THERAPY

A clear path to serenity and happiness

Psychotherapy: working towards a happier future

 

Most of us experience traumas and difficult times. Bereavement, depression, relationship and sexuality issues are a common part of what it means to be human.

 

Healing and growth invariably occur when we have a better, more profound knowledge of ourselves and how we respond to different situations.

 

Therapy offers an opportunity for you to talk these through confidentially with a therapist who listens and who is ‘fully present’ and non-judgemental. In this safe environment, you can begin to understand yourself at a deep level, discovering or rekindling the gifts and abilities to make you happier, healthier and more fulfilled in your relationships and in your life in general.

 

Because I take a ‘whole person’ approach to my work, I will always be pro-active in contacting other health or legal professionals, on your behalf, as situations or symptoms may demand.

 

 

Hypnotherapy: the control to move forward to a better life

 

It is very important to realise that nobody can by hypnotised against their will. When you are in hypnosis, you are relaxed, but you remain fully aware of everything and you stay in total control. Hypnotherapy has no harmful side effects and it delivers long-lasting and sometimes permanent benefits.

 

Who are you, and why did you become the person you are now? Hypnotherapy allows you to see and deal with significant events and feelings, removing limiting beliefs from the past and visualising a better scenario for the future.

 

Hypnotherapy can help with a variety of issues like weight-loss, smoking, sporting performance, addictions and phobias. it can also help you build self-confidence, break negative or undesirable habits and improve your sleep.

 

As part of your sessions, you will be given recordings so that you can repeat the process at home. This reinforces the work we have done together and enables us to go deeper and further in subsequent sessions.

Insights to help you discover and love the person you really are

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  • TIPS FOR HAPPINESS

    • think positively
    • be true to yourself
    • be kind, always
    • don’t be afraid
    • laugh often