William John Roberts
01902 681760 / 07894 530018
Will provide low cost or free service subject to meeting requirements all inquiries welcomed.
To Provide a quality service to assist low income sufferers. Ex service welcomed and their families.
As a experienced child care worker also youth crime worker and Y.O.T. officer will help families who need help with families of offenders.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Diploma in Counseling awarded by T.A.E.B. no. 009623 issued 19/9/1999
- Certificate in Trauma Counseling Awarded by A.Q.A.no 9239140 issued 9/1/2003
- Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma no 1962017
- Certificate in Advanced Regression Techniques issued 3/7/2016
- Certificate in Rapid Induction Techniques Issued 29/3/2014
- Certificate Nominated Outstanding Student 2010 30/10/2010 issued by APHP
- Certificate in Emergency 999 Services issued 25/1/2000
- Author "Trauma in the Family " Published by LOXWOOD Press
- Recovered P.T.S.D. Sufferer and Trainer in P.T.S.D. Issues.
- Lived and worked as therapist in Germany and Welfare Worker for 30 years.
Areas of hypnotherapy I deal with
- Addictions *
- Alcohol abuse *
- Anger management
- Anxiety *
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome *
- Depression *
- Drug abuse *
- Eating disorders *
- Exam stress
- Fear of flying
- Food addiction *
- Gambling addiction *
- Gastric band hypnotherapy
- Insomnia *
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Low self-confidence *
- Low self-esteem
- Obsessions and compulsions *
- Pain management *
- Panic attacks *
- Phobias *
- Post-traumatic stress disorder *
- Public speaking
- Quit smoking
- Relationship issues
- Sex addiction *
- Sexual issues *
- Sleep disorders *
- Sports performance
- Stress *
- Stuttering *
- Tinnitus *
- Weight loss
* 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
Post Trauma Stress Disorder.
As self recovered P.T.S.D. Suffer I used my hard journey of recovery to the present day. Using my personal experience to help others has been a my target for the last 50 years since that fatal day in 1966 in Aden , it was a road accident but caused me to change my life for ever even to day.
As part of my journey lead me to become a active therapist in the field including writing a book and offering training to other therapists and clients. A most important but largely forgotten is the role of the family in the clients successful recovery.
The family is key in the clients recovery both in direct and indirect support as the therapist needs to protect the family and ensure that the sufferer feels that the family understands what they are going through during bad days as it is very a up and down emotional journey. By protecting the family relationships we ensure the emotional recovery is successful.
A family with children is especially vulnerable and needs to be treated a whole and not just the main area of the client. I have developed over the many years experience a very successful family approach to P.T.S.D. Therapy by working with sufferer and at the same time supporting the whole family. That is why I wrote the successful book “Trauma in the Family as a supportive handbook to educate the sufferer 's family. The Book is now on Kindle as well as hard copy on Amazon. Please look at www.Familytraumacenteruk.org for more information or call me direct on 07894530018
Will provide low cost therapy, subject to qualifying requirements.
Will provide Low cost Training in P.T.S.D. to needed organizations as required.
He has had considerable experience dealing with men and women through both ex-service organisations SSAFA and The Royal British Legion as a caseworker for the last 8 years.
He has proved over many years to have a firm commitment to Ex-service and Children’s PTSD issues and to promote the needs of the ex-service communities where ever they are located. He has worked on a number of RBL Special Needs Children’s Projects between Britain and Germany over the last 6 years. He has promoted and highlighted disadvantaged ex-service members and their children’s issues through the press and the media in Germany.
He set up and ran a busy professional office for a total of 4yrs for the RBL in Hameln Germany. He has experience of working with the media and publicity and promotion of projects on charity issues. He has had considerable experience in working with a wide range of people who suffer from both personal and mental problems. He has a wide range of experience with dealing with other charitable agencies and medical staff. He has written professional reports on mental conditions and financial assessments and needs of clients. Last 6 months of full employment in Germany he had worked as an Hospital Reception/ Medical Administrator. As a well experienced and proven Welfare officer with both the Royal British Legion and S.S.A.F.A. for the last 8 years dealing with a wide range of clients problems. He under took his professional training to become a Professional Counsellor to build up and complement his extended service as a welfare officer to become more effective in a Counsellor/welfare role.
He is very experienced in dealing with a wide and varied range of agencies both verbally and by written communication. His Counselling remit was to cover personal tragedies from suicide to drug and alcohol abuse to break up of personal relationships. As a Counsellor he has assisted clients with dealing with the loss of children through illness (leukaemia) and cases of sudden death both though military service, heart attacks, Road Traffic Accidents and one case of murder. Up to the time that he started this counselling service there was no English Counselling service available in Germany for the ex-service and English communities based in Germany.
This was a service allied to a support group based in Dortmund, which he also established.
It was as a direct result of this service, that he established excellent relationships with a number of prominent German Psychologists and Mental health practitioners, which he still maintains today via the internet. He is at present in the process of establishing a
support group for PTSD Sufferers and their carers in the Northwest based in Wigan.
He wrote and published it himself a book entitled “Trauma In the Family” about PTSD and its effects on Family members including Children, based on his own personal experiences of working with Traumatised parents and their children and their needs. He is actively involved with organising and setting up of support groups for PTSD sufferers in Greater Manchester also Merseyside and Wigan and also Wolverhampton.
Since returning to the UK, from March 2000 until 2001 he worked as a Child Care Officer with a Registered Child Care Company in Sussex, called Southern Care based in Worthing.
He has worked for the last 8 years in the Youth justice system at different Youth offending teams across the UK in every role within the YOT service. Including Court officer and also parenting officer. He has written and published a handbook for traumatised families entitled “Trauma in the family”.