What is it like to be a Hypnotherapist? What do we do? How do we do it? Who are our clients? And how can you shape your tomorrow?
Welcome to my funny little world. Sometimes it's a bit sad, sometimes it's a bit mad, but I try to give you some uplifting words every day. And in amongst them I'll give you a little philosophy and celebrate just being. If you like a good bedtime story or you are just curious about your life or mine or you want to be encouraged, then come on in, the water's lovely!
It is known that most births are clustered in September and October with another high point in March. Many people hypothesise that this is due to the Christmas and New Year and then the summer holiday. Make of that what you will, if you have a baby due in the Autumn, it's time to get working on your hypnobirthing straight away! It takes a few weeks to practice the techniques and practice is needed in order to really make the most of hypnosis for birth. What you are doing with hypnosis is training the brain to think in a certain way and setting up patterns of feelings and behaviour.
If you are going to start, get The Birth CD ordered now!
I am a retired Army Officer - yes it was tough, yes it was exciting at times, yes it ate up my entire life and identity and swallowed me. Now the great green machine has spat me out and I am being me again.
I am a wife and mother and I have a tall husband (the best man in the world) a small son and a yellow labrador. I am at a fortunate stage in my life, I live in the beautiful countryside with people I love and I have enough of everything.
I worked for myself for a while as a Clinical Hypnotherapist, and what a great job! Although I loved it, I missed the buzz of lots of people around me so I became a teacher in a boys' secondary school, which I also love. Although I don't do much hypnotherapy these days, I still I help people to enjoy their lives!
And what about me? Oh, very standard - blah blah blah - but I can ski like a demon!