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"The easier you can make it inside your head, the easier it will make things outside your head." - Richard Bandler


Hypnotherapy is a powerful and effective route into the subconscious mind, where together we can make the changes you wish for. The process is relaxing, safe, and a wonderful healing journey.


My specialist areas and the issues I can help you with are:




panic attacks




inner child healing




Not only do I use Hypnotherapy as a tool to help you move forward, but I incorporate Emotional Freedom Technique, Matrix Reimprinting and NLP. We may use just one or all of these techniques. I tailor each course of sessions to the needs of the individual and no two journeys will be the same.


"Absolutely love Kirsty and what she has done for me. I can’t recommend her enough. I never thought I’d be able to get out of the situation I was in mentally. Thanks to Kirsty I am on the right path xx"

"I have had the pleasure to have a few sessions with Kirsty and I could not recommend her more. She is an incredibly empathic person and a very gifted practitioner who is there for you all the way and she was invested in my emotional wellbeing. She helped me in overcoming some deep fears and a particular episode of my life that I kept clinging on to, and thanks to her I had a massive shift in my perception which freed me from the negative emotional attachment I had to it. I had the best session ever with her. She is gentle, kind, funny, approachable and professional, exactly what I needed. I will be forever grateful to her."

"I have had a couple of hypnotherapy sessions with Kirsty now and plan to have more! They’re incredibly gentle experiences led by a calm and supportive therapist and I would recommend this therapy to everyone! Although at first slightly dubious of the term ‘Hypno’ what I found was it is a means to enter deep relaxation and calm through the guidance of voice and my own imagination. Very powerful! Thanks, Kirsty!"

"I was in a really bad place that counselling or IPAT did not help. When it comes to your mental health every penny spent is worth it and Kirsty brought me back into reality and helped control my anxiety and panic attacks and along the way built my confidence! I can honestly say EFT/hypnosis and matrix is magical and really does help! Kirsty is fantastic, friendly has her own personal experience so really does understand. I still go every 6 weeks it really does help me! I cannot thank Kirsty enough she is a real star and lifesaver I rate her technique and the effects of Hypnotherapy and EFT ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"

"I would recommend Kirsty to anyone out there who is feeling trapped by anxiety/low self-esteem/past trauma etc she is amazing! Such a calm and down to earth person who you warm to instantly. She makes you feel so comfortable and gently guides you through your healing process. For anyone worried about giving it a go, don't be, it's not always easy (facing your fears and dragging up unpleasant memories) but it wasn't anywhere near as bad as I thought it would be. Kirsty is with you every step of the way and it leaves you feeling amazingly calm and happy at the end of it - totally worth it - changed me for the better! My only regret is that I didn't meet Kirsty sooner! Thank you so much! xx"

Hypnotherapy FAQ's;


1. Will I still be in control of myself?

This is what most people are afraid of. They are worried that if they really submit to the relaxation of hypnosis and go fully into a trance like state that they will no longer be in control of themselves and can be easily controlled by the person that is hypnotising them.  But be assured that you are still fully in control of yourself when you are hypnotised. You are still conscious, but your conscious mind is extremely relaxed.  No one can take control of you and make you do stupid things while you’re hypnotised unless you allow it.

2. Am I surrendering my free will if I get hypnotised?

Absolutely not. When you are in a hypnotic state you are more aware and more focused on yourself then you are in a normal state. You are not giving up your free will or allowing anyone to turn you into a “zombie”  or a chicken.  Despite what you’ve seen in films hypnosis doesn’t make you the slave of the person hypnotising you.  The person hypnotising you also can’t make you fall in love or out of love with someone else, make you change any essential part of who you are, or do anything that you don’t want to do.  You are in full possession of all your faculties throughout the hypnosis session and you are not under a “spell” or in anyway under the direction of someone else. The things that you’ve seen on the tele or in stage shows where people get “hypnotised” and run around acting like chickens or saying silly words on command is not real hypnosis. You will never do anything while you are hypnotised that you wouldn’t do under normal circumstances.

3. Can I be hypnotised without my consent?

One of the most common frequently asked questions about hypnosis is “can I be hypnotised without my consent?”. It is an area of concern for a lot of people that don’t know a lot about hypnosis. But don’t worry, no one can hypnotise you without your consent. Hypnosis isn’t magic, it’s just a state of very deep relaxation.  If you don’t want to be hypnotized then you won’t be able to relax and you won’t enter a hypnotic state.  The process of entering a hypnotic state takes some time because it will take time for your body and mind to reach the deep relaxation that is necessary for hypnosis. You can stop the hypnosis session at any time during that process if you’re not comfortable or if you don’t want to be hypnotised. You’ve probably seen hypnosis done in films or on TV where the person doing the hypnotising snaps their fingers and the other person immediately falls into a trance and is incapable of doing anything but what they are told. That’s not how hypnosis works.

4. What happens if I can’t come out of hypnosis?

It’s physically impossible for that to happen, because you are not unconscious at any point during the hypnosis.  You will be in a deeply relaxed state but fully conscious and you can come out of that state at any time that you want to.  You can also come out of that state when given a verbal cue by the hypnotherapist. Sometimes when you get the verbal cue to come out of your hypnosis you may not want to because the relaxed state you are in feels so good.  When that happens it may take you a few minutes to return to your normal awareness but that is only because you want to stay in the relaxed state, not because you are being forced to stay in it or because you can’t come out of it on your own.  You are always in control, even when you are deep in a hypnotic state.

5. Can I hypnotise myself?

Yes you can hypnotise yourself, it could even be argued that all hypnosis is self hypnosis as you are in control of what you are doing.  You will need to learn the proper way to do it but once you’ve had some instruction it’s possible to hypnotise yourself.  Some people prefer self-hypnosis because they can relax easier on their own and in familiar surroundings. You can also hypnotise yourself between sessions with a hypnotherapist if you feel you need a little extra relaxation or a boost in your therapy.  When you’re using self-hypnosis though you aren’t getting the expertise and therapeutic help that you would be getting from a trained therapist so if you’re using hypnosis to help you deal with Anxiety, Depression, or psychological issues then you should probably see a professional therapist instead of relying on self- hypnosis.


6. Does hypnosis work on children?

Yes, Hypnotherapy is often used to treat children that have behavioural disorders and children that have had traumatic events happen to them. Children have also been put into a hypnotic state in order to help police solve crimes in crimes where children have been attacked.  Some Hypnotherapists have found that using hypnosis as a method of treating night terrors for children under 10 years old can be more effective than other treatments because putting the children in a deep hypnotic state before bed relaxes their brain enough that they don’t have night terrors. If your child is having night terrors and has not responded well to other treatments using hypnosis is an option you should discuss with your doctor.

7. Is hypnosis real?

Lots of people are sceptical about hypnosis at first, but usually that’s because they don’t have a good understanding of how hypnosis is used for medical and psychological treatments.  Hypnosis is not some crazy New Age therapy. It’s a legitimate therapeutic technique that has been used with proven success to treat medical and psychological disorders in millions of people.  Anyone can be treated with hypnosis, and in most cases hypnosis is a very effective form of treatment for many different disorders.  Hypnosis has a long history of being used to treat illness; it’s not a new or untested therapy.

8. How many problems can I cure at once using hypnosis?

Hypnosis isn’t a magic cure that will get rid of all of your problems at once. You will still need to address your medical and psychological problems one at a time, and over the course of several treatments, in order to see results. It’s possible that symptoms of one disorder that mimic symptoms of another disorder might go away with the symptoms of the other disorder but in general you will need to tackle one problem at a time when you’re using hypnosis as a treatment.

9. Do I need to see a hypnotherapist more than once?

Another frequently asked question about hypnosis is “how many sessions will I need?” You most likely will need more than one session with a hypnotherapist to solve your problem, depending on what it is.  Most people see noticeable results after just one session so you might not need extensive hypnosis or months of treatment in order to eliminate your problem, but it will almost always take more than one session for you to see any kind of noticeable results for psychological problems.

10. Is hypnosis safe?

Hypnosis is perfectly safe.  You are always in control of the situation and you are never unconscious.  Unlike drug therapies hypnosis has no possible side effects and in most people hypnosis always works unlike drugs which may work or may not work depending on your body’s chemistry and what the disorder is.  Hypnosis can safely treat the physical and mental aspects of common problems like addictions safely and can help you break your physical and emotional dependence on overeating, smoking, drinking, drama, anger, or any other destructive addition that you might have.




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