Dysfunctional Pattern Clearing
What’s it all about?
Dysfunctional Pattern Clearing (DPC) was pioneered by an Australian, Michael Adamedes BA DipEd, Dip Reb Cert Reb ( With over 28 years in private practice counseling over 10,000 clients, Michael has taken aspects from Child Work, Voice Dialogue, Rebirthing, Auditing, Quantum Dynamics, Buddhism and NLP combining them into an effective, efficient and simple technique.
The practice of DPC allows clients to easily "un-hook" and release long held patterns of behaviour that have become barriers.  In order to create positive change in a person's life the process identifies limiting belief patterns and releases any emotional attachment to those beliefs. Through this practice, clients are able to "un-hook" their attachment to emotional triggers that exist in their present time reality.
Comparing my experiences of Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP), Time Line Therapy™ and DPC, I have found DPC to be the most effective and efficient process of the three. It is very simple and easy and often a client can release attachment to a number of emotional response behaviours / habits in a single session. Obviously, some issues require more time and each individual is unique, that said, in every instance I observed that a client left a session with a considerable sense of lightness / relief and with an increased level of self awareness that positively effected choices at a more conscious level. 
DPC compliments business or lifestyle coaching perfectly and offers clients an even quicker and more effective solution for removing long held barriers to success.
Please note that whilst DPC is an effective solution for most people, if you are experiencing behavioural issues resulting from substance abuse or mental health, you should consult a professional health provider who is experienced with these issues.

If you would like to book a session or to find out more about DPC please click here


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What do you think of when I say the word ‘beliefs’?   

What I’m really referring to here is belief systems.   

We start off as small children, growing up within the family, absorbing beliefs and values that are passed down through the generations, our parents, their parents, their parent’s parents and so on.  

We go to school, we make new friends, we take up hobbies and play sport, we start work and we’re exposed to a variety of environments that influence our developing belief systems and thought patterns, (including our self talk). 

There’s an old saying “if you believe you can – you’re right and if you believe you can’t – you’re right” (or words to that affect).  It’s the believing that gets the results either way.  This might tie in with what you were told as a child, as a young adult in high school, by a careers advisor, by your employer, by your friends and on and on it goes.    

For example, some beliefs might be gender specific.  In my family, conversations with my parents often started off with them saying ‘girls don’t’ or ‘girls can’t’ whereas my brothers were told that they could do and be anything they wanted in life.  This was passed onto us as a result of our parents’ belief systems and I’m certain ours was not the only family operating on those principles.  

Another ingredient in the mix is personality.  Some of my brothers did in fact go on to do anything and be anything they wanted while others felt that they were not included in that.  Their particular personality types were the deciding factor in their developing belief response patterns.

Even if you resist that growing up (that was me – the rebel) they can still come back to bite you later in life, just when you thought you’d outgrown them.   All sorts of things can trigger them off.  It could be a customer who has a similar personality to someone who influenced you growing up and it can make you ‘react’ just like you did when you were a kid. 

Sometimes it seems that we never grow up or at least out of some of the things that affected us as kids.  These are the triggers that can be traced back to some old belief system that doesn’t serve you – they follow a dysfunctional pattern. 

Maybe it causes you to overreact in certain situations and you flare up at some unsuspecting person who doesn’t realise they’ve just pushed your buttons.  Others shut down and become withdrawn.  

The good news is, regardless of what environment you grew up in and how those dysfunctional belief systems developed; it’s never too late to change your thinking – regardless of personality.

As long as you are aware of what those beliefs and patterns are and you are open to change, you can choose to give your old ingrained responses their marching orders and build new belief systems that will help you respond in a more positive and productive ways to achieve the results you want.   

To find out more about this topic and how to replace old beliefs that lead to dysfunctional patterns with new productive belief systems, contact Sue Booth at [email protected]. 

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Feeling Well Begins with Living Well

Optimal Health

Optimal health does not mean perfect health. Optimal health means adapting known inherited health risks and your current lifestyle to make the personal choices necessary to live your life as healthy as possible. Health care professionals the world, over recognise the importance of optimal health – and yet prior to 1934, very little was known or understood about nutrition. 


So what do we need to do to aim for the very best health and wellness we can expect to achieve throughout our lives? Research has shown that a healthy lifestyle and good nutrition are two important factors to achieving optimal health.  Research also tells us that because of the depletion of soil richness throughout our farming communities (through modern farming practices) almost everyone can benefit from supplementation – because you may still lack optimal amounts of vitamins and minerals, as well as important plant compounds.

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We often think of ‘lifestyle’ as whether or not you have a certain standard of living (financially); or whether we balance work and recreation.  In more recent years people have become aware of what is known as the Wellness Revolution (Paul Zane Pilzerpredicted in his book “The Next Trillion” written in 2001 why the Healthcare industry would exceed $1 Trillion dollars in the next 10 years) and people now include healthy lifestyle habits, such as exercising into their vision of ‘lifestyle’.


For example, you might be eating a healthy diet but need to incorporate daily exercise in your life. Clearly, a personalised health program is needed – taking into account your specific health and wellness needs.


Nutrition & Supplementation

Do you eat a balanced diet, including whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins? Do you know which supplements are recommended for your type of diet? No two people need the same health enrichment program. Optimal health for you might mean adopting a diet with more fruits and vegetables.



Over the last 50 years or so, medical professionals have adopted a more personal approach with their patients and standard questions when meeting a new patient for the first time now include such things as ‘Does high blood pressure or cancer run in your family?’  So increasingly, genetics is playing a major role in understanding health.


While you cannot change your genetic makeup, you can modify your lifestyle in your quest for optimal health.

  • Adopt a healthier diet
  • Quit smoking
  • Increase your exercise
  • Maintain a proper weight
  • See your health care professional regularly  

For a personalised approach to your good health, choose the best dietary, lifestyle, rest and relaxation habits for you – then, select supplementation products to support your healthy life.


To find out more about this topic and how to re-invent yourself, contact Sue Booth at [email protected] 

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