Good news. World leaders are prioritising  "promotion of mental health and well-being, and the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, as health priorities within the global development agenda. The inclusion of mental health and substance abuse in the Sustainable Development Agenda, which was adopted at the United Nations General Assembly in September 2015, is likely to have a positive impact on communities and countries where millions of people will receive much needed help."  (WHO, 2019)

Your course of a life can be instantly altered by asking the right question at the right time. The right question can still a busy and distressed mind. When we ask the right questions, we can realign our priorities, and what seems big in comparison to something bigger, becomes small and insignificant. I have developed a few life changing metaphors that will help anyone make instant life progress.


By Stephanie Scanlan Georgescu

Bedwetting is still a taboo amongst young children and especially teenagers. Teenagers will go to great lengths to hide it from their school friends and this can affect the ways in which they interact, by avoiding sleepovers as an example. Teenagers often feel embarrassed and ashamed, and it is almost always not their fault. It is always advisable to rule out any physical conditions by first visiting the doctor. However, in many cases it is usually as a consequence of a build up anxiety, anger or fear that a child may be harbouring.

Hypnotherapy has proved successful with children and teenagers that wet the bed, and I can provide very useful metophors that can assist children in exercising control. I also provide tailor made recordings for those children that might feel too embarrassed to come into the practice.


By Stephanie Scanlan Georgescu