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Fully qualified Hypnotherapist. BA (hons), M.B.A.Th.H, G.Q.H.P., M.B.A.H.(hons)
Chair of the British Association of Therapeutic Hypnotists (B.A.Th.H), Director of the UK Confederation of Hypnotherapy Organisations (UKCHO).
Trustee Research Council for Complementary Medicine
I have been working as a Hypnotherapist for many years and have developed a style of therapy that utilises many different therapeutic approaches including NLP, CBT, Mindfulness and Metaphor within the context of hypnotherapy, this broad based approach enables me to find the right therapy for the individual, as we cannot use a one size fits all approach to healing, our life experience will influence how we respond to the help we seek. Although we try hard to make change ourselves, the lifetime of programming in our subconscious mind sometimes undermines our good intentions, therefore it is crucial to access the subconscious mind to achieve change, hypnotherapy gives us the opportunity to do this. I provide free audio downloads as part of the treatment to reinforce the work we do and extra downloads can be found on my website.
I also run a training school for Hypnotherapy Practitioners "Headtogether Training" and have written two books: “The Healing Metaphor” and “Self-Help, Self-Hypnosis”.
Training, qualifications & experience
B.A.(hons), M.B.A.Th.H., M.B.A.H (hons) , G.Q.H.P.
The British Association of Therapeutical Hypnotists (BAThH) was the first constituted body for Professional Hypnotherapists in the UK and a founder member of the United Kingdom Confederation of Hypnotherapy Organisations (UKCHO).
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Areas of hypnotherapy I deal with
Information about health conditions (*)
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£60.00 per session
A single face to face session is sixty pounds. Packages available upon request. A block of five sessions reduces the price to fifty pounds per session, this includes audio downloads and worksheets.
When I work
Appointments available 9am until 8pm Monday to Friday. Saturdays 9am until 12.30pm