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Michelle van Namen: CoRe Holistic Health Practitioner, Psychologist, Hypnosis

Informational and Energetic Medicine Practitioner, Registered Psychologist (Psychology Board of Australia), Master Practitioner and Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Hypnotherapy and Results Coaching, Practitioner of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Reiki Jin Kei Do, and Integrated Spiritual Alignment (ISA), Clinical Aromatherapy, Crystal Healing.

“My purpose in life is to inspire others to improve their quality of life by making healthy, fulfilling and empowering choices. My aim is to guide you to understand your own potential and to realise that the quality of your life is a creation of your desires, choices, decisions and actions.”

Integrated Personal Solutions offers a holistic approach to well-being and considers all aspects of your current physical health and your state of mind, offering unique programs to improve your quality of life.  Health is the ability to live to your full potential. From a holistic perspective, health is a state of balance that exists on three levels: body, mind, and spirit.  Our holistic, medication-free approach is effective for all types of psychological problems and stresses – even the most serious and severe.

Our services and modalities include:

•     Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy

•     Hypnotherapy

•     Success/Life Coaching

•     Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques

•     Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)

•     Informational and Energetic Medicine

•     Bioresonance

•     Biofeedback (stress testing, relaxation training)

•     Reiki and Crystal Healing

•     Aromatherapy

•     Guided Visualisations and Meditation

•     Weight Loss and Health & Fitness Coaching

Why a Holistic Approach? Applying the term “holistic” to concepts of well-being means that achieving and maintaining good health involves much more than just taking care of all the various components that make up the physical body. When the concepts of holistic health are put into practice, the approach to therapy takes on a new dimension. We see traditional medical care expanded to encompass a broad spectrum of therapies coordinated to meet that totality of a particular individual. The focus then is not just on the dis-ease and symptoms, but the whole person.

Unresolved negative emotional states can lead to illness and dis-ease; unresolved emotional issues are the main cause of 85% of all illnesses. Chronic dis-ease is a manifestation of unresolved or incomplete healing. Chemical, physical and psychological irritations create functional imbalances in your body, which, if not corrected, often lead to dis-ease. Symptoms are the expression of an issue that we have been ignoring, denying or repressing. Dis-ease is not something that happens to us, but something that we create. Illness is a message giving us a chance to look at our behaviour and the patterns in our lives, looking inwardly to see what our feelings are and what we want to do about them. Recognising the meaning of our symptoms is the beginning of an important journey; the first step towards understanding ourselves more deeply.

A holistic therapist also sees both problems and their potential solutions residing within the person; she or he sees treatment a matter of tapping into those answers within rather than imposing resolutions from without. The role of the client changes in learning how choices, actions and attitudes affect their present condition, and how one can be an active participant in the healing process. The ideal of holistic well-being is the realisation of our human potential as total beings, and our desire to live fulfilling and satisfying lives. The goal is not just to be “well” in the physical body, but also to be in harmony with our environment and ourselves at all levels, body, mind and spirit. Also diet, exercise, life-style, social responsibility and relationships are taken into consideration when creating the optimum well-being.

“Our limitations and success will be based, most often, on our expectations for ourselves. What the mind dwells upon, the body acts upon.”  Denis Waitley

1 comment to Michelle van Namen: CoRe Holistic Health Practitioner, Psychologist, Hypnosis

  • Laurie

    I have had a CoRe for six years.  I am going public with it now! I am reaching out to fellow practitioners who could give me suggestions and experience to help others.  
    What is a successful way to present how the CoRe works in an understanding way to potential holistic practitioners?  I see myself working with several professionals in the listed categories.  I could be the informational provider for their practices.  I also see myself freelancing or working in an office with like minded healers who understand all of these modalities. 
    What has been a successful way to advertise for you?  
    If I only have the basic program without the beamer, plasma generator, etc. do you feel I could be successful? I have considered asking investors to upgrade and purchase the added devices to increase credibility.
    I have more questions, but these are basic for now.  
    I would be very grateful for your sharing!

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