mental health Archives - Tracey Cardello
  • a phobia is an unconscious fear or shame

    The truth about phobias

    Phobias are more common than you think because many exist at the unconscious level. That means, by definition, you don’t know when you’re experiencing one. Phobias are unconscious. This can make people argue or deny that they actually have a phobia. But if you pursue this by granular questioning, you will find there is a hidden fear or shame underlying the problem. Muscle testing allows you to get below the conscious level and find the unconscious fear or shame as well as the specific location in the body where the phobia resides. Once you find it and name it, you can easily heal it so that it no longer runs…

  • woman with depression because of infidelity in her relationship

    Is holding a grudge really that bad?

    HBLU allows you to find the reactions you may not be aware of and correct them in a matter of minutes. This allows a deep level of understanding and shifts the way you feel about your experience. Healing occurs on the conscious, unconscious, body and soul level of your being and symptoms disappear. Symptoms are your body’s alarm system telling you that one thing is wrong. Many therapies simply teach you to cope with symptoms, or use medication to mask symptoms. HBLU interviews the symptom, uses muscle testing to find the root cause of it and heals it with a corrective, energetic intervention. You know an issue is clear when…

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    Beat depression naturally

    Are you looking for a natural way to treat depression, anxiety, and other emotional problems? People ask me why I switched from studying and practicing psychoanalytic psychotherapy to energy psychology and HBLU. The simplest answer is that I saw the improvements it makes in my life and the lives of people close to me. I love psychology. I love what I do and I love to help people. I love to see results that are fast, easy, replicable and permanent. My Journey In 2000 I saw Francine Shapiro give a keynote address about EMDR at the Renfrew Centers annual eating disorder conference. She presented 2 cases and showed a video…

  • meridians and tapping

    Tapping your way to health. Using acupressure points to supercharge your therapy.

    When I first learned about tapping or eft, I learn that it was the stimulation of the endpoints of meridians that moved the stuck energy in the body and rebalanced the system. This made sense to me because I had experienced acupuncture and sort of understood the way it worked. The eastern view of dis-ease and medicine is that when the body becomes unbalanced, a disease is a result. I use tapping and teach clients how to do it themselves because it’s an effective treatment to reduce symptoms of depression anxiety, and phobias, but can also be used in therapy to treat limiting beliefs and install positive affirmations. Chinese medicine…

  • mental health awareness month

    Mental health awareness blog 3

    May is mental health awareness month This is the last installment of the three-part blog series. If you’ve been following along, you’re up to 20 days of creative self-care and happiness boosting suggestions. For more information about therapy with Tracey… 20. Stop putting so much weight on other peoples’ opinion of you. What people think has more to do with them than it does with you. Be a trailblazer. 21. Clear the air. Burn sage to clear out old stuffy energy. 22. Stop saying you can’t. You don’t have to justify your situation. You face many challenges in life. Don’t hang onto your limitations. 23. Meditate every day. Just 10…

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    May is mental health awareness month

    In honor of mental health awareness month, I decided to blog a daily idea for improving your outlook and lifting yourself out of depression, sadness, anxiety, loss, betrayal, or anger.  Frequently the focus of mental health is actually an illness.  I want to direct the conversation toward health, positivity, and self-love. So here is this week’s list.  Stop comparing yourself to other people. You are unique and unlike anyone else. When you compare yourself, you ignore your inner self and limit your self-expression. Be you. Set goals for yourself.  Every day.  Set one small goal to be happy. Keep yourself always moving forward. Smile in the mirror. Yes. Smile at yourself.  It…

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    Geopathic stress and wellness

    Energetic disturbances in the environment can affect your physical, mental health and wellness. Geopathic stress is placed on the body when you live or work around weak electromagnetic fields cured by underground streams, fault lines, caverns or certain minerals. Some early symptoms are restlessness, headaches, insomnia, and fatigue. Over time these symptoms can grow into more serious health concerns including Multiple sclerosis, (MS) Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, fibromyalgia, cancer, and emotional or behavioral problems. If the body is not able to rest and repair through healthy sleep patterns, it cannot perform the necessary metabolic processes, repair cell damage, fight infection or properly absorb nutrients. Instead, the body must use its energy…

  • Depression

    Dealing with Depression and the Feelings?

    Important facts you need to know about depression treatment, depression therapies and finding a therapist. Being depressed is something like surrounded by a dark shadow, but even the most severe depression may be treated. If you think you are depressed and depression is preventing you to live a healthy life, then you should take help. You need to know about the various treatment options, and only then, right choices can be made. From lifestyle changes to therapies to medication, there are many ways of treating depression. You will feel happy, hopeful and will seem to restore your life once again. Since no two kinds of depression are the same, there…

  • Suicide Thoughts

    Suicide Within the Middle Aged Population

    The following is a guest blog post from Jennifer Scott of Suicide is an issue that affects people of all ages and socioeconomic groups. Many people often think of teens when they think of at-risk populations for suicide, but the middle-aged and baby boomer populations are increasingly at risk. Issues related to finances, depression, and substance abuse are often involved in the increased risk within this group, but resources for help and prevention are available. Reach out immediately for help if someone is considering suicide Do you know someone thinking about Suicide? If you or someone you care about is thinking about suicide, it is critical to reaching out…