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Springing South of the River

Posted by on Feb 21, 2017 in About Emma, Hypnotherapy | 0 comments

Springing South of the River

In case you missed my last blog post about my imminent relocation, I can now announce that I have now moved! It’s been a fairly chaotic few weeks but I am now getting settled in my new home. Moving can be a really stressful time, in fact one of the most stressful, and so it’s been a good chance for me to ‘practice what I preach’ and put some of my self-care routines into practice; if anything is a good test of a mental health hygiene routine it is moving (actually even a basic hygiene routine is put under pressure when you can’t remember which box contains your toothbrush). Moving really...

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NEWS FLASH: I’m on the move!

Posted by on Feb 1, 2017 in About Emma, FAQ, Hypnotherapy | 0 comments

NEWS FLASH: I’m on the move!

So after a long, and rather stressful few months I am pleased to announce that I am finally on the move! I am upping sticks from my current home, and lovely home clinic in Montpelier to a new home south of the river in Southville. I will still be seeing clients in Bristol and on Skype, and this move actually means that I will be available in more areas of the city. I’ll be working out of Alma Vale Hypnotherapy in Clifton every Thursday. This is particularly exciting, as I have previously worked at Alma Vale and know what a lovely space it is (and very handy for the train station), and many...

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The best and worst questions to ask a hypnotherapist

Posted by on Sep 5, 2016 in About Emma, FAQ, Hypnotherapy | 1 comment

The best and worst questions to ask a hypnotherapist

I’ll admit it, for the first few years after I completed my training as a hypnotherapist, I would cringe if anyone asked me what I did for a living. Not because I’m not incredibly proud and happy with my career, but because I would quite often be faced with stupid comments and questions. Now don’t get me wrong, I love talking about my job, I am enthusiastic about helping people and a complete geek when it comes to chatting about how the brain works, I can talk about it for hours… try me! But often when you say you’re a hypnotherapist, some people take it upon themselves to ask the most...

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New books and pencils all round, It’s September!

Posted by on Sep 1, 2016 in About Emma, Empowerment, event, Hypnotherapy, media, Resources, Wellbeing, Women's Health | 5 comments

New books and pencils all round, It’s September!

September is my favourite time of year. Since I left school I never really got the hang of January being the time for fresh starts and resolutions (after all who wants to work hard and give up comfort foods in the dead of winter?) and I always feel the ‘back to school’ vibe when September starts. Summer is fun, but by the end of August I am happy for the nights to pull in a bit and the heat to die down. I always start exciting new projects in September and nearly always have a surge in clients. With that in mind I am celebrating the first of my favourite month, with not one, but...

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Now available on Skype!

Posted by on Jul 28, 2016 in About Emma, FAQ, Hypnotherapy, media | 0 comments

Now available on Skype!

Newsflash! So just to let everyone know I am now available to see clients over Skype! This is very exciting for me as it means I now get to see clients from all over the UK and abroad, and it’s exciting for you, because it now means that you can come and get more empowered, rid yourselves of phobias and anxieties, stop bad habits, or even prepare for a beautiful calm birth with me all from the comfort of your own home! Skype sessions work very similarly to face-to-face sessions, we will still discuss all the same things. The hypnosis works just the same too, as long as you have somewhere...

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A new approach to death and dying: Good Grief

Posted by on May 6, 2016 in About Emma, Hypnotherapy | 0 comments

A new approach to death and dying: Good Grief

Like most therapists, hypnotherapists or otherwise, I attend a certain number of Continual Professional Development (CPD) courses each year to keep my knowledge fresh and to expand my skill-set. The Clifton Practice, where I trained offer an interesting selection each year and through these training days or weekends, I’ve learned additional skills in the past such as mindfulness, helping those with OCD, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy techniques and psychoneuroimmunology. Although they are always interesting, it’s a new thing for me to be this excited about a new CPD course, but I have been...

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