Anxiety & Stress
Stress or anxiety can be a common complaint with today’s hectic lifestyles and most people will encounter it at some point. A certain amount can be dealt with naturally, if it stays within our “safe levels”.
When it becomes too much for us to cope with it can affect our quality of life. Excessive or prolonged stress can lead to illness, physical and emotional exhaustion, increased anxiety or even panic attacks.
When we come under excessive pressure from our home, work or social factors, we tend to respond with either anxiety, anger or depression or a combination of all three.
Hypnotherapy can help you leave behind unhelpful behaviours and emotions and build up your resilience to stress by looking at the skills you need to cope in the future.
Why not phone or email me now to have a no obligation chat about how we can work together to help solve your problems and find the solutions you are looking for.
If you are reading this page, then perhaps you have been struggling with your mood recently and wondering what is happening.
Depression is one of the most common psychological disorders today - a major factor in career problems, lack of motivation and in the breakup of relationships,
Some of the symptoms below can be treated specifically with hypnotherapy and other therapies such as EFT and Solution Focused Therapy may be helpful.
Depressed mood and sometimes fearfulness
Loss of energy and/ or appetite
Loss of pleasure or interest in usual activities
Difficulties in thinking, concentrating etc.
With appropriate treatment, such as hypnotherapy, depression is one of the most treatable disorders.
Phobias & Fears
Specific or simple phobias centre around an object, animal, situation or activity whereas Complex phobias tend to be more disabling than simple phobias. They tend to develop during adulthood and are often associated with a deep-rooted fear or anxiety about a situation or circumstance.
Common examples of simple phobias include:
animal phobias – such as dogs, spiders, snakes or rodents
environmental phobias – such as heights, deep water and germs
situational phobias – such as visiting the dentist or flying
bodily phobias – such as blood, vomit or having injections
Hypnotherapy can work on any phobia, breaking the connection between the object or situation, and the debilitating emotions associated with it. You may be surprised to find how quickly hypnotherapy can bring about change. Many people find just a few sessions are all they need.
Giving Up Smoking
My approach to hypnotherapy changes the unconscious mind of a smoker to an effortless non-smoker. I work with the unconscious mind, the part that actually drives the feeling of wanting to smoke, so any person just trying to frighten themselves into not smoking will not be working in the place where the habit resides.
No longer will you be controlled by the need to smoke, no more planning your day so you can smoke, no more running outside at work or at parties, no more worrying whether you have enough cigarettes left. No more stressing about what smoking is doing to your health. And the cost, no more spending all that money on smoking.
Ready to be a non-smoker? - book Your Stop Smoking session today
Addictions & Losing Weight
This individualised approach to addiction, smoking cessation, emotional eating, alcohol dependency, is incredibly successful. By using hypnotherapy, the client is guided into a light hypnotic trance in which the person is able to see, sense and feel a better way of living their life.
Do you feel ready to get rid of that addiction that is holding you back call today to book your session
Improve Confidence & Self Esteem
My aim is to help you to achieve your goals in the shortest time possible, working at the root of the problem to produce long lasting change.
Try hypnotherapy for confidence and self-esteem and see how easily you can develop respect and appreciation for yourself.
This will completely change how you interact with others, It will enable you to take control of your life and allow you to reach your full potential.
Sleep Problems & Insomnia
For many of us, sleeping is a natural part of our routine. While we know the health benefits and importance of sleep, few of us truly appreciate how much we need it or know what happens when we don’t get enough.
On average, an adult will need seven to eight hours of sleep each night. However, it is thought that one in three adults are affected by sleep problems.
It is important to contact your GP if you are experiencing a sleep disorder. They will be able to provide you with a diagnosis and advice, as well as being able to rule out any underlying medical conditions.
If you are experiencing sleep problems, it is beneficial for your mental health to treat it as soon as possible. Hypnotherapy for sleep can help.