Tuesdays 6pm - 7.30pm starting on Tuesday 31st October A four week course of Solution Focused Sessions with Hypnotherapy aimed at students aged 15-25 who need to reduce anxiety, and increase focus and confidence. You will learn the science behind anxiety, discover your inner strengths, sleep better and find your own solutions for managing … Continue reading Calm, Confidence and Focus
So, in a thrilling update to the first 'importance of small steps' , Sam Trigg is now competing in Taipei in the Student World Games in his first ever GB vest! Not only that, but he has jumped into the final! Good luck Sam - you are an incredible example to us all of what … Continue reading The Importance of Small Steps (2)
Do you ever struggle with unwanted and intrusive negative thoughts? Do you sometimes find yourself engaged in small ‘rituals’ whereby you check your door is definitely locked again and again and again? Are you tired of this cycle of endless checking and obsessive behaviour? Are you looking for help to break away from it and … Continue reading Ease Obsessive Thinking with Solution Focused Hypnotherapy
Recently, I went to the funeral of a wonderful lady who had lived to the amazing age of 103! I have known 'Gran Doll' for 40 years, and in all that time she amazed me by remembering everything about everyone and everywhere. She lived in the same house for 101 years, and undoubtedly saw so … Continue reading How to live to 103
What a difference it makes to our mood when the sun comes out! Why is that? Nothing has really changed - our job is the same, the car still needs servicing, and yet, the sun somehow changes the way we see the world. According to an article written by Rachel Nall, RN, BSN, CCRN in … Continue reading Hello Sunshine!
This week, Sam Trigg, who is almost part of our family (can I say that, Sam?) achieved a lifetime goal when he jumped over 16m in the triple jump. Incredible - that's further than the length of the longest double decker bus in the UK! But Sam didn't just achieve that distance overnight. There was … Continue reading The importance of small steps
You may have read my blog post about training for the #etapelochness, a 66 mile closed road cycle ride around Loch Ness in the highlands of Scotland. Well the ride happened last weekend and it was amazing! It took us 15 hours to drive from Devon to Drumnadrochit, arriving eventually at midnight to be met … Continue reading I conquered the Monster!
This little phrase has become quite relevant to me this week, for several reasons. One is that on Sunday I'm going to cycle the 'Etape Loch Ness' with my husband. We've been training for a few months, and it will be the furthest that I have ever cycled, and certainly the biggest event I've ever … Continue reading Loosening up with Nessie
How do you relax? I fact, DO you relax? In our busy world where information is instant , food is fast and decisions can be made within minutes even when your colleagues are on the other side of the world, downtime can seem like an impossible dream. And yet it is crucial to our health and … Continue reading Downtime?
As part of our continued professional development (CPD) we are required to attend at least two CPD courses a year in order to retain membership of the Association of Solution Focused Hypnotherapy (AfSFH). These courses also form part of the Advanced Hypnotherapy Diploma for which I am studying. This course was held on Sunday 26th February at the Clifton … Continue reading Neuroscience