Life today is causing more of us to suffer from stress and stress related illnesses. With busy schedules it is even harder to relax. Hypnotherapy can help you to achieve a deep state of relaxation so that you can refresh your mind and body and be better able to cope with the stress of daily life. 

You may be seeking a safe alternative to anti-depressants or sleeping tablets through complementary therapies such as hypnotherapy, which not only relieves the symptoms but can also tackle the root cause of them.

Hypnotherapy can help to break certain behaviour patterns such as nail-biting, blushing and over-eating. It can help to overcome job interview, exam or driving test nerves, phobias (flying, heights, spiders, water), and panic attacks. It can improve confidence and self-esteem, public speaking or sports performance. It can help with the physical symptoms of grief or separation by releasing pent up emotions and heals emotional wounds. 

During an initial consultation the process of hypnotherapy is explained more fully and your specific needs would be discussed. A course of therapy will be devised to meet your individual needs and the number of sessions needed will depend upon your specific problem or concern.

Margaret Cook – Hypnotherapist

M.Ed  Dip Hypn  MBACP

About the author: Margaret is a qualified counsellor and clinical hypnotherapist and has been in private practice for 21 years