Covid-19 working: I’m currently working with clients online via Zoom, Google Meet or Facebook video messaging. I’m also offering bespoke hypnotherapy recordings. I will return to face-to-face work when it feels safe to do so and in line with Government guidelines. It is unlikely that this will be before late July.
I’ve lived with anxiety for most of my life, with occasional bouts of depression thrown in. It’s been a long journey to recovery and I’ve tried so many different therapies and approaches along the way. Besides prescription medication, hands-on therapies and a daily mindfulness practice, one of the things that’s helped me to manage my anxiety the most has been hypnotherapy. Now I’d like to help others explore how to make the changes they need to lead a more fulfilling life.
My clinical hypnotherapy training spanned 12 months and I trained with the Leeds Hypnotherapy Academy. I’m a full member of the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council.
As well as my hypnotherapy qualification and personal experience of life’s challenges, I hold Level 2 certificates in both Counselling and Mental Health Awareness. As a result, whilst hypnotherapy may be beneficial for a range of issues, I’m particularly interested in helping people overcome anxieties.
A little known fact about me: I’m a natural mimic, and have a bit of a talent for accents and impersonations.