As long as you are alive, you have an opportunity to change your life. By changing your mind, you change your physiology. When you change your mind you also change who you are and the life you live.
In my experience no matter what life throws at you, it is one’s ability to shift, change and recover, that really enables one to grow. There is no real reason for living a life of suffering. In many cases there are things that one can do to alleviate, reverse or completely change any situation. Once you overcome your own self, the self that is holding you back, you can be who you want to be.
I use hypnosis, meditation, and guided visualisation to help you shift your perception and change your beliefs.
Since the mind and body are connected, thought affects physiology and physiology affects thought. With different tools the two-way cycle can be hacked and changed.
Whether it is working with you to uncover a root causes, helping you be grounded in the present, or setting the blueprint of your future, each part of the journey is shaped and formed by your participation.
By understanding how, when, and why you believe the things that you do, you are able to let go. By learning how to be present and live in the moment, you can enjoy your life, and by establishing and focusing on what you want, you can shape and affect your future.
I am a qualified and experienced Master Hypnotherapist and specialist Rapid Transformational Therapist (RTT®). I help people resolve and overcome problems ranging from stress, adrenaline addictions, depression, anxiety, eating and weight issues, and other general difficulties with direction, belonging, self-worth, confidence, imposter syndrome and the list goes on.
If you feel you have never been able to be yourself, don’t know who you are, or lost your way, I can help you find yourself and provide you with the tools you need to live your full potential.
If in doubt, contact me to discuss your issue, and find out if I’m the right therapist for you.
I am available for session online or in person at The Elysian Centre in Rye, East Sussex.