Can hypnotherapy help me? The answer is probably ‘yes’!
I first registered with UKCP in January 2015, after four years of training. Since that time I must have racked up well in excess of 4,000 hours of experience. I’ve expanded my hypnotherapy practice to cover Reading, Oxford, Wallingford, Thame, London and surrounding areas. I believe that I’ve now seen pretty much everything a hypnotherapist could reasonably expect to see.
This past year has seen people contact me in droves. Perhaps it’s the videos I put up on my website or perhaps word is spreading. Whatever it is, I’m grateful. My books are full to overflowing and I’m really enjoying meeting and helping so many new clients.
I’ve noticed, however, that more of the people who are contacting me are asking the same question: “can hypnotherapy help with (insert problem) ?”
The answer is almost always (barring psychiatric conditions or physical conditions which only medicine can touch) ‘yes!’
Hypnotherapy can help with anything to which emotions are attached. It can help with anything a counsellor or psychotherapist would work with. Even if it couldn’t, I’m trained to use those approaches too. I combine hypnotherapy with counselling and psychotherapy, as necessary, and you get the best of all worlds.
Resolved! Hypnotherapy has helped hundreds of people in Reading, Thame, Oxford and Wallingford
Hypnotherapy works because it gets to the root of the problem and resolves it, once and for all. This doesn’t mean we always have to go back into the past, raking things over. The root of the problem is that core belief or feeling from which everything else sprouts.
We call it the “process”in the trade. Hypnotherapy, when used to its full potential, doesn’t just work with symptoms. It tackles what lies beneath the issue you wish to see resolved.
My current caseload includes people with depression, bulimia, OCD, insomnia, eczema, emetophobia, stuttering, arachnophobia, asperger’s syndrome, a lack of confidence, anxiety attacks, alcohol misuse, relationship issues, erectile dysfunction, IBS, childhood abuse, perfectionism, exam anxiety and a general existential malaise. If I were to go back through the past few months then there’d be other people with a great number of other issues too. Hypnotherapy can and is helping them all.
But what if your particular problem isn’t mentioned on my website?
As I said above, hypnotherapy can help anything in which emotions are involved. If your emotions are rendering a problem worse, or are entirely responsible for its arrival in your life, then I could quite possibly help you to resolve it.
I have over 90 pages detailing my approach to various problems, difficulties and conditions. If, however, your problem isn’t amongst them then give me a call anyway. If I haven’t heard of it before then I have an experienced supervisor (all reputable therapists have one) who probably has.
Together we could render that problem of yours a thing of the past.
Hypnotherapy could set you free.
It’s certainly worth a ‘phone call to find out, isn’t it?
Give me a call on 07786 123736 or else email me via firstname.lastname@example.org
How could I help you?
If you’d like to find out how I could help you then simply contact me via this page here. I’ll be glad to talk with you.
I can be a part of the solution. I need you to feel confident and comfortable with me. So, give me a call or an email or simply complete the contact form below. I’ll happily talk with you in order to answer your questions. I hope you do feel that we can work together but if you’re unsure, get in touch as soon as you’re ready and find out.
N.B: There are some issues I am unable to work with. Clients with organic mental health issues such as schizophrenia or other forms of psychosis are not well-suited to hypnotherapy. Clients with anorexia nervosa who are not currently willing to be under close medical supervision are also advised to approach their GP before coming to see me. I’m not currently trained in hypnobirthing and recommend my fellow Reading therapist Clare Burgess for this purpose. I also have little belief or experience with working on ‘past life regression’ or similar concepts. If exploring these things is a goal then I would recommend finding a local therapist who has more of a belief in those things.