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My interests in hypnosis and hypnotherapy developed many years ago when I used self-hypnosis to help with some difficulties I was having. I was amazed at the instant and striking results. I was fascinated by the power of hypnotherapy and intrigued to learn more. I became keen to extend the benefits to others, so I trained to become a hypnotherapist. I now enjoy helping my clients overcome difficulties and realise their potential using hypnosis.


I am a fully-qualified and insured Clinical Hypnotherapist. I trained with the Anglo European College of Therapeutic Hypnosis and gained my Practitioners Diploma from them and the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH). I also hold a Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming diploma from the Anglo European College of Therapeutic Hypnosis. I’m a registered Member of NCH and the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR). Only 20% of practicing Hypnotherapists hold this level of qualification, most simply have a certificate of hypnotherapy.


Prior to becoming a hypnotherapist, I spent 15 years working with charities including Oxfam and a hospice for Children and Young Adults. My roles included Event Management and Fundraising. I studied Geography at university and have done research projects in Mozambique and Mali as well as having some adventurous times working in France, Switzerland, Israel and Austria.


Outside of my hypnotherapy work, I love camping trips, swimming in the sea, pottery and going on adventures with my husband and our young son.





Anxiety                  Stop smoking           Phobias


Pain control       Confidence       Panic attacks       


Irritable bowel syndrome         Issues with food           


Public speaking        Sports performance


Compulsive behaviour        Exam nerves       Stress


Procrastination        Confidence and shyness


Insomnia and sleep problems       Bad habits










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