Hypnotherapy is an effective, relaxing, safe treatment for many problems, but self-hypnosis gives you the tools to do it for yourself.
I have taught Self-Hypnosis courses since 2001 – it is the most powerful and empowering self-help tool I know. In 1999 I was facing the prospect of writing up my Doctoral thesis and the size of the task was so daunting that I convinced myself I couldn’t do it and wasn’t good enough – getting myself quite depressed and despondent in the process. But at the same time, I didn’t want to waste the 3.5 years work I had put in, and I wanted to get it out of the way so that I could have another child. So, I went on a weekend self-hypnosis course and my life changed. I wrote myself a programme to get on with my Doctorate and I found myself working at my desk every evening. I convinced myself that what I wrote was good enough and I finished the thesis within 3 months, graduating 2 months later. Then I got pregnant with my second child and decided to use self-hypnosis for the pregnancy and birth – which was fantastic! My pregnancy was a breeze and my beautiful, calm 10.5lb baby was born naturally with no pain-relief or intervention.
I was so impressed with what I had achieved through self-hypnosis that I felt I had to teach this powerful, simple tool to as many people as possible and hence became a Hypnotherapist and self-hypnosis teacher.
We are all hypnotising ourselves every day, but many of us do not realise how damaging our own negative-hypnosis is on ourselves. Through the self-hypnosis course I show you how to master your thought processes and change your behaviour, how to protect yourself from other people’s influences and really take control of your life. Understanding the way the mind works and learning to use tools to maximise your capability, you will quickly change the way you think and behave in a manner that improves your attitude, your health, your creativity, your productiveness and your relationships with other people.
As a Hypnotherapist my mission is to empower my clients to take control of their own minds and lives and be the best that they can be.