My hypnotherapy journey began 10 years ago when I visited a hypnotherapist. I still see my hypnotherapist as and when issues arise, and this has been a large part of my journey to wellbeing. Together we have addressed issues such as anxiety, stress, fear of failure, antenatal and postnatal depression and trauma.
I believe my own experiences motivate me to be a skilled, understanding and honest practitioner. I have trained with the London College of Clinical Hypnotherapy (LCCH) to gain my Medical Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy.
What is Hypnotherapy?
We all naturally and easily drift in and out of altered states of awareness throughout our daily lives. Being engrossed in a film, driving on 'automatic pilot', day dreaming or becoming so engrossed in what you are doing (talking, working, reading) that you lose track of time, are all examples of when we enter a trance-like state. The interesting part is that whilst you are engrossed in your thoughts/ work/activity, your subconscious mind is keeping you safe and watching out for you. It is this part of you that is taking in every experience, thought and feeling. It is this part of you that we collaborate with to make deep and lasting positive changes based upon how you want to feel, want to think and want to be.
How can it help?
Hypnotherapy is an empowering therapy in which we work together to create and sculpt a better version of you. You are always in control and I am your guide, using your words, your vision and your goals to bring about the changes that you want.
Hypnotherapy is not a cure or an immediate fix. It requires commitment to change and an open and honest approach from you. Your motivation for therapy is important, so please consider why you want to change, and how making these changes will impact upon your life.
Ways I can support you:
Unwanted habits- smoking, nail biting, binge eating
Weight control/ Body confidence
Exams and test nerves
Insomnia/ sleep difficulties