Hypnotherapy is a fantastic tool to help you increase your resilience, develop your own coping strategies and help bring you back to great health.
While medication can support symptom relief for depression, it does not help you to change your thinking patterns or develop the skills and more useful processes.
Being a parent should be the most rewarding and joyous role of your lifetime. Unfortunately around 1 in 7 new mothers and 1 in 20 new fathers will experience the symptoms of postpartum anxiety or depression in the year after the birth of their child.
Pregnancy is an incredibly special time but it can also be a hugely anxious time with heightened feelings of uncertainty and a lack of control. Women who are pregnant can also experience intense fears, relating to the pregnancy itself, their unborn child or life after birth.
Lack of self-confidence and other self-limiting beliefs are usually strongly ingrained patterns that we’ve been running sometimes for our whole lives. Hypnotherapy can create new and more resourceful patterns.
We often think that mental well-being is a purely adult conversation however, now more than ever, teenagers and even young children are feeling the effects of our fast paced, high expectation, always connected society.
Having spent many years tackling with my own social anxiety, I too know the impact it can have on overall well-being. Don’t wait any longer to leave it behind, book your session now and enjoy all the blessings of social situations again.
In your hypnotherapy sessions, we will not only target those patterns of behaviour that fuel the addiction, but we will identify what it is that you believe your addiction offers you that you don’t think you can offer yourself.
When you come and see me for weight loss support, we will create a simple, structured plan to create sustainable and long term change and develop a healthy mind, body and soul.
Did you know that “Quit Smoking Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking, according to the largest ever scientific comparision of ways of breaking the habit.”