I have just calculated the final assessment scores for a client of mine who has come to the end of their 6 week therapy sessions for tinnitus and yet again I am seeing some fabulous results (see table below)! These scores never cease to impress upon me how incredible it is to work alongside clients who invest their time, effort and trust into making these kinds of changes.
For many, in the absence of a cure for tinnitus, habituation is the next best thing because Continue reading →
These weekly podcasts are rammed full of fascinating facts, theories and insights and it was truly a real honour to be invited alongside people I regard as my internationally respected peers. If you are interested in hypnosis, they offer a wide and varied opportunity to learn more about all manner of different approaches to the field from the zany to the practical and sober.
“Freedom of mind is the real freedom…
Freedom of mind is the proof of one’s existence.”
B. R. Ambedkar
I recently discovered the joys of Google banners. If you click on them all manner of wondrous things reveal themselves (does the whole world already know that?!). They even have a name – ‘Google Doodle’…. Who knew? Anyway, earlier this week, Google greeted me with this one:
The sun is shining, I have started the day with a glorious walk with a beautiful friend – and our dogs (Wilma and Barbara) – and I now have an hour or so to catch up on some admin in a fabulously unhurried way. What a luxury.
Not least, I get to post this feature about a presentation I gave on Wednesday to the AE College of Therapeutic Hypnosis:
It gives the low-down on the information I delivered to other hypnotherapists about my approach to tinnitus – and details three other fascinating talks that happened at the same event too. It was a great evening!
I was so excited to have been invited to talk about my work – especially because it Continue reading →
Even today, some people have a mistaken idea that hypnosis is something the hypnotist ‘does’ to the person being hypnotised – like some mystical zapping (of course, if that were true, I’d be straight down the bank for a little zapping of the bank manager before zapping the dog to walk itself, followed by a quick zap of my teenage daughter to Go. Tidy. Your. Room…).
In fact, James Braid – the ‘father of hypnosis’ – described the process as Continue reading →
I have been interviewed by Sarah Stacey, Health Editor for the Mail on Sunday YOU magazine. Very exciting! Sarah had heard about the work I had been doing on tinnitus. One of my hypnotherapy case study clients is so thrilled with his results she interviewed us both about it. How wonderful is that? Click HERE for the Mail pages or to stay with Hypnotherapy Boutique, click: FULL ARTICLE