Hypnotherapy in Nottingham

For help making those important changes in your life

If you are ready to change your life – I can help

Hypnotherapy can help if this feels familiar: “I know what I need to do, but there is something holding me back…” but also “Whatever do I do next…”

For information about hypnotherapy and hypnosis how it can help you and some research.

  • Hypnotherapy to help weight loss has been proven to be more effective than dieting in the long term. At 8 month and 2 year follow-ups, the hypnosis clients showed significant additional weight loss when compared to those on a behavioural weight-management program alone. * **
  • 80% or more of IBS patients respond well with hypnotherapy. * ***
  • Hypnotherapy has been shown to be twice as effective than nicotine gum and more effective than many other cessation methods *. ****

* As people are unique and are in individual situations, results vary case by case. Results proven for any issue are not a guarantee.

If you are looking for Hypnotherapy in Nottingham – I can help

I spend time finding out what is going on for you with a detailed analysis, how your mind works and the best way to help you make the changes you are looking for. I like to work in a facilitative way; clients are guided to make the changes in the way that they need using their subconscious mind.

  • Free initial consultation
  • Qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist
  • Confidential
  • Individually tailored therapy
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Practising since 2010
  • Evening appointments available in Carlton and at Tiger Boe in town
  • Parking available
  • MP3 and CD recordings available for use at home to reinforce work in the sessions

Hypnotherapy can help with:

  • anger
  • gambling
  • phobias
  • building confidence and self-esteem
  • pain relief
  • post traumatic stress (PTSD)
  • public speaking
  • exam stress
  • sports performance

(this list is by no means extensive as our mind and bodies are as one; helping one often helps the other) …

References for the studies above:

** Bolocofsky, D. N., Spinler, D., & Coulthard‐Morris, L. (1985). Effectiveness of hypnosis as an adjunct to behavioral weight management. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 41(1), 35-41.

*** Whorwell, P. J., Prior, A. L. I. S. O. N., & Colgan, S. M. (1987). Hypnotherapy in severe irritable bowel syndrome: further experience. Gut,28(4), 423-425.

**** Viswesvaran, C., & Schmidt, F. L. (1992). A meta-analytic comparison of the effectiveness of smoking cessation methods. Journal of Applied Psychology, 77(4), 554.

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