A little bit about me
I live on the outskirts of Canterbury with my husband, dogs and horses. I am also a keen gardener and enthusiastic runner.
Following a degree in philosophy and psychology, and with a deep interest in psychology and understanding the human condition, I went on to complete a post graduate certificate in clinical hypnosis awarded by the London College of Clinical Hypnosis. I study continued professional development (CPD) courses to ensure that I maintain the best possible levels of updated knowledge and treatments. I believe clinical hypnotherapy is the most useful tool to help resolve problems, break habits and attain emotional balance.
Training with the the London College of Clinical Hypnosis ensures that I am governed by the code, practice and ethics of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
The London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH) was founded in 1984 in order to further the clinical value of hypnotherapy for a variety of medical, psychological and somatic problems. The purpose of the LCCH is to provide comprehensive training facilities for future generations of students and to involve the LCCH in on-going research projects. The LCCH is the recognised training faculty of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
The British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH) is an organisation which governs the code, practice and ethics of its members. Membership of the society is open to those who have acquired the requisite professional and clinical training in the major aspects of psychology, psychotherapy and hypnotherapy.