Mandy Jackson Dip.Cl.Hyp. NLP MASTER Practitioner
If you don't like something change it - if you can't change the situation then change the way you think about... this is where I come in.
My name is Mandy and I am a fully qualified Master Practitioner of NLP & Clinical Hypnotherapist with a particular interest in getting rid of negative emotions, limiting beliefs and decisions, reducing anxiety, stress, fears, nerves and therefore assisting my clients to achieve what they want from life.
NLP is Neuro Linguistic Programming. Neuro (our thoughts) Linguistic (what we communicate to ourselves) and Programming (telling ourselves how to behave). In a nutshell we do what we do as a direct result of what we think and if that’s in any way negative your doubt and disbeliefs are seriously holding you back. You create your thoughts - your thoughts create your intentions - your intentions create your reality.
I offer a free consultation prior to professional, confidential therapy services. Using a mixture of amazing techniques, I can show you how to utilise all the resources you already have within but have lost touch with and help you to make permanent positive changes to maximise your potential.
Please contact me by telephone or email as above, for an informal chat about how my therapies can help you find permanent, positive resolution to many issues.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy and Mind Coaching
- Smoking Cessation Therapist
- Master Practitioner of NLP, TLT, Coaching & Hypnotherapy
- NLP Master Coach
- Master Practitioner of Timeline Therapy
- Fully Insured
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
- Low Mood
- Fears & Phobias including:
- Growing old
- Each session is £65 per hour
- Discounted to £50 per session when booked and paid for as part of a course*
*3+ sessions minimum depending on therapy required, any follow up sessions will be continued at the discount rate.
A little extra information for you:
Properly used, NLP & Hypnosis are powerful and effective tools that can help people overcome many psychological, emotional and even some physical problems. It is not mind-control, brain-washing, sleep, unconsciousness or a peculiar, altered or mystical state. When in hypnosis a person is aware, in control and can come out of hypnosis when s/he wishes to. It is a natural and harmless state and can modify behaviour, emotions and attitudes. It can be used to increase confidence and develop new skills. It can help to reduce stress and anxiety, and can even help people overcome habits such as smoking and overeating. It is also used by sportspeople to enhance their athletic performance. If you are experiencing any medical or psychological problems, however, it is essential to seek the advice of a doctor or competent therapist before using self-hypnosis.
Remember, failing to achieve a goal does not mean you are a failure. It may be that you need to approach the goal in a different way or perhaps you need to be persistent. Relax and take your time. Accept the pace at which you achieve results, however small they may seem at first. Believe in yourself and you will go on to achieve the success you desire.
Imagery in Hypnosis - The lemon example:
As well as picturing a desired outcome, you can utilise your sense of touch, hearing and even smell. You can create new images as well as using images from your memories and experiences. People sometimes believe they have to see a crystal clear image of their goal, as though watching a movie. However, a positive attitude and a belief that you are “in the role” is more important than clear imagery. The following exercise will illustrate how effective suggestion and imagery can be. Do not use it if you have an aversion to lemons.
- Sit down in a comfortable chair and close your eyes
- Picture an ordinary lemon
- Imagine yourself cutting the lemon in half
- Observe the juices running down each piece of the lemon
- Pick up a piece of the lemon
- Bring it up to your mouth and bite into it
Even if your image of the lemon wasn’t clear, you might have grimaced or even found your mouth watering...