A Different Kind of Therapy
“The first step is always the hardest, the step of decision. You want change but do not want it to be a long drawn out process where it’s never ending? Well let me help you”
My approach at Change Your life is to coach you into getting the results you need where we will work together in order to achieve that, safely and proficiently with long lasting changes so you get the life you want.
Perhaps you have been wanting to make changes for some time but somehow felt too busy, got side tracked or weren’t ready?
As a qualified Hypnotherapist and certified practitioner in Havening and a master practitioner in NLP, I use a blend of therapies that work with the psychological and neurological aspects of the brain, to enable you to make changes for long lasting results.
My approach is to get you the changes you need and want, fast, effectively and safely, with a laid back style where we are in it together. Whether you are looking to quit smoking, lose weight, reduce stress, manage anger or simply change your habits, my mission is simple… to expertly help, guide and support you to make those changes.
Using a unique integrated blend of advanced NLP, Hypnotherapy and Havening techniques, you’ll make simple, rapid and powerful changes, meaning you can get on with living your life to its fullest.
Where I can help you?
While alcohol can have a very temporary positive impact on our mood, in the long term it can cause big problems for our mental health. It’s linked to a range of issues from depression and memory loss to suicide
Relationships are the essence of life, they give it meaning and purpose. When they go well, then we can feel at our best and very positive, however when they do not go well they can have a very negative impact on us.
People believe that change is very difficult to achieve, but change can be brought about very easily and quickly all it takes is the desire to do it. How-ever it’s maintaining the lasting changes that takes more time and practice.
Do you find yourself asking the question of ‘Why does it always happen to me?’ ‘I regret doing that’(over and over), ‘What if I lose my job/relationship?’, ‘What if I fail?’…..Sound familiar?
Are you fed up of thinking the same negative thoughts but feel powerless to change them? Do you feel your behaviour is out of control and you would like to change it? I can help you deal with these issues.
If you’ve ever tried and failed to lose weight before then you probably know just how frustrating it can be – especially when feelings like stress, low self-esteem, sadness and boredom crop up.
Whether you are an actor, a singer, a musician in a band or a public speaker you may encounter feelings of nervousness before an act, which can be extremely helpful with our performance.
A phobia is a fear response in your body that is reacting to great big scary pictures in your head. These pictures are huge and look very big and fearful. Your brain sees them and responds accordingly.
We all experience feelings of anxiety, worry and fear from time to time. These are normal responses to certain situations. For example, you might be worried about an upcoming interview for a job, or that you are able to pay a bill on time.
Do you often want to do things but don’t feel you have enough confidence to do it? We can learn to deal with the inner critical voicethat tells us that we are not good enough or that we can’t do something
Are fears holding you back such as dropping the ball, fear of missing a goal or shot, or just not feeling good enough to be picked for the team? Maybe you want to relax more, feel more focused or in control?
Being constantly criticised by family, friends, and society tends to slowly strip us of our feelings of self -worth. Our low self- esteem strips us of the self- confidence to make even the smallest of decisions.
Anger drives us to make changes and accomplish things personally. It motivates us to speak up and communicate our feelings, to define our boundaries and protect ourselves from being taken advantage of.
Have you wanted to give up smoking but felt you couldn’t break the habit? Have you tried giving up and felt frustrated when you relapsed back in to the habit? You are not alone, look no further.
Your body’s reaction to arousal can be negative or positive, as you may feel about going on a date or jumping out of a plane or it can be feelings of worry or frustration when multiple competing demands are on you.
(OCD) affects people differently. Compulsions arise as a way of trying to reduce or prevent the harm of the obsessive thought. However, this behaviour is either excessive or not realistically connected at all.
Havening can change the way a traumatic memory is held biologically, allowing that memory to become insignificant enough to strange the structure and the way it is held so when you think about it.
Success in life is no success unless it has meaning …. The search for life’s meaning has provided much philosophical, scientific, theological debate but what it means is the meaning YOU give it.