and CBT are recognised forms of treatment for a very wide
range of conditions with a psychological or stress related
origin. These can include anxiety, panic, low mood, anger,
phobias, OCD, stress, nerves, negative thinking and stress
related insomnia. Hypnotherapy and CBT can also be
practically applied for performance enhancement as well as
being a useful aid in overcoming habits and addictions. Use
the "conditions" link above to see a full list of
application of hypnotherapy is highly flexible and every
treatment is naturally tailored to your own individual needs.
Modern hypnotherapy is practical, safe, non-invasive, and solution
focused, so you don't need to go through deep analysis to
be helped. With that said I am one of only a handful of
hypnotherapists in Bristol who practice hypnoanalysis and analytical
treatment is available if desired. Many difficulties can
be treated easily and painlessly. I also offer Cognitive
Behavioural Therapy or CBT as it is more commonly known.
I am an accredited therapist holding qualification to NVQ4
level (meeting national occupational standards) in both
hypnotherapy and CBT so you can rest assured that you are in
experienced professional hands.
Each of the
main link pages above are
kept deliberately brief so that you can access the information
you want quickly, but you will find a
great depth of information within the site if you wish to know
more by using the click through links.
There are a
limited number of slots available weekly for online webcam
sessions via Skype for people living at a distance or
internationally who would like to work with me. Please see
here for details.
You may also
wish to visit my sister site for in depth information about
anxiety, depression, and OCD, at www.anxietyspecialist.co.uk
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