Calm the mind and still the soul, If you believe you can do something, you will have a higher rate of success than if you believe you can't!


Hypnotherapy has been proven to assist with Stop Smoking, Weight Loss, Addiction, Chronic pain, Insomnia, Relaxation, Stress, Anxiety, Panic attacks, Phobias, Trauma, Grief, Bereavement, lack of Confidence, Regression and many other conditions.


Hypnotherapy can make a big difference to your home, study and working life, it can not only help us to manage the daily stress in this busy world but also give us the confidence to overcome fears, rewiring the brain to cope with dealing with more tasks than usual whilst retaining the ability to handle any added situations that may arise and remain calm.


Hypnotherapy is non addictive, it feels good, is suitable for almost everybody and has no harmful side effects. Many problems can be resolved in 2-4 sessions. Hypnosis is a simple state of relaxation and concentration along with a state of heightened awareness induced by suggestion.You will feel mentally and physically relaxed and your memory will be enhanced. You will be aware of everything that is happening, you will not be asleep and you cannot be influenced to do anything against your will or nature.


Recordings of each individual session are available delivered via email for download to mobile devices, tablet and PC, for home use, support and reflection.


Initial Consultation In Person - £30

Single Session 65 min£65


Course plans are priced individually


Session Recording for home use - £15


Quit Smoking / Weight Loss
This therapy is intensive and quite simply the best available. The success rate is exceptionally high. No drugs are used and there are no side effects and because there is no craving- there is no need to continually exercise will power. Hypnotherapy really is the easiest way to stop many addictions, smoking or over eating habit and it definitely lasts.


Panic Attacks / Phobias (e.g. crowds, heights, darkness, spiders, snakes, sleep, water etc)
When you suffer from panic attacks or a phobia you find that you cannot get to grips with the problem no matter how hard you try and no amount of well intended “help” from friends or family is likely to solve the problem – it can even make things worse. Although it may seem impossible to you now, analysis using hypnosis removes the problem by finding the cause – unless the cause is uncovered then the symptoms will continue.

Situational Anxiety (e.g. interviews, driving tests, exams, aeroplanes, dentists, stage fright etc)
These are classed as rational fears – a one off situation where the colly-wobbles take over. Many people dwell on situations so long that they are “blown up” out of all proportion. Hypnotherapy puts the problem into perspective and allows the client to face the task with increased confidence.


Nervous Tension / Depression / Acute Depression

Many of the daily stressful situations in life can lead to tension and irritability with major negative events such as divorce, death and redundancy causing acute depression. Hypnotherapy can help a person deal with the situation by using deep relaxation together with auto- suggestion for increased confidence. Clinical depression is a more permanent state – responding neither to the passage of time nor improved circumstances. Analysis using hypnosis reveals and deals with the originating cause- thus ensuring a complete and permanent cure.


Hypnosis and Medical Disorders
Some medical disorders have an emotional cause e.g. many cases of asthma, eczema, stomach ulcers, stammering, migraine, M.E, facial twitching, infertility, allergies, clinical depression, anorexia, bulimia amnesia, impotence etc. If the symptom is made worse by stress - then the root cause of the problem must be of emotional origin. Analysis using hypnosis uncovers the cause, which is then dealt with - thus ensuring a complete and permanent cure.



There was once an oyster whose story I tell, who found some sand had got into his shell,
It was only a grain, but it gave him great pain, for oysters have feelings although they’re so plain,
How did he berate the harsh workings of fate that had brought him to such a deplorable state?
Did he curse the government, cry for election and claim that the sea should of given protection?
“No” he said to himself, as he lay in his shell, since I cannot remove it, I shall try to improve it.
Now the years have rolled around, as the years always do and he came to his ultimate destiny…STEW.
And the small grain of sand that had bothered him so was a beautiful pearl all richly aglow.
Now the tale has a moral for isn’t it grand what an oyster can do with a grain of sand?
What couldn’t we do if we’d only begin with some of the things that get under our skin?