As a Clinical Hypnotherapist I feel privileged to work with and to be able to help people often at a very low point in their lives. I strongly believe that we should be able to talk about and seek help for our mental health as easily and naturally as we can for issues with our physical health – although sadly we don’t always feel this is the case.
Often getting a better understanding of a something is the first step towards making things better. For this reason I offer a range of information events covering some of the topics that are the most frequent concerns of clients seeking my help.
I offer most of these events free of charge in the hope that they will give people who need support a starting point on their journey to feeling better.
Sleep Better, Feel Better
Sleep problems can take many forms, perhaps presenting as difficulty falling asleep, waking up during the night, or waking too early every morning. Or you may struggle to sleep at the proper time, only to fall into a deep sleep that is difficult to wake up from just before the alarm goes off. These patterns are often the mind’s way of signalling to you that there’s something in your daily life that needs addressing. It is important to address sleep issues, not only because of the obvious impact on daily life, but also because of longer term health concerns, some of which can be serious.
For anyone who suffers from poor sleep, this session take a look at underlying issues affecting sleep and gives some positive steps that anyone can take to make healthy and restful sleep a reality again.
|28th March 2019||7.30pm||Quaker Meeting House, Settle|
|25th April 2019||2.30pm||Fisher Medical Centre, Skipton|
I’m Not Myself…..Anymore
Feeling out of sorts, out of control or just generally out of it without really knowing why? Sometimes it not easy to identify exactly why we feel as we do, but often Anxiety can be playing a major role in our lives without us being aware. Symptoms of Anxiety can take many different forms – feelings of panic or dread, nausea, stomach churning, shortness of breath, and dizziness are perhaps some of the better known effects but other indicators are less well known…..chills, sweats, body pain, weak limbs, chronic fatigue…. In so many ways our bodies can be trying to warn us of an underlying anxiety crisis.
We do not always understand our symptoms but if something is affecting how you live your life it is time to take back control. Come along to learn more about techniques you can use to control anxiety and help you to be yourself again.
|25th April 2019||7.30pm||Quaker Meeting House, Settle|
|23rd May 2019||2.30pm|| Fisher Medical Centre, Skipton|