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Hypnosis and Wellbeing

Wellbeing

Hypnosis and Wellbeing     Wellbeing is not just about not being sick – it’s about every aspect of who we are and how we are: mind, body and spirit. When we enjoy a state of wellbeing all aspects of our life are in balance and harmony. Wellbeing is also not something that you do…

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Hypnosis and Autoimmune Conditions

Autoimmune Conditions – Can Hypnotherapy Help? Did you know that there are something like 23.5 million people affected by autoimmune diseases? Some of these autoimmune diseases are rare, but others such as Hashimoto Disease are much more common and are a leading cause of death and disability. Who might be affected by an autoimmune disease?…

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Addiction

Addiction

Addiction: What comes to mind when you hear the words “addict” and “addiction”? Think about it for a moment: What does an addict look like? How do they behave? How old are they? How do they fund their “habit”? What is it they are addicted to? How does it affect their life and their family?…

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Confidence

Confidence

Confidence How is it that some people seem to have bags of confidence and others really struggle? Well, some of the ways our confidence is built (or knocked back) comes through our life experiences, beginning when we are very young with the way our parents speak to us and respond to our behaviours, and then…

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Fears and Phobias

Fears and phobias

Fears and Phobias: What are they and how can hypnotherapy help? It seems like just about everyone is afraid of something or other! I recently conducted a 7 day poll on LinkedIn on this very subject; I was really overwhelmed by the response! In just 12 hours I had over 4000 views, and by the…

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Fear of Public Speaking

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Fear of Public Speaking Public speaking isn’t just about being in an interview or speaking to a meeting; it’s about communicating effectively with an audience, whether that’s one or 101! When someone experiences the Fear of Public Speaking or Glossophobia, it can come out of the blue or be a long standing condition; either way…

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Stress less with a pet

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Stress! Do you know the reasons why you feel stressed? Is it all the time, or particular times? Is it only on work days or 7 days a week? Is it a particular activity, place or person who makes you feel that way? Where in your body do you feel the stress? Is it in…

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Post-Lockdown Anxiety

post-lockdown anxiety

“Post-Lockdown Anxiety” – that’s a phrase that didn’t exist this time last year! This time last year we were just becoming more aware of  this new awful thing called Covid-19 or Coronavirus; it had been happening to people thousands of miles away, then suddenly it was happening here in the UK. Panic buying of toilet…

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Taking time to take time for you !

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Taking time to take time for you: 7 simple ways in which you can look after yourself, right now! Hi, how are you? No, how are you really? This third lockdown has been incredibly difficult for many people, especially for those with added responsibilities such as children or elderly parents. High infection and death rates…

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PTSD

ptsd

PTSD PTSD. or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, is defined by the nhs as a mental health condition caused by a traumatic experience. When you hear the term, perhaps you think of it as affecting someone who has served in the military so may have been involved in or witnessed traumatic events and been badly affected…

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