Category: hypnotherapist

OCD Hypnotherapy and EFT

Help for OCD sufferers using Hypnotherapy and EFT

OCD Hypnotherapy and EFT can help you get your life back. About 1 in 50 people suffer from OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). OCD is a particular form of obsessive thinking and worrying over something or a compulsion to carry out a specific task or routine. Obsessional thinking takes the form of intrusive thoughts such as […]

Need help with depression?

Need help with depression? Try EFT

Using EFT to help with depression EFT or Emotional Freedom Technique is an Energy Psychology technique that has it’s roots in Chinese medicine and acupuncture. In this technique the client will tap with their fingers on acupressure points at the same time as verbalising their issues. Emotional Freedom Technique is a technique that anyone can […]

Does Blushing Embarrass You?

Hypnosis for Blushing & Anxiety Disorders

Does Blushing Embarrass You? Blushing is generally triggered by a perceived embarrassment or anxiety. When we blush (and we all do at some time or other) it is an involuntary experience triggered by the Sympathetic Nervous System. When we are embarrassed or under stress the nervous system opens the blood vessels below the surface of […]

Driving Test

Help pass your driving test with hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy can help you pass your driving test Taking a driving test can be quite daunting especially when it may have been many years since taking any kind of exam or test. The modern driving test is rigorously marked (but not as tough yet as for instance in Germany) and over 50% of entrants will […]

Does depression affect you?

Does depression make you feel helpless and hopeless?

Does depression affect you? Anyone who has experienced depression knows what a debilitating state it can be with seemingly uncontrollable feelings of sadness or anxiety, loss of interest in life and feeling hopeless and helpless. There are many reasons people can suffer from depression. It could be bereavement, loss of something important in their lives […]