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With                            there is a more peaceful feeling!


Are you tired of living with constant worry and fear? Do you find yourself struggling with anxiety that affects your daily life, relationships, and overall well-being? I understand the debilitating nature of anxiety, and am here to help you find relief through my solutions focused approach.

I believe in a holistic approach to anxiety relief, addressing both the conscious and subconscious aspects of this condition. I will tailor the session to your personal needs, and we will find out just how anxiety really affects you and destroy it together!

How Hypnotherapy Can Help with Anxiety

Hypnotherapy is a powerful tool that can bring about profound changes in your mindset and emotional well-being. By accessing your subconscious mind, we can bypass the conscious barriers that often keep us stuck in patterns of anxiety. Through deep relaxation and guided visualisation, we can help you rebuild empowering beliefs and thought patterns: Anxiety often stems from negative or limiting beliefs about ourselves and the world around us. Through positive suggestion and reprogramming, we can help you replace these unhelpful beliefs with empowering ones, promoting self-confidence and a sense of inner calm.

Promote deep relaxation and stress reduction: Hypnotherapy induces a profound state of relaxation, allowing your mind and body to release tension and stress. By achieving this deep state of relaxation regularly, you can reduce anxiety symptoms and create a foundation of calmness and balance in your life.

Using powerful protocols, I help hundreds of people just like you each year, smash anxiety for good!


Don't let anxiety hold you back any longer. Take the first step towards reclaiming your life today. Together, we can help you break free from anxiety and embrace a brighter, more peaceful future. The best feeling is when a client comes in with a high level of anxiety and they leave unable to find that awful feeling with a huge smile on their face...

*Results may vary from person to person.

Here are some strategies for managing anxiety in different settings:


👉 1. Managing anxiety at work:

Practice good time management skills to reduce stress and overwhelm.

Set clear boundaries between work and personal life to avoid burnout.

Communicate with your supervisor or colleagues about your needs and limitations.

Take regular breaks throughout the day to relax and recharge.

Consider incorporating stress-reducing activities, such as meditation or stretching, into your work routine.


👉 2. Managing anxiety at school:

Stay organised and plan ahead to reduce stress and avoid procrastination.

Take breaks throughout the day to stretch, take a walk, or practice deep breathing.

Seek out resources such as counseling services or academic support if you need additional help.

Consider talking to your teachers or professors about your anxiety and any accommodations you may need.

Connect with peers who may be experiencing similar struggles.


👉 3. Managing anxiety at home:

Practice good sleep hygiene by establishing a regular sleep schedule and creating a relaxing sleep environment.

Engage in regular exercise, which can help to reduce stress and improve mood.

Avoid substances such as alcohol and caffeine, which can exacerbate anxiety symptoms.

Practice self-care activities such as reading, taking a bath, or practicing mindfulness meditation.

Consider talking to a mental health professional if your anxiety is interfering with your daily life.


👉 4. Dealing with social anxiety:

Practice exposure therapy by gradually exposing yourself to anxiety-provoking situations.

Challenge negative thoughts and assumptions about social situations.

Develop coping strategies such as deep breathing or positive self-talk to use during social events.

Seek out support from friends, family, or a therapist.

Consider joining a social skills group or taking a social anxiety self-help program.


👉 5. Dealing with panic attacks:

Practice deep breathing exercises to help calm your body's physical response.

Challenge catastrophic thoughts and replace them with more realistic ones.

Practice progressive muscle relaxation to help reduce physical tension.

Develop a safety plan that includes strategies such as reaching out to a support person or seeking professional help.

Consider seeking out therapy or medication to help manage panic attacks.


Remember, everyone's anxiety is unique, and what works for one person may not work for another. It's important to develop a personalised plan for managing anxiety with the help of a mental health professional.


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