ISness New Client FAQs
- Q1: I just had my first session. I am very low and depressed at the moment. I am afraid of getting stuck? Is this normal in the process?
- Q2: I have chronic physical pain. I had a session. I felt better after the session. Now, it is getting worst again. I am getting worried and have anxiety about it. What should I do?
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Q2: I had a session and chronic pain improved. Now, it is getting worst again. I am worried about it. What should I do?
Yes you can feel better after session and you can also feel worst. That’s why I ask clients to work with me over a 3-month period. Often times, chronic issues with many layers of complex issues to work through. Regarding my personal chronic asthma, it didn’t get better overnight. The journey took 8years and I had to work through lots of issues. I often tell clients that with a chronic issue, it could take several years to heal or it could be just a few sessions. For instance, I had another client with a complex stomach issue that the mayo’s best medical doctors can’t fix. I worked with her over 3-year period through layers of safety, control, approval issues in relationship to her parents, her boyfriend, other life path issues.
After the session, there maybe further releases of emotional and physical pain. Please allow the body to release until the next session. If you absolutely cannot wait until the next scheduled appointment, I will try to fit you in for earlier. Back To Top
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