Mental and Emotional Release® Therapy

MER Is a clinically researched approach to help you release stress, anxiety, fear and other negative emotions. With this technique, built into my 6-session process, you can clear 5 major emotions such as sadness, anger, fear, guilt and hurt, in as little as an hour.

The MER model has become widely known in the USA, as an effective method for creating quick, lasting change for a client. Combining this with NLP and Clinical Hypnotherapy provides an innovative approach in the process of un-learning and re-learning subconsciously better ways of thinking, feeling or acting.

Mental and Emotional Release® Therapy also produces long-lasting transformation very quickly. By using the concept of a “Time Line’’, which is how you subconsciously store your memories (past, present and future), you can release the emotional charge on memories and keep the ‘’learnings’’ or insights. Behavioral change in clients then takes place at the subconscious level.

I like the effectiveness of the TimeLine technique for many reasons such as efficiency and the ability to pick up on what can be below our consciousness, for example the Epigenetic or Genealogical effect from past generations of family. This ties into the Family Constellation therapy I also use, to help clients whose fears, hurts and sadness might have its origins in their family history, sometimes many generations back.

The MER model also helps you clear up limiting decisions or old negative beliefs that might be keeping you stuck, such as “I’m not good enough,” “I’ll never be successful,” or “I don’t deserve love,” these negative beliefs are holding you back from attaining goals or dreams in life.

So Mental and Emotional Release® Therapy enables you to eliminate many types of issues in your past, therefore allowing you to move forward and enjoy a better future. Along with the other powerful sessions included in the process of the 6-package, this combination of techniques is a smart choice for today’s clients, so that they can make faster, long-term changes in their thoughts, feelings and behaviour.

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