Hypnotherapy and psychotherapy

Analytical Hypnotherapy, sometimes referred to as hypnotherapy with psychotherapy or hypno-analysis is a type of talking therapy. It is different to suggestion hypnotherapy because it deals with the root cause of psychological and emotional issues. Analytical hypnotherapy is not just about treating your symptoms. This therapy works by actually resolving the underlying cause of your issues naturally and effectively. Realising why you feel the way you do, understanding that there is a reason for your behaviour and that it is not a fundamental or intrinsic part of who you are is a truly liberating experience. 

Some clients seek help because they want to be free of a specific problem such as anxiety, stress, low confidence, whilst others look for therapy to help them because they have a sense of being 'stuck' or of not fulfilling their true potential in life. During a session you are encouraged to go into a hypnotic state by using a variety of techniques. Hypnosis only works with the active and willing participation of the person. You remain completely in control and aware of where you are and what you are doing at all times during a session. This approach will enable you to work with the originating cause of your distress which is the key to achieving lasting resolution and beneficial change.

Hypnotherapy is also a safe, gentle and effective therapeutic tool for children aged between approximately 6 - 17 years. Hypnotherapy offers your child a non-threatening and creative way to deal with difficult feelings or behaviours that are negatively affecting their life and can be used to successfully deal with a wide range of childhood and adolescent issues. 

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Therapist: Kirsty Wick

kirsty@springhypnotherapy.co.uk
01722 680159
www.springhypnotherapy.co.uk

 

Nutritional therapy

Nutritional therapy is the application of nutritional science in the promotion of health, peak performance and individual care. Practitioners use a wide range of tools to assess and identify potential nutritional imbalances and understand how these may contribute to an individual’s symptoms and health concerns.

Nutritional therapy is recognised as a complementary medicine and is relevant for individuals with chronic conditions, as well as those looking for support to enhance their health and wellbeing. Practitioners recognise that each person is a unique individual with unique requirements, and so recommend bespoke nutrition and lifestyle programmes rather than a 'one size fits all' approach. They will frequently work alongside a medical professional and will communicate with other healthcare professionals involved in the client's care to explain any nutritional therapy programme that has been provided.

Nutrition and lifestyle approaches to healthcare have been shown to support the health of all the major systems of the body (skeletal, muscular, nervous, respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, excretory, endocrine, immune, reproductive and integumentary). Typical priorities during consultations are support to achieve optimum energy levels, healthy blood sugar balance, emotional and psychological wellbeing, optimum gastrointestinal health and tolerance to a wide range of food groups.

Nutritional therapist: Rowena Paxton.

 

Acupuncture and Chinese medicine

Traditional or Chinese acupuncture differs from Western methods, in that it is not only used for treating pain, but is a full system of full-body diagnosis and treatment. This system is known as Traditional Chinese Medicine and is used by both acupuncturists and herbalists practising mainstream medicine in China today.

Traditional acupuncture has become a popular choice, both as a stand-alone treatment and in combination with Western biomedicine. The growing popularity of acupuncture has gained a boost in recent years from The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, which has endorsed acupuncture treatment for non-specific back pain, and as a prophylaxis for migraine and tension type headaches.

The approach is to focus on the individual’s patterns of disharmony in the body, as opposed to focusing on a specific disease. In this way, whatever the problem, acupuncture aims to rebalance energy and stimulate the body’s own healing ability in order to achieve a healthier state. Your acupuncture treatment will be a journey of discovery, at the end of which you will feel not only in a better state of wellbeing, but also more in tune with your body’s mental, emotional and physical needs.

Acupuncturist: Kay Hay.

 

Aromatherapy

An aromatherapy massage is a deeply relaxing treatment suitable for all, and harnesses the healing properties and energies of plants, flowers and trees in the form of essential oils.

This is combined with therapeutic touch and massage to create a holistic and deeply relaxing treatment.

This therapy is a gentle treatment and suitable for most, including the elderly and pregnant women. It can aid in promoting a person’s unique self-healing mechanism, support their emotional and spiritual development, as well as improve their general wellbeing.

Cost of treatment: £40 for 1 hour session, £60 for 1.5 hour session.

Therapist: Kirsty Wick.

 

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