Hypnotherapy is a safe and powerful tool which can be used to break the negative cycle of depression and anxiety.
It can help with addictions, anger, blood pressure, weight control, lack of confidence, insomnia, IBS, relationships, migraine, panic attacks, obsessions, fears, phobias, stress and more.
Several years ago, I decided to follow my passion to help improve people’s mental and physical well being. After suffering from poor mental health, myself, I am only too aware of the lack of resources available. Once recovered I was determined to keep well, but also to help other people who want to take control of their lives and see things from a more positive perspective.
In June, after 10 months of training, I graduated with a Solution Focused Hypnotherapy Diploma from CPHT Peterborough which is recognised as a Gold Standard for Hypnotherapy training. I have been working with volunteers and then paying clients since September and I know that I have already enabled people to get their real selves back.
I am a mum of two young adults and married to an ex-military man which means I have moved around a lot and been lucky enough to meet many people from all walks of life. Unfortunately, I have seen several friends, and whilst working as an accountant, colleagues and clients struggling to cope with every day life. This has spurred me on to follow my heart so that I can help people to get back on track and find the happiness they deserve.
I am a member of MIND, a mental health charity, that I have turned to when I was unwell in 2015 and I have fundraised (£6,000 and counting) for them ever since, including running the London Marathon in 2017. I was new to running but I am now very aware of how running or any physical activity you undertake helps to maintain and improve mental well being.
In my spare time I am a Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme supervisor and I have therefore been lucky enough to see at first hand the positive impact of a weekend of fresh air and no technology has on young people.
I am a qualified First Aider and will qualify as a Mental Health First Aider on 31 May 2019.
‘You lifted me off the floor’ is one of the comments I have received as feedback. Words like that motivate me to continue working with clients form all walks of life to help them achieve their true potential and be the best they can be.
Thank you taking time to read about me. If you would like me to help you get in touch for a free initial consultation.