Weight management and hypnotherapy

Good news!   Hypnotherapy offers a unique solution-focused approach to weight management, particularly when methods like fasting and yo yo dieting have failed. It operates by tapping into the subconscious mind to reshape thoughts and behaviors around food. Unlike traditional diets or exercise regimes that often focus on willpower and external changes, hypnotherapy addresses the root causes of weight issues at a deeper, psychological level.

In our session together I guide the individual into a relaxed, trance-like state. In this state, the subconscious mind becomes more receptive to positive suggestions and behavioral changes. I use various techniques to increase motivation for healthy eating, reduce cravings for unhealthy foods, and enhance self-esteem and body image. These suggestions are tailored to the individual’s specific challenges and goals.

This method is solution-focused, meaning it aims to identify and resolve specific barriers to weight loss. For instance, it can help uncover and address emotional eating patterns, stress-related overeating, or negative self-talk that undermines weight management efforts. By reinforcing positive habits and reducing the psychological obstacles to weight loss, hypnotherapy provides a sustainable and holistic path to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight.

So, if your ready to move forwards please do get in touch.





Hypnotherapy for Anxiety and IBS

Title: Unveiling the Healing Power of Hypnotherapy: A Path to Tranquillity for Anxiety and IBS

In the bustling rhythm of modern life, the quest for peace becomes increasingly precious. Amidst the chaos, anxiety and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) often manifest as unwelcome companions, disrupting our daily equilibrium. Yet, amidst the myriad of solutions, a gentle yet powerful method quietly emerges: hypnotherapy.

Hypnotherapy, often misunderstood, operates on the principle of accessing the subconscious mind. Through a state of heightened awareness and deep relaxation, individuals willingly immerse themselves in a tranquil realm where the mind becomes receptive to positive suggestions. In this serene sanctuary, the intricate knots of anxiety begin to loosen, paving the way for a profound sense of calm. Similarly, the intricate dance between the gut and the brain in IBS finds solace in the gentle embrace of hypnotherapy, as it eases gastrointestinal distress and restores harmony within.

At its core, hypnotherapy transcends mere clinical treatment; it embraces a holistic approach that acknowledges the intricate connection between mind, body, and spirit. Through the artful guidance of a skilled practitioner, individuals delve into the depths of their inner selves, unravelling the threads of anxiety and IBS woven into their beings. In this sacred space, spiritual whispers echo softly, guiding the soul towards profound healing and transformation.

In a world brimming with noise, hypnotherapy emerges as a quiet yet potent ally in the journey towards inner peace. Through its gentle embrace, anxiety dissipates, and the turbulent waves of IBS subside, unveiling a serene landscape of tranquility. As we embark on this sacred voyage, let us remember that healing transcends the boundaries of the tangible; it is a quiet spiritual journey towards wholeness, guided by the gentle whispers of hypnotherapy.


Happiness is a fascinating area to discuss. I enjoy watching people’s faces when they are talking about some memory they love recalling. The face lights up like a christmas tree. Smiles widen and the eyes move around. If you could not hear the sound you would clearly see this person is talking about something they are happy to be talking about. So during therapy I encourage the client to tell me what has been good the past week. It can be little things like having more energy. Many clients share that the ‘sleep track’ makes a real difference to the amount of ‘quality sleep’ they get. The bonus ball here is people have more energy to do the things they enjoy which boosts their happiness levels. They start to feel less anxious and more positive as sleep patterns stabilise.

Recalling positive thoughts and images increases serotonin, improving happiness. Spending time with people that make you feel good again increases positive chemicals in the brain. You can start to feel happier using simple techniques and skills. I can teach you how to practice these skills in my sessions.