I first became interested in hypnosis at a young age. Later in life, hypnotherapy became very important to me when I experienced first-hand the impact and help it provided to a loved one. It was then that I left my job of producing accredited medical training programmes for the professional development of doctors and began training in hypnotherapy.
After much research, I began my training in February 2002. By September of that year, I received my Diploma in Advanced Structures Hypnotherapy with 96%.
During my training, I realised there are so many facets to hypnotherapy-browse the treatment section to see just how wide the treatment scope is.
My personal and professional interest in the well-being of individuals means that I regularly undertake training and re-training to increase my skill set.
I have my private practice in Paignton, but I also see clients across the region and internationally via home visits and skype.
Another aspect of my experience is that I can pass on my skills, knowledge through my hypnotherapy school. The difference between my school and many others is that I am a working professional. This means when my students are starting, I can provide them with realtime support.
More information on The Devon School of Hypnotherapy and the courses offered can be found here.
Professional qualifications, accreditations and memberships
Membership and accreditations
International Stress Management Association
General Hypnotherapy Register
National Health Service Trusts Association
National Council of Hypnotherapists Register of Evidence-Based Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist
ISMA | GHR | NHSTA | NCH | REBHP