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What is Tinnitus?

The word tinnitus originates from the Latin word meaning to tinkle or ring like a bell. Tinnitus describes any sort of auditory disturbance in the ears.  This can range from hissing; musical tones, pulsating throbbing... Read more

From hypnotherapy sceptic to hypnotherapy champion, this is the moment a client rang the Vanessa Feltz BBC London Radio show to share how hypnotherapy helped him overcome 45 years of depression and chronic anxiety.

It was... Read more

Where does one start when considering the link between PTSD,  trauma and pain?  This will be the focus of my workshop during the Streatham Little Big Peace Relaxation Day.  I believe that combining hypnosis therapy, counselling and Havening can set us on a rapid... Read more

Revenge porn results when sexually explicit media contents such as pictures or videos of a person are shared in a public forum like magazines or more popularly and more recently, websites and blogs in the realm of social media.

The sensitive material is usually published without the... Read more

This is an update to a recent client testimonial for Interview Nerves that I recorded with Pauline.  You can find the original hypnotherapy testimonial here.... Read more

Going for an interview is very much like an exam.  No matter how knowledgeable you are about your industry, performance and delivery are what you get judged on, as much as your knowledge of the subject matter.  The prospective employer expects you to sell yourself and... Read more

Havening Techniques is being heralded as a new way of healing and was introduced to the United Kingdom in May 2013.  This innovative approach to healing is the brain child of Ronald Ruden, MD, PhD, who has spent the last decade developing it in collaboration with his twin... Read more

Cured of A Fear of Dentists
    
After 25 years of avoiding the dentists because of her dental phobia, two cracked teeth, tooth decay, and an abscess meant Catherine had to confront her worst fear.  With 4 days to go until her surgery, due to be done under full... Read more

More often than not, after introducing myself as a hypnotherapist, one of the first things I'm asked is, can a hypnotist hypnotize a person to do something against their will?

My answer often shocks.  Regrettably, the answer is yes, if the hypnotist is either down-right unethical, or... Read more

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