Cognitive Hypnotherapist London. Before becoming a Cognitive Hypnotherapist in London, I spent 14 years working as a personal assistant and an administrator at some huge national companies. So I know all about the stresses and strains of the corporate world.
I’ve spent my working life taking care of people. First, in my 11 years as a nanny. Then 14 years in the corporate world. Now, as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist London, I’m lucky enough to be making real and positive changes to my clients’ lives every day.
What I can help you with:
If you’re struggling with anxiety or depression, I can help. If you’re keen to break an addiction or say goodbye to a bad habit, I can help. If you are worried about your children’s phobia and anxiety or if you’re concerned about your job performance and results, guess what? I can help.
My qualifications and experience:
- Diplomas in Cognitive Hypnotherapy, Analytical Hypnotherapy and Anatomy and Physiology
- Hypnotherapy practitioner diploma (HPD)
- General qualification in hypnotherapy practice (GQHP)
- Neuro-linguistic programming master practitioner (NLP master practitioner)
- Specialist smoking cessation training – the Simmons Method
- Confident childbirth hypnobirthing trained
- Specialist in Children’s Hypnotherapy
- Parts integration training – Dr Brian Roet
- Member of General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR)
- Member of National Council of Hypnotherapy (NCH)
- Member of the Central Register of Smoking Cessation Therapists (CRSST)
I’ve trained as a hypnotherapist under John Moonie at Hypno Perth in Scotland. Also with Trevor Silvester at the internationally recognised Quest Institute in London’s Regents University which uses an evidence based approach as follows: Quest Cognitive Hypnotherapy (QCH) launched a unique research project in 2011. Using a team of QCH therapists, clients with anxiety and depression were assessed using the same outcome measures currently used to assess the effectiveness of talking therapies within the NHS. The pilot study was published in the Mental Health Review Journal in 2015. It recorded that, using 118 cases measuring the effectiveness of Cognitive Hypnotherapy for the treatment of depression and anxiety, 71% considered themselves recovered after an average of 4 sessions. This compared to an average of 42% for other approaches using the same measures (like CBT). To our knowledge, this is the only hypnotherapy approach to have been validated in this way. For further information concerning the research project and pilot study released in the Mental Health Review Journal please visit the evidence-based therapy research page.
I’m a member of the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH), and I adhere to their strict code of ethics. Members must be insured for public liability and professional indemnity. Therefore my membership also involves taking a certain amount of continuous professional development each year. This development means I can give my clients the best treatment possible.
At the end of 2015,
I was delighted to find out that I was a finalist as a hypnotherapist in the Health & Wellness category at the