Hypnotherapy is fantastic for a vast range of physical and emotional health issues, as well as personal development and life goals. I specialise in working with people with emotional and mental health needs, and with people who struggle with weight loss and eating. I use both brief and analytical techniques.


EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) is amazing for resolving a wide range of issues rapidly and permanently, particularly trauma, including complex trauma, and PTSD. It's recommended by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence and the World Health Organisation.


Neuro linguistic programming is a powerful tool to understanding and aiding communication and thought processes, helping us improve relationships, think positively and realistically, and to work towards our dreams and goals. I use it most in hypnosis to enhance its effects, and to make visualisation more vivid.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a state registered and protected title.  OTs work with people with physical, mental health and social needs to enable them to build skills and develop the roles and lifestyles they wish, in a holistic and client centred way, through therapeutic and everyday activity.

Solution Focused Brief Therapy

Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) is an effective therapy which enables you to focus on strengths and resources rather than difficulties; on the future as you would like it to be.   It has links with NLP and hypnosis; I use solution focused techniques as part of my work with clients.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

I use CBT techniques as part of therapy to identify and shift thought patterns and beliefs which may be holding you back.  CBT is recognised by NICE for many mental health issues, such as depression, phobias and anxiety.  I am trained to combine its techniques with hypnosis.

Sensory Attachment Intervention

SAI is an occupational therapy intervention, based on the latest neuroscience research, that provides practical everyday strategies to reduce distress in children and young people with attachment difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions, and sensory processing issues.