Stop Rook

Wil jy ophou rook? - JY KAN! - Met Hipnose

Suksessyfer

+ 80% van alle rokers wil STOP!

35% Probeer jaarliks ophou.

Slegs 5% is suksesvol met selfhelp tegnieke.

Tussen 80-90% rokers slag met Hipnose

3 x meer sukses as nikotienvervangingsterapie

15 x meer as selfhelp-tegnieke

 (New Science, Oktober 10. 1992)

Wanopvattings oor Hipnose – Wat is waar?

Hipnose help jou met vernanderinge wat JY wil, sonder dwang

Jy verloor nie jou bewussyn nie

Jy het beheer oor wat jy sê

Jy sal onthou wat gesê is

 

“Jou eie besluitneming en gevolglike optrede is die kern van jou sukses om op te hou rook en dit is waarmee rokers gehelp word tydens hipno-terapie” - Jacob Oostenbrink, Kliniese Sielkundige en kliniese hipno-terapeut van die Strand.

As jy gehelp wil word om op te hou rook, maar jy het hulp nodig om jou vinning deur die chemiese- en emosionele onttrekkingsfase te help, is hipnose 'n uiters kragtige hulpmiddel. As jy nie werklik wil ophou nie, en jy hoop dat hipnose jou denke hieroor gaan verander, is hipnose of enige ander vorm van terapie 'n mors van jou tyd en geld.

Ander hulpmiddels soos psigo-terapie, akkupunktuur en nikotien vervangingstegnieke kan almal effektief wees, maar navorsing toon dat hipnose by verre die mees gewildste alternatief is.

Die rookgewoonte word jaarliks al hoe duurder. Die gemiddelde roker rook tussen 20-30 sigarette per dag en naweke selfs meer. Dit beteken 'n gemiddeld van 30 tot 45 pakkies per maand en die finansiële koste kan maklik R12 150.00 per jaar beloop. Dit sluit nie die belading in wat ekstra betaal word op jou lewensversekering en mediese fonds nie. Beide jou gesondheid en jou finansies kan net verbeter as jy die rookgewoonte verbreek.

Verbeterde Gesondheid

Binne 'n paar maande nadat jy ophou rook het, sal jy drasties beter voel en jou risiko vir talle siektes afneem. Jy sal soggens minder hoes, en ook nie meer kortasem wees nie. Jou kanse om met bronchitis en ander hart- en longverwante siektes geteister te word sal betekenisvol verminder.

As jy al ooit iemand met enfiseem ontmoet het, sal jy dit waardeer en verstaan hoe gelukkig jy is om vrylik te kan asemhaal, en daarby saam is die gedagte aan moontlike long-, keel- of lipkanker genoeg aansporing tot 'n rookvrye toekoms.

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  • About +

    About

    Jacob Oostenbrink, MA (Clinical psychology) has been in private practice since 1998. He started his practice in Brackenfell and then relocated to Rustenburg where he practiced for 11 years. His practice focused mainly on clinical work but he was often requested to do consulting work in the Mining Industry (which included the selection of employees, treatment of their substance abusers, assisting them with trauma counseling and addressing employees’ emotional well-being).

    In 2012 he relocated back to the Western Cape and opened his Clinical practice in Strand. Although he is registered as a clinical psychologist, he has completed both his internships in counseling and clinical psychology and finds himself comfortable in both areas. Prior to completing his MA degree, he has further been employed in the business environment for 12 years which has given him extensive experience in the Human Resources field.

    He practices as a clinical psychologist, rendering a variety of services to high school learners (adolescents), adults, couples and business environment. 

  • What is a clinical psychologist? +

    What is a clinical psychologist?

    A clinical psychologist is a person who holds an MA degree in clinical psychology and is registered with the Health Profession Council of South Africa (HPCSA). This profession specialty is mainly concerned with diagnosing more serious mental, emotional and behavioral disturbances.

    Clinical psychologists tend to view emotional well-being in an integrated way by taking into consideration the related aspects of the environment, body, brain and the mind.

  • Why do people visit a clinical psychologist? +

    Why do people visit a clinical psychologist?

    Individuals visit a clinical psychologist because they are troubled with problems, traumas or issues that they are not able to effectively deal with. These problems mostly have a significant negative impact on various areas of their life and may include school-, work-, home or their relational/marital life.

  • How are appointments made? +

    How are appointments made?

    Clients often make appointments for themselves when they have the need to, but are mostly being referred to psychologists by their General Practitioner (GP’s), certain Specialists, Pastors of their congregation, their schools or even by their employers.

  • What types of problems does a psychologist treat? +

    What types of problems does a psychologist treat?

    Individuals seeking help from a clinical psychologist usually require assistance with both assessment and/or treatment of problems or certain conditions. Clients may present with various problems or symptoms for example:

    • Attention-Deficit and Disrupted Behaviour Disorder (including ADHD)
    • Substance-Related Disorders (Including Alcohol, Nicotine, and Drugs)
    • Schizophrenia and other Psychotic Disorders
    • Mood Disorder (Including Depressive Disorders and Bipolar Disorders)
    • Anxiety Disorders (Including Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Panic attacks, Phobias and Obsessive- Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
    • Personality Disorder (Including Antisocial-, Narcissistic-, Avoidant- and Borderline personality disorder)
  • How can we help you? +

    How can we help you?

    Jacob Oostenbrink has thorough experience in the fields of clinical-, counseling and industrial psychology, and does various types of assessments on adolescents and adults for diagnostic, guidance and treatment purposes.

    His experience and interests are in the following areas

    • Mood disorders (such as major depression and bipolar mood disorders)
    • Anxiety disorders (such as panic disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder)
    • Substance related disorder (such as alcohol and Nicotine dependency)
    • Personality disorders (assessment and support)
    • Marital- and relational therapy (Imago therapy)
    • Subject- and career guidance
    • Trauma counseling (such as assistance after the death of a loved one, brutal attacks, serious accidents and other life threatening events)
    • Selection/psychometric assessment of personnel (by making use of various psychometric tests)
  • Therapeutic Approach +

    Therapeutic Approach

    Jacob Oostenbrink believes in a holistic treatment approach. It is therefore important to assess clients and their presenting problems in the context of their psychological history (including childhood wounding and other significant traumatic experiences) as well as present life circumstances that are integral to the individual’s well-being. The client needs to be made aware of why his life is disruptive and how he needs to change in order to achieve a state of emotional well-being. Therapy is an active process and personal responsibility is essential. Because no two clients are the same, therapeutic techniques may differ but it will always have the client’s best interest in mind. Compliance with medication, if it was suggested, is important and is used in collaboration with therapy.  

    Jacob Oostenbrink prefers using the following therapeutic techniques

    • Hypnosis/Relaxation Therapy
    • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
    • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
    • Imago Relational Therapy

    “Probably the biggest insight...is that happiness is not just a place, but a process...Happiness is an ongoing process of fresh challenges, and...it takes the right attitudes and activities to continue to be happy”. (-Ed Diener)

  • Oostenbrink Clinical Psychologist +

    Jacob Oostenbrink, MA (Clinical psychology) has been in private practice since 1998. He started his practice in Brackenfell and then relocated to Rustenburg where he practiced for 11 years. His practice focused mainly on clinical work but he was often requested to do consulting work in the Mining Industry (which included the selection of employees, treatment of their substance abusers, assisting them with trauma counseling and addressing employees’ emotional well-being).

    In 2012 he relocated back to the Western Cape and opened his Clinical practice in Strand. Although he is registered as a clinical psychologist, he has completed both his internships in counseling and clinical psychology and finds himself comfortable in both areas. Prior to completing his MA degree, he has further been employed in the business environment for 12 years which has given him extensive experience in the Human Resources field.

    He practices as a clinical psychologist, rendering a variety of services to high school learners (adolescents), adults, couples and business environment. 

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