Are you, or do you know anyone who . . .
is worried about everything; has endless negative and/or ‘what if’ thoughts pounding through the brain; is irritable and/or angry; is experiencing IBS and feels disconnected and lonely; is struggling with motivation; is suffering from CFS; is experiencing poor self-esteem; is coping with low libido; is sad and tearful or excessively grieving; is over-concerned about what others are thinking; is struggling with poor memory and concentration?
If so, you or your friend/relative could be suffering from symptoms of anxiety and/or depression.
Want to do something personally about it or help your friend or relative?
Then come to the three Wednesday night WHITE DOG seminar/workshops
presented by Christopher Roering, MA, Dip Hyp, Dip Ed, CMAHA, MHRA,
clinical hypnotherapist, counsellor and psychotherapist.
What can I expect from the program?
Each session will consist of one hour of practical information, sharing experiences, and acquiring conscious techniques to remove emotional and mental blocks.
Practice exercises will be given.
This will be followed by a group hypnosis, or a guided meditation for the subconscious.
Printed notes summarising the content of each seminar will be provided, so there is no need to take notes.
Coffee, tea and biscuits will be provided after the hypnosis/meditation at 8.30 each night.
Warragul Country Club ( Warragul Golf Club )
7.00 – 9.00 PM
For further information about the seminars,
call Warragul Gazette 03 5623 5666
Christopher Roering has been running a highly successful clinical hypnotherapy, counselling and psychotherapy practice in Warragul and Darnum for the last eleven years. He has a particular interest in anxiety, depression and addictions. He served on the Victorian Mental Health Review Board (now Tribunal) for 13 years and on the Forensic Leave Panel for 4 years.
He dislikes labelling and believes that anxiety and depression are not mental illnesses, but rather states of mind induced by past circumstances. Because they are states of mind they can be treated without drugs!