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What can therapy do for you?

Therapy can be an amazing way to change your life.

It’s empowering and natural and can give you control over your own mind and resources.


There are various styles of hypnotherapy and it may be useful for many different purposes. The reason it's so versatile is because it works with your own subconscious mind. In this part of the mind all your habits and patterns of behaviour are stored.

During hypnosis you can access that deeper part of your mind, thereby creating the changes that you want to make.

Hypnotherapy is a totally safe therapy. When you come along for an appointment you will see it's just a matter of relaxing and letting your mind be guided towards the outcomes that you want.

Many of my clients tell me it's a deeply nourishing and refreshing experience.

The way we see the world and all of our reactions and behaviours are fuelled by our thoughts. If our thoughts are unhelpful or negative in some way then this may seriously impact on what we do or don't do in our lives.

It therefore stands to reason that if we can change our thinking processes - which govern absolutely everything - then we can also experience some major changes within our lives too.

I work using solution focused hypnotherapy. This means that modern positive psychology techniques are combined with the power of hypnosis.

Spiritual Hypnosis

Some people are curious about deeper matters, which may be classed as spiritual but which can also be undertaken if you have no particular spiritual interest.

Some examples are listed below:

Past Life Regression
Higher Self Communication
Unlocking your creativity
Out of Body Experience
Manifest Health

Results vary from person to person and I cannot guarantee that you will attain the desired outcome.

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You may not have heard about BWRT before but it's a therapy that's based on the latest brain research.

You can use BWRT for many different purposes. It's an excellent therapy for trauma and for dealing with memories that are overwhelming.

Examples might be if you have been involved in a threatening situation or if you are having trouble getting over a relationship.

It may also help you to find your true identity and allow you to find your life's direction.

BWRT is a very different treatment to hypnotherapy, and you remain alert at all times. What's more, you have complete control over how you would like to feel once those negative feelings have been eliminated.

Can you imagine what it might be like to not react to certain triggers? For example, these triggers might be something like road rage when someone cuts you up at a junction, or the sadness you feel if you can't get over a bereavement.

In fact, any adverse reaction you might experience to a situation you don't like can usually be helped through the process of BWRT.

Reiki Healing

Reiki is a gentle healing energy that works to balance us on mental, physical, emotional and spiritual levels.

It is thought that Reiki energy works on our life-force - that part of us which isn't visible but which we can recognise simply by observing how our energy levels rise and fall.

During a Reiki treatment you may start to feel peaceful and calm.

Reiki energy always flows to where it is needed, correcting imbalances and restoring a feeling of wellbeing for many clients.

Reiki will not heal you in the way you might perceive a miracle to occur. Instead it works gently and can support the healing process, particularly working alongside other medical help.

You don't need to be ill or feel ill to enjoy a wonderful Reiki session.

Conditions I can help with

Anger Management
Bad Habits
Binge Eating and Drinking
Commitment Anxiety
Exam Anxiety
Fear of Failure
Fear of Success
GAD (General Anxiety Disorder)
Imposter Syndrome
Fear of Public Speaking
Nail Biting
Performance Anxiety
Panic Attacks
Porn Addiction
Post Natal Depression
Relationship issues
Self Worth
Sexual Addiction / Obsession
Social Phobias
Substance Abuse
Success Inhibition
Weight Management

If you have a medical condition then it will be necessary to speak to your medical practitioner. Complementary therapy can usually work alongside your orthodox treatments.

If you are experiencing a problem but don't see it listed, please get in touch as I may be able to help.

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Hypnotherapy is a complementary therapy.

Always consult your doctor before undertaking hypnotherapy or any other complementary therapy.

Whilst the techniques I use may, and often do, give great results, no guarantees can be given and results do vary from person to person.

You may browse some websites that sound like they offer guarantees. Please note, the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) advise that no guarantees can be given relating to the efficacy of any complementary therapy.

Why Choose Therapy?

Most people, when they feel unwell, will visit their local doctor for a diagnosis.  We all know the procedure – if we have a broken bone, we might need an x-ray or perhaps we need antibiotics or other medications in order to feel better.  To have these free resources in this country is wonderful and it’s a service we often take for granted.  In the early 1900s we wouldn’t have had this availability and most people were too poor to even consider sending for the doctor. 

When it’s not the body, but the mind that needs fixing, however, it can seem as if our options are limited.  Doctors can offer pharmaceutical or psychiatric help, but that might not be our only answer.

We hear every day how the NHS is struggling to cope under an ever-increasing burden – the fact is, it was never designed to operate in the way that it does now.

Complementary therapies, such as hypnotherapy, work alongside your medical practitioners to give you a more holistic approach to your health.  If you are suffering from a medical condition, such as depression or addiction to strong drugs, then it will be necessary to seek medical advice too.

Working with a complementary therapist can give you much more scope, allowing you to make further choices and decisions about your own welfare.

Your mental health is vital to your wellbeing and happiness, it’s therefore only right that you find the solutions you need in order to feel better.

  • When you seek therapy you are taking responsibility for your own health.
  • You can enjoy dedicated time with your therapist, who can give you undivided attention for the period of your session.
  • You can recognise that drugs such as anti-depressants do not solve your problems, only mask the symptoms.
  • Working consistently with your therapist towards a robust mental attitude will empower you.
  • Your mental health affects your enjoyment of everything else in your life.

If you have the courage to begin, you have the courage to succeed – David Viscott

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