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Professional Counselling, Hypnotherapy Windsor for Anxiety, Anger, Addiction, Depression, PTSD , Stress, Panic attacks, Fear, Phobia, Public speaking

Signs and Symptoms Adverse Signs and symptoms of cocaine use include: Increased agitation. Effusive enthusiasm. Disinhibition. Increased movement (i.e. hyperactivity). Increased common cold-like symptoms and/or nosebleeds. Signs of involuntary movements (i.e. muscle tics). Changes in concentration and focus. More serious effects of cocaine abuse are heart muscle damage. Cocaine may cause damage by inducing cell death in the muscles of the heart. Intravenous cocaine use can lead to inflammation of the inner tissues of the organ (endocarditis). Inflammation of heart muscle. Rupture of the aorta, the major artery leading Read more…

Low self esteem / confidence Self-esteem is the phrase we use to describe the opinion we have of ourselves. It refers to how we think, the type of person we are, our abilities and what we expect for the future. When our self-esteem is healthy, we tend to feel good about ourselves and have a positive outlook on life in general. A high self-esteem gives us the courage and strength to deal with the ups and downs in life – without them having a long-term Read more…

What is Agoraphobia  Agoraphobia is an avoidance of situations that could cause panic. A disorder of fear or phobia of situations where escape could be difficult, or in which help would not be available if something bad were to happen. Agoraphobia is now quit commonly referred to as “panic attacks” , or anxiety attacks in the modern day. This common phobia affects millions of people – and in extreme conditions can stop people from leaving their house. The most common cause of panic disorder’s are due to people Read more…

Hypnosis for anger and stress management Anger is a natural, though sometimes unwanted or irrational, emotion that everybody experiences from time to time. Anger experts describe the emotion as a primary, natural emotion which has evolved as a way of surviving and protecting yourself from what is considered a wrong-doing. Mild anger may be brought on by feeling tired, stressed or irritated, in fact we are more likely to feel irritated if our basic human needs (food, shelter, sex, sleep, etc.) are not met or Read more…

Anxiety Disorder Counselling in Surrey Anxiety disorders are much more than just nervousness and worrying. They can be quite terrifying as fear about things that other people wouldn’t give to much thought to magnify. Many people with anxiety disorders understand that their thoughts become irrational, but they still can’t stop them. When you get anxious, you tend to have this pervasive thinking about some worry or some problem and you feel bad about it. Then you feel like you’ve failed, and you move to depression. Read more…

Counselling for depression Depression is a common mental disorder that causes people to experience depressed mood, loss of interest or pleasure, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, low energy, and poor concentration. Depression is different from feeling down or sad. Unhappiness is something which everyone feels at one time or another, usually due to a particular cause. A person experiencing depression will experience intense emotions of anxiety, hopelessness, negativity and helplessness, and the feelings stay with them instead of going away. Read more…

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Post traumatic stress disorder  also just referred to as PTSD bcan develop following a distressing or frightening or traumatic experience. Or after a situation whereby the person has been physically hurt or threatened. After a traumatic event people are often overwhelmed by the experience. “Normal” reactions such as fear, anger or sadness turn into panic, exhaustion and desperation. PTSD can set in, normally as a delayed reaction, days or even months after the traumatic experience. For more information or to book Read more…

There is now plenty of research that shows more scientific evidence for hypnotherapy than any other complementary therapy by using hypnosis. Enough studies have now accumulated to suggest that the inclusion of hypnotic procedures may be beneficial in the management and treatment of a wide range of conditions and problems encountered in the practice of medicine, psychiatry and psychotherapy. Why you should use hypnotherapy for stop smoking Studies and Statistics Success Rate for Smoking Cessation 90.6% successful: Using Hypnosis University of Washington School of Medicine, Depts. of Anesthesiology Read more…

One in four of us dreads a visit to the dentist, but there are ways to overcome your fear  If you’re anxious about seeing the dentist Being afraid of the dentist means different things to different people. Maybe it’s the thought that treatment will hurt, or that the sounds and smells bring back memories of bad experiences as a child. People who are scared of the dentist often call us for help because they’re at the end of their tether. Their teeth don’t look nice any more Read more…

Hypnotherapy to resolve fear and phobia From an unusual fear of crowded locations or open areas to a chronic fear of spiders or social situations, many of us have phobias or above-common fears which reason undue anxiety and can even bog a person down in the manner they behave or lead their lives. A phobia is a debilitating fear of an object, place, state of affairs, feeling or animal. Phobias are more common than fears. They develop as an exaggerated or unrealistic feel of risk Read more…

Fear of flying hypnotherapy available near Heathrow Airport Travel fears such as fear of flying, driving, bridges, public transport, and public toilets, are very common. They can cause such inconvenience and restrictions to the individual, their work and their family. From an unusual fear of flying or a fear of crowded locations or open areas to a chronic fear of spiders or social situations, many of us have phobias or above-common fears which reason undue anxiety and can even bog a person down in the Read more…

Gambling addiction Gambling has one of the highest suicide rates in the world Gambling is one of the most destructive habits in the world. It doesn’t destroy your liver. It won’t give you lung cancer. Even after a real bad run of bad luck. You can be reasonably sure that you won’t be stretchered away, having expired with a mouth full of vomit. No harm done. It’s only money that is the belief Experts of addiction point out that problem gamblers are subject to is Read more…

How to treating anxiety and stress and panic disorders CBT  (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy): This is a therapy that has been proved to help treat a wide range of emotional and physical health conditions in adults,young people and children. CBT looks at how we think and how this affects the way we act and how we feel.The therapist and client work together in changing the client’s behaviours, or their thinking patterns, or both of these. NLP (Neuro linguistic programming): NLP encompasses three influential components involved in experience: neurology, language and programming.It helps Read more…

Hypnosis for pain Therapies that are mind-body linked are often recommended for those dealing with long-term pain. Stress and anxiety are common side effects of pain and can even make the sensation feel worse. The way the mind responds to pain also links to the perception of physical sensations. Helping to reduce anxiety and stress and change the thought patterns related to pain can therefore make a huge difference to pain perception. For this, many opt for hypnotherapy. When you are under hypnosis you focus Read more…

Hypnotherapy for panic disorders A person suffering from a panic attack can experience unexpected intense feelings of fear. These are often accompanied by physical symptoms such as heart palpitations, dizziness, breathlessness, chest pain or stomach pain. Panic attacks can be extremely distressing as they can happen when least expected. They also can cause feelings of embarrassment and shame, especially if the attack happened in a public place. Why do panic attacks happen: With people who suffer panic attacks normally due to some previous bad experience Read more…

Hypnosis for public speaking and stage fright Public speaking and fright are along the same lines, It does not matter, if you are making a speech at a wedding, making a work presentation or standing up on stage in front of a group of people. the same set of nerves and fear kick in. This fear of public speaking can inhibit your career. The fight-or-flight adrenaline that is produced makes you feel like you’re in very real danger, but your conscious mind knows that there Read more…

Hypnotherapy for Jealousy Jealousy and life-envy are quite modern problems, Thanks to modern hypnotherapy, you can also overcome it. To find out how we can help you, just call us

Hypnosis for anger management and road rage Anger is a natural, though sometimes unwanted or irrational, emotion that everybody experiences from time to time. Road rage is a form of anger. Anger is a primary natural emotion which has evolved as a way of  protecting yourself from what is considered a wrong-doing. Mild anger may be brought on by feeling tired, stressed or irritated. In fact we are more likely to feel irritated if our basic human needs (food, shelter, sleep, etc.) are not met Read more…

Hypnosis for sexual problems The cause’s of sexual problem may be physical or psychological in nature. It’s important to rule out any physical causes with your GP prior to treatment. However, in such instances it is still possible to use hypnotherapy as a supplement to medical treatments. In many cases, however, sexual difficulties are the result of some underlying psychological issue, which can be triggered by stress, To find out how we can help you, just call us

Hypnotherapy for Insomnia and sleep disorders Hypnosis permits a wide range of choices regarding where and how to help in the patient’s problems. Hypnotherapy is used to manage various types of disorders, and to explore the techniques, and strategies. Research data available on the efficacy of hypnosis in the treatment of sleep disorders is positive. Acute and chronic insomnia often respond to relaxation and hypnotherapy. Also do nightmares and sleep terrors. There is also successful use of hypnotherapy for  specifically for head and body rocking, Read more…

Stop smoking hypnosis Clinical hypnotherapy is well know as the super fix to stop people smoking. In this modern day and age many now who wish to give up smoking resort to vaping, also with a plethora of other non smoking products on the market, hypnosis has lost it position a bit. Hypnosis is a well proven and tested therapy to quit smoking. Smoking, like all habits is controlled by the unconscious part of the mind. Hypnosis helps us access the REM state – nature’s Read more…

 That big problem is an outdated concept. It’s an outdated concept that tells us that the only reason anyone should need to see a mental health professional is when they are having a problem at that moment. Here are some recent statistics put out just recently.    “Here in the UK,1 in 4 British adults will experience a diagnosed mental health problem in any one given year. Anxiety is now more common than ever, with 1 in 5 people being affected. in the UK Self-harm rates are some of the Read more…

Teenage anxiety and self harming All teenagers go through psychological and emotional changes, research show’s there is corresponding structural development taking place in these years. This in its self can lead to anxiety and self harming. Understanding these natural developments that occur in the teenage’s and their effect on behaviour. Learning about hormone’s, sleep patterns, emotional reactivity, memory, attention span, motivation and self confidence helps the teenager. Resulting in helping parents understand why their teenager is behaving in that way, thus reducing family stress all Read more…

Vaginismus Vaginismus also known as vaginism is a condition that affects a woman’s ability to engage in vaginal penetration. This is the result of an involuntary vaginal muscle spasm, which makes any kind of vaginal penetration painful or impossible. While there is a lack of evidence to definitively identify which muscle is responsible for the spasm, the pubococcygeus muscle, sometimes referred to as the “PC muscle”, is most often suggested. Other muscles such as the levator ani, bulbocavernosus,  A woman with vaginismus does not consciously control the spasm. The vaginismic reflex can be Read more…

About our Imagine Yourself Slim Courses and how we can help you become motivated to become slimmer, happier and healthy! All our successful courses last for 6 weeks, with one hour sessions each week. You will be taught how to break your eating habits, and assist you in empowering yourself to change and working on a new perspective… and take your first step to a slimmer, calmer, happier, and healthier life! The courses are all about retraining our mind and body to start eating only when hungry rather than Read more…