B.A. (hons), FHEA, HPD
Born in Faversham, I have lived here most of my life because I love it.
I am passionate about the benefits hypnotherapy can bring to so many people. I love its effectiveness and seeing the progress in clients even from the first session. The power of our minds is extraordinary, and it is wonderful to tap into that power to improve our lives.
My interest in Hypnotherapy began when I was a child and my mother, a nurse, told me that she had seen it used in the London hospital where she trained and how effective it was.
Fast forward – after teaching students for many years , a friend asked me what I would really like to do and I said `train as a hypnotherapist` which surprised both of us but I started training straight away and have never looked back.
I now have a Diploma in Hypnotherapy and am a member of the National Council of Hypnotherapists. I hold professional indemnity insurance and abide strictly by the rules and code of conduct.
I firmly believe that with hypnotherapy so many people can make positive changes in their lives in so many areas. All it takes is the will to achieve that outcome.
Please call 07887350613 for the address of your local clinic.
What We Do
Non-judgmental conversations and personalised sessions to help you move forward. I know that each client is different and I will use the most suitable hypnotherapy methods according to your needs, to help you attain the outcome that you desire.
What Hypnotherapy and isn’t
Hypnotherapy is a gentle yet very powerful way to help bring about positive changes in a person`s life. It is a therapy which focuses a client`s imagination and subconscious to attain these changes by using the power of suggestion. This is facilitated by a trained professional who will use different methods to achieve the desired result.
Hypnotherapy can benefit a wide range of issues from fears and phobias to depression and PTSD.
It can also help with relaxation before a visit to the dentist or a driving test. A lasting effect can be the ability to be less distracted by negative thoughts and to feel centered and calm.
Most of us experience a hypnotic state several times throughout the day without realising what it is. i.e. when drifting off to sleep or simply daydreaming.