HARLEY STREET, LONDON | ROYAL TUNBRIDGE WELLS
Gail’s Philosophy: “A beautiful life begins with a beautiful mind.”
As a society we are bombarded with images and messages urging us to make healthy lifestyle choices. It makes perfect sense, keep your body healthy and you’re much more likely to enjoy a long active life. The mind however, is often neglected but is equally as important.
“When your mind is right, everything else follows.”
Hypnotherapy helps you to harness the power of your subconscious mind to bring about positive change to thoughts, feelings and behaviour. A bit like a system reboot, reframing negative or self-limiting beliefs, changing unhelpful behaviour patterns and empowering you to move forward with your life in a more positive and productive way.
An ardent student of psychology, my interest in the study and workings of the mind and human behaviour goes back more than 20 years, beginning with the study and practice of Stress Management and its effect on health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Today, I work with a wonderful variety of clients ranging in age from 7 to 77, with issues such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, personal development, sport and academic performance, fears, phobias, addictions, IBS and insomnia.
GP’s, consultants and other medical professionals regularly refer to me, giving their patients an opportunity to learn how to utilise their inner storehouse of resources to overcome pre-operative anxiety, manage pain and to speed up the healing process post-operatively.
DBS certified, I work with children and teens helping them find tools and resources within themselves to cope with issues such as enuresis, social anxiety, depression, eating disorders, exam nerves, confidence building, anger management, overcoming and dealing with bullying, both physical and cyber.
If you can’t make it to my one of my clinics – no need to worry as I also offer therapy sessions via Skype, enabling you to have therapy sessions in the comfort of your own home, place of work and even while on holiday!
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I think it’s important to look at the differences between speaking, talking, hearing and listening. Most people don’t listen with the intent to understand, they listen with the intent to reply. Speaking is producing sounds from your mouth whether you are saying something important or