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Sonya Hudson

Couples relating better with the help of Hypnotherapy and NLP Welcome to my transformative Hypnotherapy and NLP programmes, designed to empower individuals and couples to navigate the complexities of relationships and enhance their mental well-being. These programmes are crafted with a deep understanding of the intricacies of human connections and the importance of emotional health. By... [read more]

Sonya Hudson

Are you struggling with anxiety and seeking effective ways to manage it? Let us explore how hypnotherapy can assist you in understanding and overcoming anxiety. As a UK-based hypnotherapist, I have seen how hypnotherapy accesses the subconscious, reframes negative thoughts, and promotes relaxation and stress reduction. Discover the benefits of hypnotherapy for anxiety management and what... [read more]

Cristina Popovici

I believe the topic of Ancestral healing and Past Lives is extremely important when it comes to deep healing, though it is a bit controversial or unorthodox for some people. In this article, I will explain the importance and the process of Ancentral healing and Past Life healing in therapy and how you can benefit from... [read more]

Stephan Toque

Within ourselves still lives the child we once were, our inner child. Many mental disorders and behaviour patterns can be linked to this mostly subconscious part of ourselves. Deciding to explore this part of ourselves and to contact the child we once were, takes us on a journey to the core of ourselves. We can then... [read more]

Stephan Toque

René Descartes was a French philosopher who spoke a few centuries ago about the separation of mind and body. At that time, people didn’t think of the brain as being the centre of the nervous system. Instead, matters of the heart were the domain of the church and Descartes was a devout catholic who, in his... [read more]

Cristina Popovici

In this article I will explain the importance of working with the subconscious and the unconscious in therapy and why this creates fast, lasting changes versus working with the conscious mind which is a long process, filled with resistance, that creates temporary changes.  We know that working with the self and changing the 'Self-Concept' is what creates... [read more]

Kristina Matej

More than baby blues - How to spot Postnatal Depression

Posted by Kristina Matej 754 Days Ago

Kristina Magdolene Matej describes how to spot postnatal depression and what to do about it   Post Natal Depression is way too common in today’s world, especially in Western society. It ranges from feeling moody and ‘not oneself’ to, at the other extreme, experiencing a psychotic event.    The underlying causes are:    o Exhaustion through lack of sleep,  o Hormones adjusting and uterus shrinking while the body recovers  o Trauma (past or from the birth experience)   Lack of appropriate support often exacerbates any symptoms the new mother... [read more]

Stuart Downing

Eating disorders: integrative therapy and hypnotherapy

Posted by Stuart Downing 763 Days Ago

Many people suffer from eating disorders. When left unchecked and not treated, they can cause severe health complications such as problems with growth and development, depression and anxiety, work and school issues, and they can even result in death in extreme cases. Fortunately, hypnotherapy and integrative treatment for eating disorders has proven effective for many clients and allowed them... [read more]

Niki Cassar

Who’s the boss? You or your fears? The past year has brought an increasing flood of enquiries from people telling me they need help to overcome fear and anxiety, worsened because of the pandemic.  One woman memorably told me ‘Fear is ruling my life and I’m desperate to stop it from doing so.’  Other people have explained... [read more]

Alexandra Cingi

Winter can be glorious, on a sunny day! The crispness of the air, the silence all around, the delicate transparency of the sky. When the sun is hiding, though, those of us who suffer from SAD feel the effects of the darkness. But what if you could travel, even just for five minutes, to a tropical paradise,... [read more]

Alexandra Cingi

Is that your friend across the street? You wave cheerfully, shout out “Hiya!”, and… she barely makes eye contact while muttering a half-hearted “Morning”.       Cue the whirlwind in your mind! “What have I done wrong? Have I said something I shouldn’t? Did I forget her birthday? Her cat’s birthday? Doesn’t she like me anymore? Is our friendship... [read more]

Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac

Weight releasing fat shredding Transformation

Posted by Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac 1007 Days Ago

Releasing fat I have put together my weight loss hypnotherapy programme and the control system combined and created my unique MIND THERAPY MINDSET TRANSFORMATION & WEIGHT SHREDDING PROGRAMME. ðŸ’ª Weight loss programme usually £375.00Control system £285.00 so together £560.00. Special programme offer.  £485.00” It's not the weight my client's shred, release and let go of either that becomes the most amazing bit. It's... [read more]

Alexandra Cingi

We are all familiar with the fight-or-flight response – heart racing, fast breathing, sweaty hands, shaking… and some of us are extra familiar with it, because that’s precisely what we experience when anxiety gets out of control, and our bodies respond as if we’d just noticed a very real and physical threat a few steps away. It... [read more]

Sue Burn

Problems sleeping?

Posted by Sue Burn 1361 Days Ago

Get a better night's sleep Sleep, or the lack of it (insomnia), is a hot topic at the moment … and rightly so as we need good quality sleep to enable us to fight off disease, recover from illness and keep our memory sharp; it also contributes to our longevity and ability to learn.  Yet, according to the... [read more]

Ray Bull

Hypnotherapy could change your life

Posted by Ray Bull 1361 Days Ago

Hypnotherapy could change YOUR Life     The history of hypnotherapy could be written as the development of a new approach for accessing and facilitating the healing. The days of believing the mind and body to be separate are long gone. We now understand that physical and psychological well being are inseparable.   “Many people still do not understand how hypnotherapy... [read more]

Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac


Posted by Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac 1363 Days Ago

Habits  What’s your habit? Have you got a lot of good or bad habits? It’s funny because before I was a therapist or life coach I use to always think of habits as “ bad habits” I never looked at it like I must adopt “good habits”.  However for us to change, transform that’s exactly what we need to do... [read more]

Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac

Change can be scary but what's worse??

Posted by Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac 1382 Days Ago

Hi my lovelies let’s talk change! Who wants to make a change?  What do you want to change? At nearly every turning point, big or major growth spurt in life, we’re met with so much excitement and this beautiful, shimmering unfolding as we grow. As I have been on my journey of self discovery and become a therapist one of... [read more]

Iain Lawrence

Phobias and how Hypnotherapy can help

Posted by Iain Lawrence 1400 Days Ago

Phobias and how hypnotherapy can help A phobia is an extremely distressing problem for an individual to experience. Often people know there is no rational basis for their fear, but they cannot help but be distressed by it and soon dread the resulting feelings whenever faced by it. What is a phobia? Well, it can be described as an... [read more]

Iain Lawrence

What is Hypnotherapy?

Posted by Iain Lawrence 1405 Days Ago

Have you ever wondered about Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy and if it might help with a problem you are having but you were unsure of exactly what it was and how it worked? Well hopefully in this article I can clarify some things for you and that by the end it will help inform whether it would... [read more]

Pankaj Garg

How your mind Sabotage you

Posted by Pankaj Garg 1432 Days Ago

3 ways your mind is sabotaging you: . 1ï¸âƒ£You are hard wired and super coded to run away from 'Unknown ' and run back to what is 'Known '. . An example of this is most of the time you reject your praise and add your own criticism. Because your own criticism is more familiar and that's what you have... [read more]

Sarah Eley

Shut down your inner critic

Posted by Sarah Eley 1467 Days Ago

  by nowflourishblog Could do better? Self-evaluation can be an effective instrument, but if we have a small voice in our head telling us constantly about our shortcomings, that critical observation can begin to block the light and cause a downward emotional spiral. Negative thoughts like these are learned. We are not born self-critical. So how have we learned to think... [read more]

Pankaj Garg

Happiness in Life

Posted by Pankaj Garg 1530 Days Ago

True happiness is in realising our true potential as human beings. It is deep faith in our inner power and strong life force irrespective of external circumstances. When we realize our inner power, we can handle any situation and sail through difficult circumstances. Stress in life comes from the demand. But we have inner resource as... [read more]

Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac

Online Therapy Now Available

Posted by Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac 1533 Days Ago

 Hi everyone I hope you are all well I thought I would post on here to keep you informed regarding business in the face of the current coronavirus situation. Its currently business as usual here face to face at MIND THERAPY until the government says otherwise, in the event of which I’ll be switching all my clients to... [read more]

Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac


Posted by Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac 1545 Days Ago

Come and meet me for a free Consultation and I will show you the rapid way the CONTROL SYSTEM works.  Working on the principle of hypnosis without having to use deep trance (like traditional hypnotherapy) to gain subconscious dominance to directly change the way you think, feel & behave.  It’s a more rapid form of Therapy due to... [read more]

Emma Wright

Get motivated and lose weight in seven steps Hypnotherapist Emma Wright explains how losing weight starts with motivating yourself When it comes to weight loss, most people just focus on the diet itself, but I believe that can lead to disappointment. The key to successful weight loss is motivation – both during and before a weight loss plan. Here’s... [read more]

Emma Wright

Four ways to manage your anxiety   How you can deal with anxiety and take control of your life   1. Identify the symptoms When you feel anxious or panicky, the symptoms can be terrifying. They can include tightness in the chest, rapid breathing, raised heart rate and dizziness. Anxiety is usually caused by a build-up of adrenaline which your body... [read more]

Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac


Posted by Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac 1610 Days Ago

Can hypnosis stop me smoking?????  I Hear you ask!!! Well I ask you ... It really was your choice. You chose that habit to smoke right???? So therefore it’s your choice to continue with the habit  or to change it right???? Smoking has to be the biggest habit one kicks! Quitting a 20-a-day habit will deliver an average £3,094. To £4.004  a year saving. All... [read more]

Karen Martin

Childhood mental health services are in crisis.  When a child who feels helpless, hopeless and out of control is brave enough to tell their parents, only to discover that they can’t find a way to solve the problem either, the world very quickly becomes a much scarier place. Small issues can become huge and unmanageable if... [read more]

Karen Martin

Shouting doesn’t get you anywhere. In fact, as soon as voices are raised, you’ve lost the argument and have little chance of resolving your differences. Often, couples will find themselves going over the same old ground, in the same way, becoming more and more frustrated and angry with each other. Once you turn the volume down and... [read more]

Karen Martin

A few simple strategies can make a big difference As a busy full-time hypnotherapist, I spend a lot of time helping people cope with anxiety. The progress we make is sometimes undermined by those closest to them thinking they can just get over it or telling them to ‘pull themselves together’. This is compounded by the fact that... [read more]

Tom Jagiello

It is not possible to change the past or is it...?

Posted by Tom Jagiello 1904 Days Ago

Time Line Therapy™ was created by Dr Tad James, an early developer of NLP in the late ’80s. It is part of the NLP approach that largely focuses on Ericksonian hypnotherapy.  Many scientists made an observation that as human beings, we develop in our nervous system, some way of coding and storing the experience of time.... [read more]

Roger Gilbert

All communication is hypnosis!   In the popular imagination hypnosis is something exotic and out of the ordinary.  However, in reality, the truth is rather mundane.  Hypnosis is the name given to those states when: our attention is focused on our inner experience rather than on whatever is going on in the world around us (like when we... [read more]

Debbie Stanton

Hypnotherapy has been practiced for a long time and used for anything from eliminating bad habits to relieving stress, pain, fear and anxiety. Hypnotherapy can change our minds to accept new, healthier habits or preferred responses by placing positive suggestions deep into the subconscious parts of our brains. Once out of trance, the subconscious then sends... [read more]

Roger Gilbert

Many people complain that they don't get enough sleep, or that they have poor quality sleep.  This is something to take seriously because scientists now recognise that getting too little or poor quality sleep not only leaves us feeling tired during the day, but also has a negative effect on our physical and mental wellbeing. Fortunately, recent studies... [read more]

Anthony Kelly

Look Into My Eyes. The Pitfalls of being a Hypnotherapist

Posted by Anthony Kelly 2187 Days Ago

Since I qualified as a hypnotherapist some friends/family/strangers wont look me in the eye. Only a few days ago at a networking event my husband (also an NLP practitioner and Hypnotherapist) without meaning to started hypnotising someone whilst explaining hypnotism! One friend's main concern was, 'You'll know my deepest, darkest secrets.' The outcome being I do not have... [read more]

Diane Oxborough

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Shelley Cushway Dip, Cbh, Hyp

Acting 'as if' - experimenting with the change you want to develop

Posted by Shelley Cushway Dip, Cbh, Hyp 2208 Days Ago

Acting ‘as if’ As part of my work as a coach and therapist I regularly ask my clients to work hard during sessions and / or complete homework in between sessions.  This sometimes entails using their imagination in session, either in or out of hypnosis, to imagine being in a situation they wish to master, using specific... [read more]

Honey Lansdowne

The real secret to getting motivated

Posted by Honey Lansdowne 2335 Days Ago

So you want to know the real secret to getting motivated? Like so many secrets to success, it’s very simple! The real secret to getting motivated is to clear the blocks. Yes that’s it. But let me explain why. Clear your blocks to get motivated Smart people know that Hypnotherapy is a powerful tool to achieving the things you want to in life... [read more]

Debbie Stanton

Our subconscious mind doesn't know the difference between what is real and what is not. Therefore even if you only 'think' worst case scenarios or have anxious thoughts of any kind, then that is what your subconscious will perceive as real and will respond accordingly. Think of our subconscious minds as our protection mechanism, if it feels... [read more]

Honey Lansdowne

Why everything you think about Hypnosis is probably wrong

Posted by Honey Lansdowne 2397 Days Ago

So how can I be so sure that everything you think about Hypnosis is probably wrong? Well for two reasons. When I have free consultations with clients they usually have questions about Hypnosis which I like to sort out and answer as fully as I can before their sessions. And also, in preparation for this article, I... [read more]

Diane Oxborough

Many people don’t realise it’s possible to become a non-smoker easily, comfortably and without any cravings at all.  If you were to consider the fact that just 48 hours after your last cigarette your body is completely nicotine-free, you might ask yourself, “What exactly are withdrawal symptoms?”  Physical cravings are largely the result of conditioned responses – a... [read more]

Steven Blake

From Pain to Hope!

Posted by Steven Blake 2584 Days Ago

The 5 lies of Fibromyalgia Fibromyalgia is not only a hidden illness; most of what is written about it is either irrelevant or simply untrue. Lie #1, The cause is unknown. Lie #2, There is no “cure.” Lie #3, There will be a pharmaceutical answer. Lie #4, People with Fibro all have the same illness. Lie #5, Being a Fibro Warrior is a... [read more]

Vicky Mcleod

Does Hypnotherapy Actually Work?

Posted by Vicky Mcleod 2813 Days Ago

A question I'm asked often as a hypnotherapist is whether hypnotherapy actually works. Hypnosis is actually a natural state, a level of altered awareness like those we can gently go in and out of ourselves through our day. For example, when concentrating on a task, and very deeply involved in it, you’ll notice time seems to... [read more]

Theresa Borg

Hypnotherapy, in my experience, is a fast, easy to access, and relatively cheap quit smoking aid. A hypnosis session is usually completed in a single, two hour session, is completely safe, and if you choose the right therapist, will allow you to not only leave your session as a non-smoker, but can also help you to have... [read more]

Vicky Mcleod

Changing on the Inside to Improve the Outside

Posted by Vicky Mcleod 2814 Days Ago

It’s not enough to tell people who are fearful to be courageous. It’s not enough to tell people who lack confidence that they should be more confident, relax, or just be themselves. It’s not enough to tell people who are sad, that if they change their thinking they will feel happy. It’s not enough to tell... [read more]

Doug Buckingham

Whenever I do a talk or workshop about hypnosis, one of the first questions that I like to ask the group is how many people have ever experienced hypnosis. With a smaller group that are there to study, you might get 40-50pct of the group raising their hands; and with a larger audience for a talk,... [read more]

Hayley Kiemel

Is Stress Making You Sick?

Posted by Hayley Kiemel 3001 Days Ago

The fact is a small amount of stress is good for us. It helps to motivate and focus us on achieving a goal or target. The problem is, we were never designed for chronic stress. Actually, we evolved to use the stress response to survive. The thing is we no longer live in caves and we... [read more]

Lawrence Michaels

Hypnosis and self hypnosis- Part 2

Posted by Lawrence Michaels 3104 Days Ago

This is the second article of two parts on self hypnosis, with a focus on the practical learning of how to use self hypnosis to achieve a specific outcome.  Once you are able to enjoyably enter the state of trance easily in your own unique way through exploring some or all of the techniques described in my... [read more]

Lawrence Michaels

Hypnosis and self hypnosis- part 1

Posted by Lawrence Michaels 3104 Days Ago

This is the first of two parts where I am going to be talking about hypnosis and self hypnosis. By the end of this article you will know more about what Hypnosis is, why it can be so helpful and also gain a practical understanding of how to enjoy the benefits of self hypnosis. In part... [read more]

Suzanne Coldwell

Be The Best That You Can Be!!

Posted by Suzanne Coldwell 3107 Days Ago

I truly believe that we are on this planet to shine and to be the best that we can possibly be. We are all doing the best we can with the knowledge that we have at that particular time.  As Marianne Williamson said "Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?  Actually, who are you... [read more]

Graeme Harvey

Hypnotherapy the second oldest profession in the world

Posted by Graeme Harvey 3132 Days Ago

Hypnotherapy in its various guises has been around for thousands of years. In ancient China, India, Egypt and Greece they had sleep clinics where patients were given a healthy diet and treated to suggestion through meditation etc. The title of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy was coined by a Scottish Surgeon James Braid around 1848 and the modality... [read more]

Steven Blake

Hypnosis Q&A, a Great Experience Explained

Posted by Steven Blake 3133 Days Ago

Hypnosis is a very pleasant experience.  I have written this Q&A as some people are apprehensive about it or have mistaken views about what it is, what it does and who is in charge.  Most of the misapprehension comes from stage hypnosis and films where people appear to be taken over and do things beyond their... [read more]

Cathryn Todd

The Mind-Body Connection

Posted by Cathryn Todd 3133 Days Ago

It is becoming more widely recognized that there is a connection between our thoughts and feelings, and how they affect us physically, and ultimately determine the state of our health.  There is a lot of media attention on the foods we eat and how our environment can affect us.  Issues such as obesity, stress, depression, anxiety and... [read more]

Julie Modla

Owning your story

Posted by Julie Modla 3146 Days Ago

Maybe we find it easier to stay quiet than to share our stories? Maybe for the fear of exposure, or the fear of exposing our emotions? Emotions that we don't want to discuss even when it affects our wellbeing? Many men and women have a difficult time putting our thoughts into the open for the fear of... [read more]

Steven Blake

Understanding Your Issue

Posted by Steven Blake 3146 Days Ago

You know that voice in your head? You know, that one that tells you bad stuff and brings on thoughts and emotions you would rather not have. And if you are thinking “what voice” – that’s the one.  Well, it’s not you! Yes that’s right it’s not you. Nor is it your ego, or your unconscious or... [read more]

Adeline Kam

Dare to be Different

Posted by Adeline Kam 3156 Days Ago

Hypnotherapy for Emotional Detox gives you the courage to be unique, to stand out – to be yourself.     How is that possible?  Unresolved emotions from the past, whether it is the recent or distant past still drive your behaviour; albeit, unconsciously. Like the bars of a cage, these painful emotions keep you trapped, unable to move forward, to... [read more]

Steven Blake

Dealing With Power Crazy!

Posted by Steven Blake 3157 Days Ago

  A few years ago I came to the conclusion that in a relationship "the one who loves the least has the power in that relationship". As with all my lessons in life, as a therapist, I now share them where it is relevant and appropriate. When Jane (not her real name) seemed a little perturbed by my... [read more]

Steven Blake

Stuck in a never ending Loop?

Posted by Steven Blake 3157 Days Ago

  We all know what we should do and yet we struggle to do it. This is because very little of what we do is done consciously. Our unconscious processes drive most of everything we do. This is because of repetition and the learning process from it. When we know something and have done it many times... [read more]

Julie Modla

Every client wants change

Posted by Julie Modla 3157 Days Ago

Every client who picks up the phone, sends me an email or walks through my door, all want the same thing. They may want to give up smoking, cut down on the glasses of wine a night that they are drinking, Rid themselves of the fears and phobias that are preventing them from leading the full life... [read more]

Julie Modla

Regain control

Posted by Julie Modla 3161 Days Ago

Saying yes when you want to say no, neglecting to take care of yourself by ignoring your own feelings. Judging yourself, trying to live up to others expectations of us. There is an ideal of perfection, perfect husband/wife/partner, perfect home maker, perfect parent. What status we should aspire to, what lifestyle we should lead, becoming the... [read more]

Phil Richards

A Convincing case for Hypnotherapy

Posted by Phil Richards 3170 Days Ago

Firstly let me tell you what happened to me. I was a heavy smoker 20-40 a day and when the new law came into being that meant you could no longer smoke in the office or public building. The company I worked for was offering free hypnosis sessions for those who wanted to give up. I had... [read more]

Doug Buckingham

A common misconception about Hypnosis is that you “lose control” in some way and surrender your power to the therapist. This may arise from places where hypnosis has been used for entertainment, such as stage hypnosis, and other experiences that people haven’t fully understood. The reality is that losing control is a long way from the... [read more]

Lily Cameron

Why Diets Don't Work - And What To Do Instead

Posted by Lily Cameron 3202 Days Ago

As a hypnotherapist, one of the most common enquiries I receive relates to weight loss. With ominous headlines about the obesity crisis, models becoming ever thinner and celebrities castigated by the press for failing to "bounce back" just weeks after giving birth, it's no wonder that the diet industry is worth billions and eating disorders are... [read more]

Lawrence Michaels

NLP and Hypnotherapy for Weight Loss and Emotional Eating

Posted by Lawrence Michaels 3213 Days Ago

As a Hypnotherapist and NLP Coach I have helped a lot of people to lose weight, with overeating and emotional eating being the main difficulty. It can be a sensitive and emotionally distressing subject and it's because people can get so unhappy, that they often come and see me. Nearly everyone will tell me that they desperately want... [read more]

Niki Cassar

Feeling lonely is something we’ve all experienced at some time in our life, but usually only for brief periods. But what happens when the inner feeling of loneliness becomes increasingly pervasive and we can’t shake it off?  How do we cope with it?  More importantly, how can we be free of it? The long term effects of... [read more]

Niki Cassar

Occasional anxiety or panic attacks are experienced by one in ten people.  For some people, these can become increasingly regular. The unpleasant symptoms of these attacks cause anxiety about when the next one might occur, which in turn can lead to further attacks. The increasing regularity of attacks causes the sufferer to avoid situations where cause... [read more]

Leslie Staines

Hypnotherapy And That Voice In My Head

Posted by Leslie Staines 3224 Days Ago

Our interaction with the world about us is formulated by our perspective and already held views of ourselves.  “What does that person think of me now?” “Are there any lumps or bumps showing?” “Is my tie straight?” “Will I get that job?” “Oh no! I can’t give a presentation”, “Everybody is now looking at me.” “I... [read more]

Emma Reed

I had an interesting conversation the other day. I was asked if anyone can hypnotise a person, or if you need special skills to be able to do it. I found this a fascinating insight into the generally held misperceptions of what hypnosis is. I mean really there is no mystery to what I do. Being... [read more]

Debbie Winstanley

Transform Your Thoughts, Transform Your Life

Posted by Debbie Winstanley 3229 Days Ago

Hypnotherapy is about communicating with the unconscious mind. That larger 90% part of the mind that so often controls the decisions we make and the behaviours we display. In other words, the programming we have undergone since childhood (by family, teachers etc), which so often influences the way we react to the world, and in fact... [read more]

Lawrence Michaels

Public Speaking Tips

Posted by Lawrence Michaels 3231 Days Ago

Having a fear of speaking in public is one of the commonest fears in the world, affecting most people to some degree, especially if they haven’t had much experience of speaking in public. Here are my top tips, based both on my personal experience and through the many clients I have helped: Visualise giving your speech. This is probably the most... [read more]

Lawrence Michaels

5 Simple Tips to Overcome Anxiety And Panic

Posted by Lawrence Michaels 3231 Days Ago

I see so many clients who have anxiety related concerns, whether that be severe PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Panic Attacks through to having a fear of public speaking. So I have written below some fairly simple and effective options which anyone can use to help their situation. They are not in any specific order of... [read more]

Sandy Hector

If you were to choose a hypnotherapist, how would you go about it?  First of all, and most importantly, choose a hypnotherapist with suitable qualifications, then find out how they work and what their fees are. If you have a specific problem that you are seeking help for, ask how their therapy will help you. A good hypnotherapist... [read more]

Vikki Holloway

Beliefs: Are You Living Your Best Life?

Posted by Vikki Holloway 3232 Days Ago

Have you ever wondered why you life is the way it is?  Do you consider yourself to be living the best life you possibly can? Are you enjoying your life or are there things that hinder you but you are not sure why? Most of us only think about these things during reflection after a time of... [read more]