04th December 2016
So, you've separated. The relationship has ended. Now what? How does a person move on in a healthy way? Separations are surely not easy, whatever the scenario, but there are methods to reduce your struggle.
-- Give yourself time to grieve.
No mat... Read >
20th November 2016
For so many people, career interviews can be a worrying affair.
Nowadays, with economic uncertainties, and escalating unemployment, every person facing an interview needs to be absolutely sure that they are putting their finest foot forward in the int... Read >
20th November 2016
Most of us could use a bit of a self-esteem boost every once in a while.
Self-esteem is all about how we feel about ourselves. When we have low self-esteem, we can be at risk for depression, we can be more prone to tolerating abusive behavior and rela... Read >
26th March 2012
Although many people are aware of the great health benefits of olive oil in the diet, few realise that it can also have a powerful impact on brain health.
An essential component of the famous 'Mediterranean Diet', researchers have long been interested ... Read >
28th March 2011
A nose is a nose is a nose, but by attending to its messages it can help you stay healthy.
Having a red nose can be extremely upsetting as it can be really difficult to hide.
Affecting both men and women equally, a really red nose can cause depressi... Read >
12th March 2010
Sticker phobia is somethinig that affects many people all over the world
Like all phobias, it is essentially an anxiety disorder.
Simply put, those with this particular phobia experience varying degrees of anxiety when faced with stickers or sticky ... Read >
25th January 2010
The fear of heights - Acrophobia - is something that we treat regularly here in our hypnotherapy clinics in the UK
Though often incorrectly referred to as 'vertigo', true acrophobia is an extreme and irrational fear of being in high places. For the per... Read >
15th January 2010
Anemophobia - aka ancraophobia - is an irrational fear of the wind or of drafty, windy places
Regardless of the name used, this all too little-recognized fear can be really incapacitating for those who suffer from it.
Often this phobia simply become... Read >
15th October 2009
The sense of disappointment and frustration experienced by those who really want to gain weight but just can't seem to do so can often feel almost overwhelming.
In modern society, with so many suffering from obesity and overweight, precious little atte... Read >
08th April 2009
Many people have experienced short episodes of hesitation or 'shy bladder' when about to urinate in a public toilet or urinal.
Indeed, public toilets with their close proximity to others can sometimes have a temporary inhibiting affect on even the most... Read >
27th March 2009
An intense fear of blood is a phobia that we treat fairly regularly here in our UK hypno-psychotherapy practice.
Like all other phobias, blood phobia is essentially an anxiety disorder.
The person suffering from a phobia of blood may very well sense... Read >
20th March 2009
The fear of dogs or dog phobia is a fairly common issue that we are called on to deal with here in our UK hypnotherapy practice.
Its medical name is cynophobia.
Like so many other phobias, a dog phobia is by nature irrational and the cynophobic indi... Read >
09th January 2009
Claustrophobia is the fear of enclosed spaces. It is one of the commonest phobias we see here in the UK
Indeed, it is believed that as much as 5% of the general population suffer from this disruptive and troublesome disorder. Sadly, only a very small p... Read >
17th December 2008
Driving anxiety and fear of driving, whether on roads, freeways or motorways, is a fairly common issue in today's busy world.
Often, the person suffering from this truly debilitating driving fear may have been a confident driver for years and then, sud... Read >