Welcome to Resting in the Heart – As a Clinical Hypnotherapist and trauma specialist my aim is to provide a space in which you can develop insight and self-awareness and become the best possible version of yourself.
Perhaps you are on a journey of self-discovery, trying to figure out where you’re going or attempting to cope with difficult life events that prevent you from moving forward? Are you ready to remove obstacles that have been holding you back and take the next step towards your best possible future? Isn’t it right that you should be happy and fulfilled in the life you are living now?
Gaining insight into your own functioning enables you to become more self-aware, it brings about healing, removes emotional blocks and allows you to move on from personal and emotional difficulties, above all it puts you back in charge.
Change comes from a deeper subconscious level, connected to a much deeper awareness, it’s the level you might attempt to reach through meditation or other such practices that allow powers of concentration to be heightened. It’s a place we might reach without realising many times a day, but when we go there with purpose incredible things can happen.
There is growing evidence to suggest that hypnotherapy, meditation and other mindful practices are effective in the treatment of trauma and promote personal growth. These practices have been gaining momentum, they are now much more widely accepted and can be incredibly effective in bringing about the change that you desire.
I use a number of therapeutic techniques and healing therapies, including relaxation, visualisation and hypnotherapy, along with my experience of working in the field of trauma to work with a client to reach a level of being, where they will realise possibilities and make the best decisions for their future.
So What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy is a complementary therapy that uses the power of suggestion to bring about change. By working directly with the subconscious we are able to make changes in our thoughts, feelings and behaviour. The subconscious stores all of our memories, it’s the store that holds what we have learnt and the place from which our automatic responses to recurring events are triggered. Change can only occur when we work with the subconscious, to gain more perspective on these memories, or to make changes to those automatic responses that have been established through our earlier experience. As a hypnotherapist, I will support the dialogue between the conscious and unconscious to aid recovery and promote wellness.