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I use Hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming, some basic Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and experience. All these used in combination effects real, rapid and long lasting changes.

Hypnotherapy is a fast and effective therapy that uses Hypnosis – a state similar to meditation, daydreaming or simply being immersed in a gripping novel or film – to facilitate rapid and positive change. It enables us to find the root cause of unwanted feelings, thoughts or behaviours, so you can move from having the desire to change to the ability to do so.

With the use of Hypnosis, we bypass the conscious mind and access and communicate with the subconscious mind, where all our memories, beliefs, emotions and skills are stored.

All of our present habits, behaviours and thought patterns are a direct result of past programming or imprinting from our parents, family members, teachers, colleagues, experiences and cultural examples. As young children we all created beliefs, based on what we understood, how we perceived experiences and what others told us. These beliefs and imprints function in the present as subconscious programmes, determining how we feel, behave and live our lives as adults.

Most of these imprints are useful and help us to navigate our daily lives, giving us necessary and appropriate automatic reactions. However, some programming may have helped us in the past but is now causing issues in the present, leading to thoughts or reactions that make us unhappy and holds us back from truly living our life as our best and happiest selves.

Through hypnotherapy I can help you let go and set yourself free from these unhelpful and limiting beliefs and programmes, so that you can truly experience yourself, others and life from a place of calm, clarity and confidence so that you can truly live more, love more and laugh more.

Hypnotherapy –aligning your subconscious with your conscious desires.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, or CBT is a form of psychotherapy that emphasises the important role of thinking in how we feel and what we do.

It is based on the idea that the way we think about situations often affects the way we feel and behave. For example, if you interpret a situation negatively then you may experience negative emotions as a result, and those bad feelings may then lead you to behave in a certain way. Quite often the root cause will be an irrational thought.

Negative thinking patterns can start from childhood onwards. For example, if you didn’t receive much attention or praise from your parents or teachers at school, you might’ve thought “I’m useless, I’m not good enough”. Over time you may come to believe these assumptions, until as an adult these negative thoughts become automatic. This way of thinking may then affect how you feel at work, home or in life in general.

If your negative interpretation of situations goes unchallenged, then these patterns in your thoughts, feelings and behaviour can become part of a continuous cycle.

CBT helps us to challenge and make sense of our significant emotional reactions by dividing them up into smaller parts, allowing us to break them down and understand the relationship between situations we find ourselves in, the thoughts we have about them, how this makes us feel both physical and emotionally, and the actions we then take.

Each of these areas can and will affect the others, so how you think about a situation can and probably will affect how you feel physically and emotionally. It can also alter what you do about it.

And by better understanding the relationship between these smaller parts, we are much more able to recognise habitually negative patterns of thinking and how they affect us. As a result, we are better able to intervene in our own cognition to ensure we start changing the way we think, feel and behave.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming, or NLP, provides practical ways in which we can change the way we think, perceive and view past events and approach our life.

NLP focuses on the how people do what they do, rather than on why they do it. For example, how does a person manage to create a flying phobia or an anxiety about a specific situation.

Your thoughts, feelings, emotions and behaviours are not who you are, or what you have, but things that you do. Their causes can often be traced back to our childhood, for instance from comments or beliefs from our parents, teachers, sibling etc, or events that we have experienced.

So rather than changing our external circumstances, which is often beyond our control, NLP helps to change how we use our brains thereby changing how we feel and allows us to take control of the beliefs and influences which are unhelpful and may be holding us back or causing issues in our life.

With NLP I can help you change your old and out – dated programming and perceptions, changing the way you think and feel about yourself,your capabilities, past events, fears and phobias so that you can move on in life and truly live your life full of purpose, belief in yourself, satisfaction and confidence!



For more information or to book an appointment please get in touch. We would love to hear from you.


24 Queen Anne’s Place, London EN1 2PT


07867 919 726