Caught in the Drama Triangle

By |April 29th, 2015|

Are you being caught in the Drama Triangle at home or at work?

Do you ever get the feeling that you have been caught up again and again in a familiar discussion or argument that ends up the same way: you and usually the other person feeling bad?

You’ve asked for help (or at least you think […]

It’s About Balance

By |February 12th, 2015|

I’ve been talking with a number of clients this week about the importance of self-care.  The interesting thing is that there seems to be a strong correlation between those who are great at taking care of others and rubbish at taking care of themselves.  They refuse to give themselves any priority and wonder why they […]

Brain Training

By |February 2nd, 2015|

This weekend I decided to do some work with my Daughter, who has been continually telling me how stressed she has been feeling about school work, in particularly about a French oral assessment today.

I explained to her that when we are feeling ‘stressed’, it’s because we have in some way been telling ourselves that we “can’t cope” […]

Top 5 Weight Loss Tips

By |January 27th, 2014|

Eat slowly and consciously

Ensure you really notice the taste of each mouthful: your full concentration on what you are eating.  That means you need to turn off the television, ensure you are not reading or driving, or playing on the internet etc.  When your full focus is on eating your brain has time to get […]

“You are what you think” – Buddha

By |November 28th, 2013|

“The mind is everything.  What you think you become” – Buddha

Over the last week (not too much unlike any other), I’ve heard lots of clients saying. “I feel unhappy (or sad, or angry and frustrated ) and I just want it to stop: I don’t want to feel like this anymore”.

Most of us don’t realise […]

Survivng The Michaelmas Term: When Students Don’t Feel Good Enough

By |October 27th, 2013|

I opened a new practice centre this month in the heart of a local City: tremendously exciting, but I expected a slow start.

Knowing I would be taking possession of my new office a few days after coming back from a week in the Lake District, I put a new listing in the Hypnotherapy Directory and […]

Hypnotherapy for Weight Loss and Management

By |April 23rd, 2012|

There have been a number of articles in the press this week about Nigella Lawson, and the use of hypnosis to lose weight.

The story highlights that the how we think about food is critical to changing our behaviour with it.  Previously, Nigella had only mentioned exercise and portion control as the tools used to achieve this […]