I find it hard to believe that it is 10 years since I qualified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist – oh how time flies. I have met and worked with hundreds of people from all backgrounds with many varying issues.
One of the most questions I have been asked over the years is “Why did i train to be a Hypnotherapist?”
I have always been a great believer in the power of the mind, and what you can achieve when you set your mind to achieve a goal. Back in 2007, I realised that I finally had an opportunity to re-train in a new career. Whilst relaxing in a Spa, I read an extremely in-depth article about Hypnotherapy and the benefits of it, which piqued my curiosity,
I did my research and found a professional college to initially do a Foundation course and then got to do a Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy. I passed the Diploma with Distinction and clearly remember the day of exams, so well – it was hard.
Since then, I have attended many courses and workshop run by internationally qualified and world famous Hypnotherapists; which has enabled me to offer the latest techniques and further enhance my clients’ experience.
I love the work I do with clients, helping them to overcome their issues and make positive changes in their life.
Today I work with more and more people suffering with anxiety, stress and worry; as well as people wanting to lose weight and quite often a combination of both. As mental health is taken more seriously and the impact it can have physically – Hypnotherapy and other alternative therapies are now accepted as mainstream by society.
Over the last 10 years I worked with people who have had numerous interesting issues including – fear of travel, plastic bags and navels; as well as a lot of children and teenagers suffering from various anxieties, including exam stress.
I am excited to see that Hypnotherapy has become mainstream for what I believe are good reasons. The hundreds of people who I have helped overcome limiting issues is testament to how it can work.
Here’s to another 10 years.