Much of the country has finally ‘opened up’ following more than a year of Covid restrictions.
Time spent remote working at home may have also provided an opportunity for people to reflect on potential future opportunities.
As such, now might be the time to remind existing and potential clients the benefits of Hypnotherapy in assisting people in key areas, including helping them to create a desired change to their life direction.
It could be the ‘Miracle Question’ outcome in that all important first session allows someone to start to see a pathway to a new and exciting career.
Equally, sessions may also provide a chance for someone to finally start to process their own ‘stress bucket’ having been juggling home schooling, remote working and family life throughout the lockdowns.
Your practice provides a chance for them to find their own ‘anchor point’ in a safe, confidential and welcoming space.
Building rapport and listening to their aims can provide a strong foundation point for anyone looking to engage in a positive change.
Many of us will know someone who’s experienced an increase in weight during the lockdowns as access to gyms became restricted and comfort eating took hold in many households.
As such, now may be a good time to write a blog (or media release) to provide a reminder for how hypnotherapy in Plymouth can help someone looking to lose weight.
Of course, solution focused hypnotherapy is just one aspect in the crucial balance of differing factors, such as diet and exercise, which can assist someone looking to lose a few inches around the waist.
With September approaching, now may be a good time to start to look at your marketing strategy and check to see your website is up to date.
Perhaps you could start to write a blog? Doing so would help to create a regular new message for your site and attract people to your ‘call to action.’
Fresh content can really help you move ‘organically’ up a search engine’s listings. And, of course, your copy can also be useful on social and business media platforms (such as Facebook and LinkedIn).
Blog posts don’t have to be long! There are varying lengths and anything from a few hundred words to 1500 words can really grab someone’s attention and fuel their imagination.