What can be treated
What can be treated with Hypnotherapy in Westcliff?
Hypnotherapy in Westcliff can successfully treat many things
Listed below is just a sample of what can be treated successfully with Hypnotherapy in Westcliff, Southend and Leigh on Sea.
- Acne, Addiction, Agoraphobia, Alcohol problems, Asthma, Allergies, Anxiety, Anger, Arachnophobia, Arthritis
- Bed wetting, Blushing
- Car sickness, Claustrophobia, Confidence
- Depression, Driving problems, Driving test
- Eating disorders, Eczema
- Fears, Frigidity
- Hay fever
- IBS, Impatience, Impotency, Indigestion, Insomnia
- Loss of motivation
- Menstrual problems, Migraine, Misplaced anger
- Nail biting, Nervousness, Nightmares
- OCD, Obsessions
- Panic, Phobias, Public speaking
- Self esteem, Sexual problems, Shy bladder, Smoking, Stammering, Stress, Sweating
- Temper, Tension, Tinnitus
- Ulcers, Unwanted habits
- Weight problems, Worrying
This is just a selection of what can be treated successfully and naturally with hypnotherapy in Westcliff, Southend and Leigh. However, hypnotherapy does effectively and rapidly treat many other issues, quite often when all else has failed. As well as adults, I specialise in hypnotherapy for children from age 5 upwards in Westcliff, Southend, Leigh and surrounding areas of Essex.
Please feel free to contact me to discuss how I can help you, or to ask any questions. Details can be found on my Contact Me page.
"...The panic attacks have disappeared and I am sleeping better now than ever before. I feel confident, but will certainly miss our sessions but I also know that you are 'there' should I need you. Thank you again..." Mandy, Southend.
"...I just thought I would share my success in completing my degree after attending therapy with you. Thank you for your help..." Shirley, Canvey Island.
"...My family and I were absolutely amazed by my behaviour during our ski trip. I never once felt nervous or panicked about being on chair lifts or on top of the mountain. My family ski holiday was completely turned around..." Mrs W. Hutton Mount.
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