Have 'Talking Therapies', 'CBT' or 'Regular Hypnotherapy' not been enough?
Perhaps you're looking for a different kind of hypnotherapy, with someone who is an experienced psychotherapist too…
The Hypno-Psychotherapy that I do can best described as an 'interactive - mindful - psychotherapy'
Most people come to see me for help with: Addictions, Habits & Binging Anxiety & Panic Attacks Performance Problems & Nerves Phobias & Fears Trauma, Complex Trauma, and PTSD Sexual Difficulties (Men & Woman) Unexplained Physical Problems
MNCS Registered & Accredited therapist. Fully insured, qualified clinical hypnotherapist & psychotherapist. Over 20 years experience helping people make changes. I have provided services for Macmillan, NHS, Rehabworks, Relate, Schools & The Priory. I am trained in the following methods which I combine to help you at every stage of you getting to your 'best you'.
Hypno-Psyotherapy is an altered, inner focused state which helps people make changes. Unlike Hypnotherapy, Hypno-Psychotherapy can help work with and help deeper rooted concerns such as childhood trauma. I use inner child work as well as other methods such as emdr to help.
'All hypnosis is self hypnosis' is a common saying, which means hypnosis is not something that's done to you. Rather hypnotherapy - like all therapy - is a collaborative process. I help by helping to access your locked away subconscious experiences (the deeper you), and for you to start to become your own healing therapist. The type of hypnotherapy I do is not the 'asleep type hypnosis', you may have come across, it's not cleche "imagine you're relaxing on beach" type of hypnotherapy.
You will be in awake and engaged through the process. Think of it as more like an interactive, mindful type of psychotherapy. Hypno-Psychotherapy might not be like you expect, and not like the fake hypnosis you have probably seen on stage/TV.
Chris Rudyard MNCS Accredited Office 19, Mersey House 140 Speke Road Garston L19 2PH
"Almost 95% of all thought, emotion, and learning occur in the unconscious mind - that is, without our conscious awareness" - Gerald Zaltman. Ph.D., Harvard Business School