How Can I Help You?
I am so pleased to welcome you to my website.
From time to time, we all need some extra help or guidance through life’s trickier moments and the fact that you’re here today, reading about the benefits of hypnotherapy, is a courageous and positive step. Whether you are experiencing relationship difficulties, weight issues, low self-esteem, phobias, addiction, stress, anxiety or trauma, I can help and support you.
I specialise in integrated hypnotherapy (hypnotherapy combined with other therapeutic disciplines such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and help clients suffering from trauma or PTSD as an Advanced BLAST Technique ® Practitioner.
Sessions are available in person or online via Skype or Zoom.
Your Hypnotherapy Experience
Hypnotherapy is a collaboration between the client and the therapist. During your first consultation a suitable treatment plan will be established and you will receive a full hypnosis. Hypnosis is often described as being similar to the state between wakefulness and sleep. Although there is no right way to feel, many people experience a sense of calmness, tranquillity and a feeling of deep physical and mental relaxation. You may hear every word or none at all, you may have an altered sense of time or feel completely normal. You are aware and in control of your thoughts, your privacy and what you say or do at all times.
“Anna’s professionalism was remarkable and I felt that I could really put my trust in her.”
I aim to make each session as nurturing and as comfortable as possible regardless of the intensity of the issue you wish to work on.
You can relax in the chair, cover yourself with a blanket if you wish and feel safe and secure as you work towards making positive change.
The BLAST Technique® to Help Process Trauma
Neuroscience research shows that structures in the right side/hemisphere of the brain are overactive and acting as if there is an immediate threat in sufferers of PTSD and trauma. The BLAST Technique® utilises precise bi-lateral movements with a light pen (which helps the memory access the left side/hemisphere of the brain) and specific suggestions to the client which helps reprocess the traumatic event so they understand what happened and can remember, but it no longer has any physical or emotional response.
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