As a Cognitive Hypnotherapist I have been through an in-depth, accredited training programme. I help individuals break free from limiting beliefs and negative behaviour by using many different approaches. These techniques allow for rapid change.

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Cognitive Hypnotherapy:

Draws on different disciplines such as Evolutionary Psychology, Positive Psychology, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Hypnotherapy. It then incorporates them into a framework for highly effective therapy.

Recent research:

Has shown that our unconscious mind is responsible for 90% of our daily behaviour. The unconscious seeks to protect us by keeping us away from situations that it views as unpleasant based on what it has experienced in the past. So maybe as a child you experienced a period of fear, embarrassment or anxiety? Now, as an adult you are still holding onto that emotion that has built up over the years  – which can mean that you become ‘emotionally hijacked’ by the subconscious, which is trying to protect you from a similar experience. This results in behaviour you cannot control and maybe can’t understand.

Cognitive Hypnotherapy is solution focused; I work with you to uncover the source of your problem in order to ‘reframe’ how your unconscious views it. Work is then completed to instil positive behaviour moving forward. Everyone is unique and the way in which each individual experiences their problem is specific to them, therefore treatment is tailored to each client. There are no set scripts. I will be employing the best techniques for you, allowing the most effective change to take place in the shortest time possible.

Physical symptoms:

Including chronic pain, irritable bowel syndrome, migraines, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and many other conditions can be helped by the use of Cognitive Hypnotherapy. The mind and body, and therefore the emotional and physical are not separate as modern medicine tends to view them. Traumatic emotions are often held in the body and cause physical symptoms. When released the physical symptoms often disperse or reduce significantly.