...Hypnotherapy Brighton & Online
Helping people with hypnotherapy in Brighton for over 23 years has made Julie a very effective Hypnotherapist. She has been particularly successful in helping people to quit smoking and overcome anxiety.
You can’t change your past however you can change how you feel about it and how you react to current situations. By getting in touch with your subconscious mind which is the part of your mind keeping you stuck and fearful you can make powerful changes. This then enables you to be happier, healthier and unlock your potential.
You can have confidence with hypnotherapy knowing that it is approved by The British Medical Association and is often used in dentistry and by other medically trained professionals. You can have a phone chat with Julie before booking to get any questions answered.
Qualifications are in Hypnotherapy, NLP, Life Coaching and E.F.T. (Emotional Freedom Technique) With these techniques Julie also helps people to Stop Smoking, Lose Weight, Stress Management, Confidence Building, Fears and Phobias, Better Sleep and much more – see the Help With menu for details.
Julie is also a certified Havening Practitioner which is hugely successful at helping people with PTSD and phobia’s.
Hypnotherapy is much faster than other more conventional therapies. Most issues are helped with between two and four sessions.
I am now able to see clients face to face as well as online. I have been vaccinated and will be taking bi weekly lateral flow tests for Covid-19 from the 12th of April.
“Julie is fantastic and a consummate professional. She helped me immensely and I will always be truly grateful to her from the bottom of my heart. If you are thinking of trying hypnotherapy, give Julie a call” Natalie Brighton
With the current coronavirus situation now is a great time to stop biting your nails. You can also use hypnosis to stop you touching your face to avoid contamination. Above is a free hypnosis session to help you stop touching your face unnecessarily. Please note hypnosis recordings are not recommended for people suffering serious mental disorders.