Process of Change

Thoughts

Thoughts

First of all we start with a really thorough ‘Get to Know You’ session;

Your thoughts, your past, how you mind is working and processing life right now. We need to understand as much as possible about what you’re going through to create the best possible outcome for you.

Actions

Actions

Then we work out what the action is that you really want to achieve in your life.

This could be freedom from behaviours, patterns, pains, addictions. It can be starting something new, having the courage to pursue something you’ve always wanted, or being brave enough to step away from something you don’t want in your life. 

Outcomes

Outcomes

And then we put those two things together, to create a blueprint on how you will achieve those outcomes.

Usually that means changing our thought patterns, our reactions to certain things or people, and sometimes it can be about creating new habits. 

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Procrastination and Self Sabotage

Procrastination and self-sabotage are common behaviors that can hinder our progress and prevent us from reaching our full potential.

When we procrastinate, we delay taking necessary actions, often due to fear, perfectionism, or a lack of motivation. Self-sabotage, on the other hand, involves engaging in behaviors that undermine our own success and well-being, often driven by subconscious beliefs of unworthiness or fear of change.

These patterns can create a cycle of frustration and missed opportunities, keeping us from achieving our goals. By addressing the underlying causes of procrastination and self-sabotage, we can break free from these limiting behaviors and pave the way for personal growth and success.

The Reframe Clinic

CERTIFIED RTT® THERAPIST
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Elizabeth House, 20 Baddow Road, Chelmsford, CM20DG

Contact

adela.stanescu@gmail.com

The Reframe Clinic

CERTIFIED RTT® THERAPIST
CERTIFIED HYPNOTHERAPIST

Visit

Elizabeth House, 20 Baddow Road, Chelmsford, CM20DG

Contact

adela.stanescu@gmail.com