Enjoy Greater Happiness and Success by Managing Your Expectations

September 1, 2015

Being in control of your life and having realistic expectations about your day-to-day challenges are the keys to stress management, which is perhaps the most important ingredient to living a happy, healthy and rewarding life. In fact, many psychologists believe the most effective approach is to aim high while remaining flexible and realistic. Try these […]

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Best Afternoon Pick-Me-Ups for People Who Crave a Nap

June 18, 2015

Maybe you’ve had a productive morning, but your momentum starts to dwindle in the afternoon. Naps are refreshing, but they may not be an option if you’re sitting at your desk or standing in line at the post office. Try these suggestions to banish late day slumps, even when you can’t lie down.   Dealing […]

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Prevent Burnout with 5 Simple Strategies

June 11, 2015

Burnout can happen at any time to anyone, so it’s important to prevent it. Our expert therapists have some simple strategies for recognizing situations that can lead to burnout and giving you methods to deal with them positively.

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Now Hiring: Senior Clinical Manager

May 19, 2015

  Do you want to work for one of the most successful Neurotherapy Clinics in North America? Swingle Clinic is one of the largest clinics providing neurotherapeutic treatments in North America and is visited by more than 13,000 people per year. We are conveniently located downtown in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. Our clinic features state-of-the-art psychoneurotherapeutic […]

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9 Beliefs That Make Life Easier and Success More Likely

April 21, 2015

Do you manage your beliefs? Our beliefs determine our actions, and our actions determine our results. If you’re not getting the results you desire, your beliefs may deserve some examination. Your beliefs are the core of your results. Life and success are both easier and more consistent when your beliefs are supportive of the things […]

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Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

April 9, 2015

HRV training can be a successful way to treat a number of conditions as widely varied as depression, anxiety, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, cardiovascular conditions, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, chronic fatigue and chronic pain. At Swingle Clinic HRV is offered as a complementary therapy to neurofeedback. The powerful combination of HRV and neurotherapy allows us to not only track the progress in your Heart Rate Variability, but actually monitor the changes in your brainwaves.

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