• I Use Effective Process To a Better Result

    This process follows three stages in each session


    Find Triggers,

    Events, Negative Thoughts

    First identify the problem and triggers, emotions, limiting beliefs associated with it.


    Clear Negative Emotions and


    The next step is to clear up and heal all past events and emotions which enable the problem to keep being present.


    New Outcome, Positive Emotions and Thoughts

    Third step is to ensure the positive emotions are in place of the past negative emotions as well as associated thoughts, leading to positive results.

  • Coaching

    Coaching is partnering with you in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires you to maximize your personal and professional potential, which is particularly important in today’s uncertain and complex environment. I honor you as the expert in your life and work and believe you are creative, resourceful and whole. I listen to you in a non-judgmental way and support you to make new decisions and take actions on your personal and professional life goals. Standing on this foundation, I do the following:

    • Discover, clarify, and align with what you want to achieve
    • Encourage your self-discovery
    • Elicit your best self-generated solutions and strategies
    • Hold you responsible and accountable to get the outcomes you want

    This process will help you dramatically improve your outlook on work and life, while improving your leadership skills and unlocking your potential.


    All sessions are entirely confidential, letting you openly discuss how you feel and what you are thinking. My role means I am open, honest and approachable and it is just as important that you too are able to be open and honest with me.


    After you start to experience the results of coaching you will want even more!

    Clinical Hypnotherapy

    Hypnotherapy is a form of complementary therapy that utilises the power of positive suggestion to bring about subconscious change to our thoughts, feelings and behaviour.


    The process itself aims to alter our state of consciousness in a way that relaxes the conscious part of the mind while simultaneously stimulating and focusing the subconscious part. This heightened state of awareness - reached using skilled relaxation techniques - allows me to then make appropriate suggestions for new outcomes for you, e.g. being more confident/being relaxed/stopping smoking etc.


    When might hypnotherapy be useful?


    Your unconscious mind works a lot like a computer. It is programmed through the five senses and based on the past experiences your automatic habits and behaviours, including thinking patterns, limiting beliefs, motivations etc. are created. This is pretty much for everything, for example how you eat your dinner with knife and fork is an automatic habit. You are doing it unconsciously.


    The unconscious also wants to keep you safe. So if you feel fear, anxiety, stress or in the events of phobia, or many other things I work with my clients on, this behaviour is directly at odds with what you actually want. For example, feeling of failure, experiencing deep fear and panic attack when doing something new is directly at odds with actually wanting to do that action. This is why Clinical Hypnotherapy can be so powerful; because it is possible to create new behaviours at the back of learning new skills or feeling certain way such as feeling calm, feeling at peace.

    On most occasions changing behaviour consciously is very hard, and often impossible. Think of someone who wants to lose weight, yet keeps eating cake; or someone who is nervous at giving presentations. While they consciously know what you need to do, how to be, still the unconscious takes over. This is because you cannot consciously control the unconscious.


    Hypnotherapy is widely endorsed as a treatment for habit breaking, stress-related issues, anxiety, to increase confidence, and for a range of long-term conditions, and in recent years has been gaining steam in the medical world after a recommendation from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recognised hypnotherapy as a treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).


    What happens in the session?


    First, we will have a chat to discuss what you hope to achieve and agree what methods I will use.

    After this, I may:


    • lead you into a deeply relaxed state

    • use your agreed methods to help you towards your goals – for example, suggesting that you don't want to carry out a certain habit

    • gradually bring you out of the hypnotic state


    You're fully in control when under hypnosis and don't have to take on my suggestions if you don't want to.

    If necessary, you can bring yourself out of the hypnotic state.


    Hypnosis doesn't work if you don't want to be hypnotised.


    Please note I am accredited by the AIP Institute.

    Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

    ‘The Language of Your Mind’


    Our reality is constructed based on our experience of the world. NLP refers to subjective matter of reality. It is an effective and practical model to help clients make positive changes rapidly at both conscious and unconscious level. This is done conversationally, or in hypnosis through language, thoughts, and behaviours.


    What NLP Stands for


    Neuro stands for neurology, how we sense the world through our senses.

    Linguistics refers to the way that our internal and external language affects our perception of the world and creates behaviours.

    Programming refers to the notion that the neural network pathways are programmed to work in predictable ways, or on other ways the behaviour that we show.


    NLP is a methodology of modelling. It is the process of recognising patterns of excellence and defining them in such a way that others can use them.


    NLP requires both an attitude of curiosity and scientific but playful approach to experiment beyond the traditional paradigms. NLP is not so much interested in the 'why' but in the 'how' to get results.


    NLP is a process of discovery that leaves behind it a trail of techniques. The techniques that I use with clients make positive changes in their thoughts and behaviours are the results of applying the NLP methodology of modelling.


    NLP focuses on the future. It works to explore an individual’s future possibilities and solutions, rather than revisiting and analysing past experiences. While revisiting the past happens in the sessions as part of the process, I focus on making the change towards the positive outcome you aim for.

    Time Based Technique

    The NLP time line technique is a psychological tool that allows you to effectively rewrite your past and pre-write your future. It does this by providing you with a mechanism to change the meanings and associations of past bad experiences as well as install useful, positive beliefs for your future.


    Whether we are aware of how we do or not, we all represent our experiences as taking place along a timeline of our lives. These internal representations of the past, present and future will be slightly different from individual too individual, but they will have a lot in common.


    To find out how you represent your own time line, close your eyes for a moment and think of something that happened to you quite recently, after a few seconds switch to thinking of an experience that happened many years ago. Notice where that experience seems to be relative to your position, a good indication is if slightly turn your head or look towards. Now repeat the same thing for an imagined future experience.


    This should have given you a rough idea of your internal time line. Many people experience the past as behind them while the future is in front, others the timeline runs from one side to the other, and these are by no means the only options. It doesn’t matter how your mind represents the timeline idea just try to notice how it does.


    Using time line once again working with the unconcious. Often, whilst clients cannot recall consciously where certain feeling, behaviour or limiting belief originate from, through time line they can recall and resolve the past event or a chain of events and move to a new future.

    Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT)

    IEMT is a brief therapy that utilises simple eye movements and questioning techniques to change a particular thought pattern that may be problematic for you.


    IEMT techniques help to create change by rapidly reducing unwanted feelings to help you to resolve issues. Moving our eyes in certain ways appears to link to the part of the brain that stores our memories and emotions. This can lead to rapid release and relief. IEMT can also show you why you may repeat unwanted behaviours and how to deal with this without the need for digging into the past.


    Unlike many psychological therapeutic processes, IEMT does not require you to disclose lots of details about your experience or give details about troublesome events. It is in effect a “secret therapy”. Disclosure is not required and your secrets remain secret.



    • Has applications in resolving PTSD and trauma
    • Traumatic imagery is largely irrelevant to the process
    • Addresses imprints of emotion for creating kinaesthetic change
    • Is a model built around addressing and resolving The 5 Patterns of Chronicity
    • Addresses imprints of identity for creating change in self concept
    • Uses eye movement as the dominant mechanism for change
    • By design readily creates introspection and an alpha state with free floating imagery
    • Developed from an original idea from Steve and Connirae Andreas by Andrew T. Austin

    It is important to note that the results vary from person to person and are not guaranteed. Whilst I give 100% of my skills and experience I cannot guarantee a success as this varies on each individual situation.

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