Why choose Regents Park hypnotherapy?
If you’re looking for Regent’s Park hypnotherapy Alix Needham can help. With an office situated right on Regent’s Park crescent you can enjoy a walk in the park before or after your session. The stunning views and tranquillity of the park are ideal for creating the relaxing atmosphere ideal for hypnotherapy. My office is just a two minute walk from the Regent’s Park tube station.
About Alix Needham
I am Alix Needham, an advanced hypnotherapist and life coach based in Regents Park with over 25 years of experience in helping people deal with a wide range of issues. I am a published author of The Stress Management Kit and an active member of the National Council of Hypnotherapy
For Regents Park Hypnotherapy appointments contact me on 020 7935 1965 or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy offers a natural drug free solution to many issues and is often successful when traditional methods have failed. Its inherent benefit is that most problems can be resolved in a very short period of time. Hypnosis is completely safe and enjoyable experience without any side effects and the hypnosis process leads to greater feelings of well being
How can Regents Park hypnotherapy help you?
During our hypnotherapy sessions, we initially discuss what you would like to achieve from the treatment, as well as working together to discover the root cause of your psychological issues or physical symptoms. I use a variety of tried and tested techniques, to eradicate old negative thoughts and behaviour patterns which are then transformed, delivering the results that you desire.
Hypnotherapy can help with a variety of problems
- Smoking and alcohol dependency
- Self confidence and blushing issues
- Depression and sleep problems
- Weight loss
- Motivation and shyness
- Anxiety and phobias
How many sessions are required?
The fact is that everyone is different, and the problems they have can be complex. In saying that, the reality is that many issues can be resolved in just one session. Some problems require more sessions, usually an average of three sessions, to bring about a long lasting change.