Dr Keith Hearne
(BSc MSc PhD) Psychologist, hypnotherapist
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I am the Principal of the European College of Hypnotherapy, have trained many practitioners over some 20 years, and introduced several new techniques into hypnotherapy. Simultaneously, I have practised hypnotherapy during that period, dealing with clients with varied – sometimes quite difficult – conditions. To me, it is spiritually very rewarding to help people overcome issues in their journey through life.
Difficult cases welcomed! Especially those anxieties.
'He's good. He's very good!'
Known as the ‘father of lucid dream research’, I conducted the world's first sleep-laboratory research into 'lucid' dreams (in which the dreamer becomes fully aware of being in a dream) for my doctorate - completed at Liverpool University. In the course of that research I invented the first 'dream machine', on permanent display in the London Science Museum. The date of that discovery (12th April) has now become Lucid Dreaming Day throughout the world. (See www.keithhearne.com for further details).
Training, qualifications & experience
Graduated from the Psychology Department of Reading University (BSc)
Completed Master’s Degree (MSc) in Psychology at Hull University
Attained Doctorate in Psychology (PhD) at Liverpool University
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow for MRC
Inspector for the BAC (British Accreditation Council)
On the Advisory Board of the GHR (General Hypnotherapy Register)
On the Advisory Board of the IAH (Irish Association of Hypno-analysts)
Registered as a hypnotherapist and qualified trainer with the CNHC (Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council)
Over 20 years' experience as a hypnotherapist and trainer
Lecturer in hypnotherapy
(Plus many TV appearances)
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Accredited register membership
Accredited Register Scheme
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Areas of hypnotherapy I deal with
Information about health conditions (*)
Hypnotherapy can enhance the well-being of individuals diagnosed with serious medical conditions, but should not take the place of medical treatment and advice. If you have been diagnosed with - or suspect you may have - any of these conditions, please speak to your doctor before starting hypnotherapy.
Other areas of hypnotherapy I deal with
- Attention and memory
- Compatibility testing for couples
- Creativity enhancement
- Dream interpretation
- Driving test nerves
- Fear of flying
- Finding lost objects
- Hair problems
- Menopausal issues
- Obsessions / compulsions
- Panic attacks
- Past life therapy
- Post traumatic stress
- Psychological infertility
- Psychosomatic illness
- Public speaking nerves
- Relationship problems
- Self hypnosis
- Sexual problems
- Skin disorders
- Sleep problems
- Sleep paralysis
- Sleep walking
- Spirit release
- Travel (motion) sickness
- Work problems
Fees: £120 for 1 hour, £180 for 2 hours. Stopping smoking (one session): £200
Have hypnotherapy by a real professional expert.
Difficult cases welcome! Especially those anxieties. fears & panic attacks..
When I work
I have authored or co-authored seven books to date: (Also, scores of scientific papers and articles):
Hearne, K. (1989) Visions of the Future. Aquarian Press.
Hearne, K. (1990) The Dream Machine. Aquarian Press.
Melbourne, D. & Hearne, K. (1997) Dream Interpretation - the Secret. Blandford.
Melbourne, D. & Hearne, K. (2002) The Dream Oracle. Foulsham Publishers.
Melbourne, D. & Hearne, K. (1999) The Meaning of Your Dreams.
Hearne, K. & Melbourne, D. (2001) Understanding dreams. New Holland Press.
Hearne, K. Encounters with the cyber-commentariat, in The Case for the Jordan Codices by Barker, M.,