Category: Mental Health

procrastination

Self-Hypnosis For Procrastination

We are now in the second week of staying at home, and the novelty has begun to wear off. Last week we were busy organising, planning and trying new things. Some of us are working from home, others are getting creative, and some have even begun the big spring clean. This week, however, is when procrastination starts to creep in....Continued

Child Phobia: How Hypnotherapy Helps

Hypnotherapy can effectively help  overcome child phobia As any hypnotherapist will confirm, supporting a child to overcome a fear is very rewarding. Knowing that they will go through life without something hanging over them only encourages us to reach further and to treat more suffering with a phobia. The vast majority of phobias are created in childhood. These tend to...Continued

Christmas and Hypnotherapy

  Hypnotherapy can support low mood and anxiety over the festive period   As the days draw shorter and the Christmas season is upon us, it is comforting to know that hypnotherapy is here to support you. It is especially valuable for those highly stressed and anticipating a less than merry Christmas. More than 12 million in the UK seek...Continued

Body Positive

From Diet-Obsessed to Body Positive

My unexpected but oh so worth it journey from being diet-obsessed to body positive I can’t recall exactly when my journey to becoming diet-obsessed began, but I know my journey to becoming body positive took me by surprise. There was a time around puberty, where I started wondering what boys thought of me. Of course, I wondered and worried the...Continued

Conception, fertility

How hypnotherapy could help With Conception

Fertility problems affect one in seven couples in the UK   According to NHS England, even fertile partners can take up to 2 years to become pregnant after they start trying*   There are many factors which can contribute to conception issues including: Hormonal disorders such as thyroid and PCOS Physical disorders such as weight Disorders of the reproductive system...Continued

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Is Hypnotherapy The New IBS Treatment?

  MedUni states that hypnotherapy is one of the most effective treatments for Irritable Bowel Syndrome.   For those with stress-related Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS, they have a distinctive microbial signature in their gut. Studies at MedUni, Austria, have found holistic therapies significantly more effective in treating the condition than symptomatic and probiotic treatments alone. Hypnotherapy specifically has shown...Continued

Football Players seeking Support For Mental Health

Recent figures show that more players are seeking support for mental health from the PFA.   278 more current and former football players than in 2018 have or are accessing therapy.   Football Association’s Prince William has spoken out, criticising football clubs for their attitude towards the mental health of their players. “Once you would never show any weakness, but...Continued

Self-Hypnosis

Self-Hypnosis Happiness

Self-hypnosis could help you to overcome difficult issues and situations in areas of your daily life.   For some, the idea of hypnosis conjures images of magicians telling us to “sleep” before “clucking” across a stage like some performing puppet. In stark contrast, hypnotherapy and self-hypnosis are quite the opposite. Hypnotherapy has been recognised as a talking therapy by the British...Continued

horse riding confidence

Horse Riding Confidence

After a series of accidents and falls, Jan found that even a simple hack on her horse was nerve-wracking. That's when she decided to take up her friend's recommendation and she came to me. After just two hours she was back in the saddle. She once again was enjoying fun rides, hacking with pleasure and horse riding with confidence. Read...Continued

New Year’s Resolutions Fizzled out?

We haven’t reached the end of January yet, but how are your new year’s resolutions? YouGov has released their poll of the top new year's resolution’s us Brits have set our sights on. Top 5 1. Eat Better | 2. Exercise More | 3 Spend Less Money | 4. Self Care | 5. Read More Books Almost half of the...Continued