Claire Mcmillan DABCH, SQHP with GHR, NLP Mast
020 8941 3060
There are times in all our lives when it can feel as if we feel out of our depth or unable to cope alone. Research shows that to seek help at these times is not just a good thing to do but a smart choice if you want to make a quicker recovery and have less likelihood of relapse.
Working with a combination of talking, NLP and hypnosis, the process starts with a de-hypnotising and helping my clients get a fuller understanding of how the brain works and what that means in terms of their situation. This greater understanding makes the problems more manageable and from that new perspective it begins to be possible to see beyond that which had held them back. In the process my they discover/rediscover the amazing inner strength at the core of each and every human being. That strength that enables us to focus on what we want in life so that we can flourish day after day. If that's something you'd like help with, drop me an email and I'll do my best to help.
Training, qualifications & experience
3 Principle Practitioner Training - Jan '14 ongoing to Dec '14
Certificate in Applied Neuroscience - Sept '13 - ITS as below
Neuroscience, attachment and affect regulation - Peter Afford , Nov 2012
Intro to NLP and Neuroscience - ITS - Ian McDermott and Patricia Riddle, June 2012
Metaphors of Movement - Andy Austin, March 2012
How to Lift Depression 2011 - Uncommon Knowledge
Certificate in Contemporary Psychotherapy 2008 Beeleaf
Ericksonian Hypno-Psychotherapy 2007 Beeleaf
Rapid Trauma and Phobia treatment of - 2004 Minefields College
Understanding and stopping addictive behaviour - 2002 Minefields
CoachU - graduated 2001 (2years study)
NLP Master Practitioner 2001- Ian McDermott, Tad James, Robert Dilts, Suzie Smith
NLP Practitioner 2000 - Ian McDermott
DABCH in 1996 - Cherith Powell and Greg Ford
Master Hypnotist Diploma 1995 - Proudfoot School
Areas of hypnotherapy I deal with
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Low self-confidence *
- Low self-esteem
- Pain management *
- Panic attacks *
- Phobias *
- Post-traumatic stress disorder *
- Public speaking
- Relationship issues
- Sleep disorders *
- Stress *
* If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have one of the medical conditions starred above, you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies or treatments.
Other areas of hypnotherapy I deal with
I trained in Hypnosis to help people control their Epileptic seizures, using a combination of Aromatherapy and Hypnosis. I worked for a time under the guidance of Dr Betts at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. A Neurologist, he discovered that by combining smell and hypnotic relaxation it was possible to train the brain to relax enough to prevent the onset of a seizure. Once the subject was trained to respond to the smell/aroma they were able to use it as a trigger to relax in everyday life. This was significant because a lot of people who suffer from Epilepsy have a greater incident of seizure when they are stressed or anxious. By training them to relax using the essential oil smell, they were able to reduce the chances of them having a seizure quite considerably.
Having worked as a Domestic Abuse Outreach worker, I have an insight into what people living in abusive relationships have to cope with and the steps necessary to make leaving possible.
I have 3 year's experience of working with Kingston Hospital Occupation Health Dept, working one to one and in groups with their staff.
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£75 for the first 90 min session and £65 thereafter
Debit and Credit cards accepted and of course cash but not cheques.
Monday to Friday 8.30am and last app is at 5.30 because most people are too tired at the end of a working day and don't have the energy to do meaningful work.
Most Saturdays first app 10.00am and last app 4pm.
Bus: 5 minute walk from the 411 route from Kingston to West Molesey, you get off at the War Memorial stop outside the Post office sorting office.
Train: 30 minute walk from Hampton Court or 40 minutes from Hersham British Rail stations. From Hampton Court you can catch the 411 (see above).
There is plenty of free parking in Helen Close or Anne Way.
You will be emailed a map and clear instructions on how to find the house.
- Also registered with Life Coach Directory