Speciality and Practitioner Profile

My area of speciality is the enhancement of confidence for:

  • Overcoming social anxiety and attracting the opposite sex.
    (In modern western cultures, in which feminist ideology has gathered such traction, many young men are confused, emasculated and have been conditioned to place women, particularly beautiful women, on a pedestal. They are typically fearful in the presence of and have no idea how to approach, let alone attract and date attractive girls. Hypnotherapy, coupled with appropriate advice on how to maintain so called masculine polarity, can quickly help to overcome such limitations.)
  • Public speaking of all kinds including technical presentations
  • The overcoming of nerves if faced with examinations or that all important driving test
  • Enabling you to perform to the best of your ability if you've have a vital job interview coming up. 

I have a degree in Physics and also studied Psychology at University. I have worked in the field of Hypnosis since 1982 and gained my first diploma in Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy in 1984 after which I went into part time practice. I secured a Diploma with distinction in Clinical Hypnosis from the London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH) in 1997.

I am a full member (No. 1998) of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH).
(Please note that I am subject to a strict code of professional ethics. Your confidentiality, privacy and anonymity are assured.)

I have enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) clearance with
Certificate Number: 001506211511.

In addition, I have extensive experience over many years in Meditation techniques from a variety of comtemplative traditions and can offer guidance in the Mindfulness of Breathing approach to those clients looking for an effective remedy to excessive stress and feelings of anxiety. I also teach self hypnosis for relaxation as an integral part of therapy. 

Please click here to view practitioner movie on YouTube showing part of a talk given at the Isbourne centre, Cheltenham in 2003.