Exam Nerves

Exam Nerves

This common problem also known as Performance Anxiety has probably lost more people more opportunities than any other psychological problem. The problem begins as Anxiety, before an event such as an interview or exam. Nervous chemicals build in the candidate’s body...
Hypnotherapy For Children

Hypnotherapy For Children

The symptoms associated with children’s problems can vary. Some of the most common are as follows: Enuresis – also known as bed wetting Soiling Nail biting or thumb sucking Phobias/Fears Nightmares/Night terrors Hair Pulling   Low self-esteem/Confidence School...
Hypnotherapy and Childbirth

Hypnotherapy and Childbirth

Hypnotherapy has become ever increasingly popular for assistance during childbirth – although it is certainly not a new idea.  It existed thousands of years ago and has undergone a revival since the work of Dr. Grantly Dick-Read, an English obstetrician, who...
Fertility

Fertility

It is fair to say that when getting pregnant is the last thing woman want they take the steps to ensure they don’t. When becoming pregnant becomes the focus stopping preventative measures seems all that is needed for it to happen.  This may be the case, but sometimes...
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an Anxiety Disorder.  It is a condition which can develop following a terrifying event. Often individuals with PTSD have persistent thoughts and memories of this event which can manifest physically in unwanted behaviour...
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Irritable bowel syndrome can present itself in a variety of ways. Its onset is usually preceded  by abdominal pain signalling urgency to visit a toilet, bloating and sometimes back pain, belching and nausea. IBS can range from a mildly uncomfortable inconvenience...