What to expect in a session change your life

Sessions will begin with a discussion with you and myself. We will talk about what it is you’re after, your problem and what you’d like to gain from cognitive hypnotherapy. Together we’ll look at the issue, how you experience it and how it affects your life. Next, we’ll work towards a personal treatment programme, tailored to you and your individual experience.

The number of sessions you need is personalised to you and what you’re needing from the sessions. You may get what you need after just 1 session, while others may need 3, 4, 6 or 10 sessions.

Many people think of hypnosis as the on stage entertainment or something that is completely out of their control. Comedy stage hypnosis has nothing to do with clinical hypnotherapy; take what you see on television with a generous pinch of salt. The client is entirely in control - the professional is merely there as a guide. Hypnosis is definitely not a state of mind control. You cannot be made to do anything against your will. The therapy offered combines hypnotherapy with many other techniques to help you.


Life changing therapy can be an effective treatment for anxiety disorders, it aims to seek out the root cause of the anxiety and change an individual’s perception of a past event or release emotion from it.

Anxiety can be experienced at different levels, and although most people experience a relatively mild form of anxiety when facing particularly stressful and is usually diagnosed when an individual spends at least six months worrying excessively about normal everyday problems. Just getting through the day can be extremely stressful.

Panic Disorder

Another type of anxiety disorder is panic disorder which is characterised by terror, which appears suddenly without warning. Panic attacks are a common symptom of panic disorder, but not everyone who has a panic attack will develop a panic disorder. Panic disorder is much more common than is generally recognised and affects a large proportion of the population.

Social Anxiety Disorder

Social anxiety disorder is defined by extreme anxiety and discomfort in social situations. According to research, social anxiety (also known as social phobia) is the third most common psychiatric disorder after depression and alcoholism. Fear of being around other people, having to interact with them and being judged negatively are the common signs of social anxiety. Agoraphobia (the fear of open spaces, crowds, public places and/or travelling alone) is another severe form of anxiety.

Anxiety Symptoms

As there are different types of anxiety, there are a number of different symptoms, however the most common include:

situations (such as a speech or presentation), anxiety disorders are severe and can disrupt the day-to-day life of an individual. Anxiety can be brought on by a fear of something that happened, or what we think happened and dread happening again.

When individuals suffer from an anxiety disorder, it may lead to avoidance of certain situations because they fear their anxiety may be triggered.  This can, in turn, lead to relationship and/or career problems such as not being able to achieve potential job opportunities or promotions and being unable to develop personal relationships.

Individuals suffering from generalised anxiety

• Dizziness and feeling light headed • Reduced attention span • Breathlessness • Restlessness • Irritability • Difficulty in  concentrating • Loss of sexual interest • Headaches • Loss of appetite • Muscle tension • Difficulty breathing• A tight feeling in the chest • Sweating • Difficulty sleeping • Poor performance • Diarrhoea • Palpitations

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