Hypnotherapy

about hypnotherapy

Hypnosis can at best be defined as a relaxed state of mind in which the subconscious mind is able to communicate with the conscious mind. Hypnotherapy is the process of using this relaxed state to encourage beneficial change.

Conditions that it has been used to treat

  • stress and anxiety
  • confidence and self esteem
  • panic attacks
  • fears and phobias
  • chronic pain
  • test and exam nerves
  • weight issues
  • Pain management
  • anxiety
  • developing positive habits (i.e. smoking cessation, weight loss)
  • insomnia and diabetes.

the fold natural therapy centre Practitioners

Peter Blake

Peter Blake

Hypnotherapist

 In my work, I use a combination of Hypnotherapy and NLP, together with general coaching techniques, which means that I have a wide range of skills at my disposal to help my clients improve their lives.

I am fully insured and registered with the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR) and the Association of NLP (ANLP). I am also an associate member of the British Psychological Society.

Treatment details...

HOW I WORK

In my work, I use a combination of Hypnotherapy and NLP, together with general coaching techniques, which means that I have a wide range of skills at my disposal to help my clients improve their lives.

GET IN TOUCH

www.pbcoachingandtraining.com

Tel: 07912 343265

TREATMENT DETAILS

I offer a free 30 minute no obligation chat so that I can answer any questions that you might have about Hypnotherapy and NLP.

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