Hypnosis has been endorsed by the BMA (British Medical Association) as part of medical education since 1955 and is widely used to support people dealing with pain, stress, anxiety, phobia’s and habit disorders and many other psychological and medical issues. It is particularly helpful for people dealing with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state of selective focused attention which allows individuals to make changes to habitual thoughts and behaviours. It is most effective when used within a proven psychological approach which is why I have training both as a Clinical Hypnotherapist and a Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist.
Research has shown that people receiving CBT combined with hypnosis experience significantly better results than people who receive either therapy separately for certain issues. *Ongoing research and anecdotal observation continues to bear this out across many issues with many individuals.
• Kirsch, I., Montgomery, G., G&Sapirstein, G, Hypnosis as an Adjunct to Cognitive Behavioural Psychology. Issue 2 April 1995 p214-220
In addition I trained as a Fertile Body Practitioner and help support women with fertility issues and support through IVF.