Private Subconscious-mind Healing (P.S.H.) is a gentle, non-invasive and natural, drug-free therapy.

Many people have struggled to change unwanted feelings, responses or behaviours using their own willpower or conscious effort, without success. Sometimes they have also enlisted medical or psychological help, with the same disappointing result.

In such cases, it is likely that those unwanted feelings, responses or behaviours are the result of negative subconscious emotion.

P.S.H. is used to help people resolve these underlying emotional causes, and restore a balance of health and happiness to their lives.

My name is Deb Roach. I am a P.S.H. therapist, an Associate Member of ASTA, and I am helping people in the Lake Macquarie region achieve true and lasting change.

Lasting relief from:

  • Addictions 
  • Anger 
  • Anxiety 
  • Bowel problems 
  • Chronic pain 
  • Compulsive behaviours 
  • Concentration problems 
  • Depression 
  • Eating disorders 
  • Fatigue 
  • Grief 
  • Insomnia 
  • Irrational behaviours 
  • Low self-esteem 
  • Migraine headaches 
  • Nightmares 
  • Panic attacks 
  • Performance blocks 
  • Phobias 
  • Procrastination 
  • Racing mind 
  • Sexual difficulties 
  • Skin problems 
  • Stress and tension 
  • Weight issues
  • and much more.

What is the subconscious mind?

It is a part of our ‘inner self’ that is in charge of our automatic responses, our ability to heal, and our ability to experience every kind of emotion.  

While our conscious mind is the rational, decision-making part of our mind, there are also many things that we do subconsciously – things we are not consciously aware of.  The subconscious is the part that is in control of all that is subconsciously initiated, whether it is mental, emotional or physical.

The subconscious is that more intuitive, creative part of us that holds the key to all of our life experiences.  It controls all our emotional feelings, our creative imagination, and our ability to meditate and dream.  It allows us to walk down the street, dance, or drive a car safely, while our conscious mind is thinking about something else entirely.

Although no one has ever seen one (the same applies to the conscious mind for that matter), we know it is the part of us that automatically feels and responds, without us consciously making it happen.  It has an imprinted memory or impression of every feeling from when we first begin to feel – even in the womb, before we learn to speak.

When a person is unable to change unwanted feelings,responses or behaviours through conscious effort or will power, it is usually an indication of subconscious conflicts.  While they remain, they can, and often do, lead to unwanted symptoms. Consciously, we are usually only aware of the symptoms, not the inner conflicts.

With the appropriate help, the subconscious has the ability to make changes to many everyday emotional and physical problems.

With permission and endorsed by I.C.S.T.R. (QLD)

The private healing process

The privacy aspect of P.S.H. is undoubtedly one of the most significant differences between this form of therapy and almost all others.

For most people, the subconscious feelings that can cause discontent and illness are often buried so deeply within, that most of the time we don't even know we have them.

And, nearly always, we don't know what caused them. So, long distressing conversations trying to analyse possible causes don't help, and are not part of the healing process.

The therapist doesn't need to know about those things in order to be able to help.

The process of change can take place entirely within the privacy of the client's inner self.

Healing the cause

Negative emotions that have been stored away in the subconscious can result in many different illnesses - mental, emotional, spiritual and physical.  

Some treatments work for a while, or to a degree, but the symptoms can be very difficult to heal completely.

Problems that resist conscious effort and will power, or good quality counselling, are almost certainly originating in the subconscious.

When the underlying, subconscious cause is changed, the symptoms take care of themselves. P.S.H. helps us specifically target the underlying emotional cause that is affecting us negatively, the real feeling-level cause of our problem. 

True emotional healing comes from within.

Free at last

Because P.S.H. is a truly private and personal healing process, there are no testimonials from clients on my website.

I can tell you about my own P.S.H. experience, though. At the first visit with a P.S.H. therapist, I learned a lot about how my subconscious works, and what I could do to make changes for myself at the subconscious level. I don't remember very much about how I made the changes I wanted to make, because everything happened for me at a level far below the level of my conscious mind.

I remember that the entire process was gentle, and really quite special. I remember being excited as I began to notice that I was feeling, and behaving, differently. I remember that most of the changes took place after the P.S.H. sessions, over a period of time.

My experience is not unique. Many people experience major changes to their health and happiness as a result of working with a P.S.H. therapist. With a little help, they have called on the infinite wisdom of their subconscious and let go of the inner tensions that previously ruled their lives.

For most people, it is relatively simple to do.

About me

Have you ever wondered why some people seem happy with themselves and their lives, and many others don't? I have.   

It wasn't until I studied P.S.H., however, that I realised that the reason didn't matter.

What matters is that it is possible to change unwanted responses, behaviours and feelings that seem to originate from deep within ourselves, in parts of ourselves that often don't respond to our conscious efforts to change. 

I found that tremendously exciting. I still do.

I have been a student of human behaviour throughout my life, during my long career as a teacher, and more recently, in the public sector.

I have met many people troubled by aspects of themselves that they wanted to change. They tried to change, and in spite of having made every effort, in many cases, they were unsuccessful.

Now I know what these people need to do to be different.

Did I mention that I am tremendously excited by that?

Taking the first step

An ancient Chinese philosopher once said that the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.

When you are ready to begin the journey, phone me on 0404 108 861 for an appointment.

Many people are surprised at how short the journey actually is.

Deb Roach
Lake Macquarie