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September 9, 2019

How Does Hypnotherapy Work?

How does hypnotherapy work is a question I get asked a lot! Natural bodily functions that we do not control through thought, are controlled by the subconscious mind, such as digestion, heartbeat, blood flow, hormonal balance and the immune system. By working with the subconscious in a state of hypnosis it is possible to affect these physical aspects. The subconscious is also part of the brain that stores information on everything that has ever happened to us. By guiding the mind to access memories that may be relevant to our […]
September 1, 2019

3 Great Reasons To Consider Hypnosis To Help You Stop Smoking

The number one reason to use hypnotherapy to stop smoking is that time and again it has been shown to be the most effective way of stopping smoking. 1) Hypnotherapy Has Been Shown To Be The No 1 Way To Quit Smoking Way back in 1992 The New Scientist printed the results of the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit. The data was gathered from 600 studies covering 72,000 people globally. Using such a large amount of data allowed the real effectiveness of each method to be assessed. […]
August 11, 2019

3 Ways Hypnotherapy Can Help With Anxiety

Hypnotherapy is not all about being in a state of trance there’s a lot of discussion and understanding to be gained beforehand to ensure the most useful approach is used. I will also teach the client useful behavioural and psychological strategies to complement the hypnosis element of a session. Working With Anxiety When working with anxiety clients it is really important to take a look at the whole picture. During assessment I will find out about work and home life this will give me an idea of the clients support […]
August 1, 2019

Why I became a Hypnotherapist

My Journey.. Sometimes its nice to know a little bit more about someone than just their qualifications. For those who might be interested here’s my story of how I became a hypnotherapist. Born in 1972 I grew up in the pretty Cathedral City of Lichfield in Staffordshire. I enjoyed a happy uneventful childhood. My brother and I were brought up by our parents, both teachers. School holidays were spent in our little caravan with bunk beds and gas lamps somewhere in The Malvern Hills or near Scarborough. I still recall […]