My passion and purpose is to make the most of my life and assist others in doing the same.
I know life is a precious and sacred gift that we need to treasure and make the most of.
Further, our life is underpinned by time, so we need to be mindful of how we use it and most of all take care not to waste it.
I believe we are all born into life with endless possibilities. We arrive as beautiful, clean, new souls into the world.
So what goes wrong?
Each of us are new malleable beings who become conditioned by family, society, culture and ancestry. This is further impacted by the worldwide phenomena of politics, economy, wars and famine and each soul’s innate ‘beingness.’
We largely accept the confinements that we are conditioned into and lose touch with our potential for play, creativity, magic and miracles.
We lose hope and doubt ourselves.
I was born into working class England to a Turkish Cypriot father and English mother who loved me but had no appreciation of education or growth and who accepted their situation and status in life without question. They had been conditioned well. I was the eldest of seven children and was luckily born at a time where I could take advantage of a high quality, free, state education that encouraged enquiry and possibilities with an attitude of ‘the sky is the limit’.
Although I heard this message and accepted it, I didn’t take it in fully. I was full of conditioning.
One thing I did know was that I wanted to make a difference. Help people make the most of their lives. I knew that this must start with me. I became a teacher of Physics and Chemistry for many years where I loved helping children find their passion and potential and ability for free thought.
Later at a pivotal point in my life I met two Vedic astrologers in one week while on holiday. This opened up another whole realm of knowledge. This included karmic cycles, past lives and the idea that we are here for a purpose on a spiritual journey.
Cutting a long story short, to the shock of those around me, I stopped school teaching and opened another door of possibilities and became a Vedic astrologer. I was still in touch with my purpose of assisting people make the most of their lives, but going in another direction.
Then I began to ask the questions.
Do we have to be bound by karmic cycles?
Is it possible to make deep psychological shifts and changes and live more freely and meaningfully?
I felt in my gut the answer to these questions was a resounding ‘yes’. This set me on a path of finding the best ways to achieve change.
I became a counsellor, but found this too limiting and slow so I became a hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner. I was happy with this as it assisted me to help people free themselves from blocking their potential in a deeper and faster way.
Synchronicity came in again when another path opened up and Family Constellations crossed my path while backpacking around India. I had heard about Family Constellations two years earlier and remembered making a wish to ‘see it in action’, but hadn’t done anything about it, as it felt like a long way away at that time, coming from Germany.
This turned out to be a great gift because with Family Constellations I help people clear or come to peace with deeply held ancestral patterns. I gratefully stepped into the roll holding regular workshops, private sessions and eventually training.
In this I came closer to my wish of helping myself and others make the most of their lives, in coming out of conditioning and limitations. In offering training to others my wish became even more of a reality as more practitioners become part of a wave spreading the healing process around the nation and the world. This results in more people being assisted to come out of their blocks and limitations so that they can find their potential and purpose.
Over time I came to realise, profound as it is, Family Constellations does not cover all bases. Through many clients I discovered a better way to deal with non-family or non ancestral issues with a process I developed called Emotional Mind Integration (EMI). Emotional Mind Integration is a psychotherapeutic-hypnotherapy dealing with a range of personal, emotions, beliefs and situations and trauma resolution in a profound and integrating manner.
I remain a strong advocate, practitioner and trainer of Family Constellations for resolving family and ancestral patterns and include (EMI) Emotional Mind Integration as its perfect companion for resolving non-systemic issues speedily in private sessions. The dual approach is RCH (Rapid Core Healing).
I continue to hold Family Constellations workshops and training and practice RCH, (EMI and Family Constellations) in private practice.
I offer training in Rapid Core Healing, Family Constellations and Emotional Mind Integration so that my core wish of helping as many people as possible may be realised exponentially in the nation and the globe. My dream is to enable those who are ready to come out of their conditioning and throw off the shackles that bind them and to rediscover the magic and mystery of life in being able to fulfil their potential, open their wings and fly.
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Yildiz is the founder of two psychotherapies, a psychotherapist, clinical hypnotherapist, Family Constellations facilitator and educator/trainer and author of three books. Her latest book Rapid Core Healing Pathways to growth and emotional healing (2016). Yildiz lives and runs a private practice in Brisbane, Australia, travelling nationally and globally to train clinicians and run workshops for the general public.
Yildiz is interested in finding an RTO with similar values to work with in offering training to counsellors, social workers and hypnotherapists natural therapists.
Organisations involved in training or growth interested in training courses of Family Constellations, Rapid Core healing or Emotional Mind Integration courses or applications may contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
These ideas are presented in her book Rapid Core Healing for Growth and Emotional Healing (2016)
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People are comfortable being open about having a doctor’s or hairdresser’s appointment, a personal trainer or coach. Yet few are willing to disclose they are seeing a counsellor or psychotherapist. The reality is most of us don’t want to reveal they are dealing with depression, anxiety or relationship problems. This is surprising because we all deal with such issues at times.
Shame surrounds emotional, psychological or relationship problems; a fear of revealing vulnerabilities, of being labeled or judged.
The fear of mental illness probably has its roots in our past. There was a time when mental illness was thought to be caused by the possession of entities or dark forces. People with mental health conditions were sent to asylums, with little expectation of recovery. Hell indeed.
This remains a shadow in our relatively recent history. It wasn’t until the 1980s that mental asylums were finally closed in Australia. This has an effect on community consciousness.
The present trend is for more open conversations about mental health. So much so media frequently engages members of the public as well as professionals when covering mental health issues. No doubt this is driven by an intention to normalise the taboo of mental health. If we are drawn into human stories it is likely empathy and acceptance may unfold in wider society. While some would say things are improving, unfortunately we still have a long way to go. There are at least two themes in operation that are in opposition.
More people than ever are being diagnosed with mental health problems due to the expansion of the diagnostic book, the DSMV. This is used by psychiatrists and supported by the pharmaceutical industry. This is the traditional medical model comprising of GPs, psychologists, psychiatrists and the pharmaceutical industry.
Unfortunately, this traditional medical model is in direct opposition to the movement to normalise the common stressors of human experience
Here we have the dichotomy. The public is being encouraged to open up and seek professional help. This inevitably results in more diagnoses, labeling and medication
Unfortunately, this has consequences. While we no longer incarcerate most in mental institutions, diagnoses of mental illness remains a permanent imprint on medical records.
Did you know the traditional mental health model maintains the belief that the majority of mental health issues cannot be cured? The only hope offered for most is the management of symptoms and this is in the form of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and medication, often for life for many.
In the traditional mental health model the brain is considered a mechanical mechanism; once broken it can’t be fixed. This does not take into account neuroscience, which shows a very different story.
The brain has been found to have a plasticity: continues to grow and change. It has the capacity to be rewired. Further, neural pathways are constantly being reformed as an ongoing natural process. This makes recovery and healing in terms of mental health a real possibility for many.
Why isn’t this knowledge being taken into the traditional mental model and our universities?
We all experience suffering and distress. I too have had my fair share of tragedy, sadness and trauma. Such situations cause imbalance for a while. This is normal and much of it does not require labeling or long-term medication. What is required is effective help that builds resilience and enables the resolution of trauma and the resources for growth. (I also remain mindful that the more serious mental health problems do require diagnoses and medication with traditional mental health care.)
I will never forget the day a young woman came to me desperate for help. Her severe depression intact, regardless of extensive hospitalization, numerous electric shock treatments (ECG -electroconvulsive treatment), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and medication. She was about to be readmitted to hospital and was seeking another pathway to recovery. A few sessions of Rapid Core Healing with me helped her come out of depression and withdraw from medication. She could return to return to her husband and children to commence a normal life.
I am a registered systemic psychotherapist and clinical hypnotherapist, educator, trainer and supervisor. Since 2000 I have developed a way of helping people through such crossroads and stressors in life including depression, anxiety and relationship issues in a brief cost effective manner. As a psychotherapist I remain outside the traditional mental health system. This means I cannot offer Medicare rebates. Counsellors, psychotherapists and hypnotherapists are not included in the medical model.
There is a wealth of modern psychotherapies excluded from funding because the psychological research to verify efficacy has not taken place. Psychological research typically focuses on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) alone and does not include other newer methodologies. There is no level playing field.
Unfortunately the public largely see the mental health system as the only legitimate answer to emotional and psychological suffering.
The suffering in mental health is intolerable and set to grow unless radical changes take place. These include dismantling the vested interests, alliances, exclusions and blind spots blocking innovation and growth in the mental health industry. Individuals deserve the right to question treatments and medications and make choices in aid of their recovery. Registered counsellors, psychotherapists and hypnotherapists need to be given their place as providing viable pathway to recovery. They offer viable pathways to recovery. They offer through genuine human connection a wide range of engaging creative and therapeutic skills.
Imagine a world where children are taught the value of their feelings and thoughts and where mentoring is a common, life long experience. Each of us being mentored and mentoring others as a communal sharing. Where people receive mental health support alongside treatment for physical ailments; in a truly wholistic approach to wellness
In this world the highs, lows and crossroads of life are viewed as normal. Not only that, they provide the opportunities for the growth and resilience necessary for a life well-lived.
The mental health industry has expanded its web to include more people than ever in pathologising human suffering. This has resulted in a larger percentage of the population being labeled as mentally ill. At the same time there is a well-meaning impulse to normalise human suffering that is unaware of the real nature of the present mental health industry. Its time for the mental health industry to come into the twenty-first millennium. Yes, lets continue to talk and normalise human suffering and let go of the taboo of mental illness. Lets also make sure that this results in a world we want to live in and pass onto our children and grandchildren. From taboo to acceptance.
These ideas are presented in my book Rapid Core Healing for Growth and Emotional Healing (2016)
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The book introduces two new modalities for rapid, and deep psychotherapy.
The new modalities are Rapid Core Healing and Emotional Mind Integration
Rapid Core Healing is my new dual approach that consists of Emotional Mind Integration and Family Constellations in a dual approach for deeper healing of personal and systemic issues.
This is a revolution in mental health and wellbeing for ‘people who help people’ professionally and for those who are interested in learning about the human psyche and personal development.
I have developed Rapid Core Healing and Emotional Mind Integration while using and applying Family Constellation theory and practice for the last 11 years and decided it was time to share it with the world. Or at least with those who may be interested.
Rapid Core Healing
This is a book that critiques current mental health and healing processes and give examples of natural Healing pathways that could be followed that could revolutionise current practices.
What others in the field have said about the book.
“Sethi covers a range of topics in this book. She defines her new therapeutic approach, outlines the history of therapy, poses a definition and understanding of trauma, and defines amnesia. General case examples are given along with some case transcripts.” —Professor Gordon Emmerson
“This is courageous in chronicling the merger of pharmaceuticals with CBT and the influence of the National Health Service in the UK, U.S. and Australia in producing data, which serves the pharmaceutical industry.” —Francesca Mason Boring
“She has mined the modalities of the past and harnessed those of the present to find a profound way of affecting lasting change, allowing clients to make peace with the past and say yes to life.” -Bill Mannie
“Rapid Core Healing is a deeper, direct and solution-focused approach that is respectful of the client as a fellow human being that is humanistic while incorporating aspects of problem solving.”—Lyn Macintosh.
Rapid Core Healing is a revolutionary, holistic approach for mental health professionals consisting of Emotional Mind Integration and Family Constellations that is experiential and solution focused.
I would love to have your feedback when you have had time to read it.
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Is it wise to delve into past lives for present day solutions?
PR 10 December 2015
Yildiz Sethi a personal development expert, (systemic Family Constellation psychotherapist and Vedic astrologer), has noticed that many people are interested in delving into past lives but questions whether it is wise or necessary in order to find present day solutions to what we face now?”
“There is an ancient Eastern belief that is coming into present day consciousness for many, that we are in a cycle of reincarnation.”
“There is an understanding that we come back each time to complete unfinished business and also to live out the karma that we’ve set up and experience ourselves in many different ways. Through what we do now we create more karma, both positive and negative and so the cycle continues, as karma is action.”
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