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The Hypnotherapy Centre

421 Durnsford Road, London, SW19 8EE

0208 947 3338



Appearances

Appearances; the unique method of assessing Knowledge student’s progress and proficiency are daunting for all students and traumatic for some. Many Knowledge students report that nerves have led them to flunk their appearances and have caused them anxiety and sleepless nights.

Focus and Concentration

Stress can reduce our ability to concentrate or recall information and this is especially true during pressurised events such as public speaking or Appearances. Naturally learning Runs and Points of Interest requires a good memory and this may be improved through hypnotherapy. A clear head, free from stressful thoughts, can really help you focus and retain information.

Social Impact of Knowledge Training

In some instances, the pressures of undertaking the Knowledge qualification process can lead to other problems, such as insomnia, panic and other emotional and physical conditions. Relationship breakdown can also result from an extended period of training and assessment and time away from the family. The financial strain of this can cause problems too.

How Hypnotherapy can help

Hypnosis is a focused, absorbed state similar to daydreaming which clients describe as relaxing. In hypnosis your subconscious mind is receptive to positive suggestion and this allows me to help you to make changes in how you think or feel.

After a chat with you about the difficulties you are experiencing, I will guide you to into hypnosis, when you’ll be able to speak, move or open your eyes if you want to. When you are in hypnosis I’ll invite you to visualise certain scenarios and offer useful suggestions. Your therapy session will be individual to you and I will tailor my suggestions to suit you.


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