‘Call me crazy but I just like to see people happy’
I saw this quote one morning as I walked into Queens Park Station, and it explains why I’ve decided to become a Hypnotherapist.
People have always been at the heart of what I do, and why I do it.
My love of human contact is a thread that has been woven throughout my career because I get a real sense of satisfaction working through things with people, and seeing the impact hypnosis is having on them as they shift, change and begin to manage their unique challenges in a way that works better for them.
I like to think of myself as the unlock - I provide the information that enables people to feel guided and supported to bring about positive change. I’m the person that will be right behind you, encouraging you to keep going.
In addition, my own experiences of how anxiety, stress and worry can manifest in our minds and bodies has allowed me to understand on both a personal and professional level, what the people I work with are going through. I will always approach our sessions with compassion and empathy, listening to your needs, and working with you to respond to them most effectively.
Success to me is providing you with the tools you need to instil positive change, and guiding you through the methods to work with them. I look forward to the journey.