Throughout your career as a hypnotherapist you'll find yourself presented with the challenge of growing your business. You may have recently started out and want to start seeing clients outside of your circle of friends, you might be ready to make the leap, quit your day job and take up hypnotherapy full time.
Starting a hypnotherapy practice might seem like a daunting prospect. You’ve decided to take your desire to help people with their issues and problems and make a business of it, and up until now you’ve worked with people you know, friends, friends of friends, family, co-workers and so on.
You've tried them all; the two sticks of celery a day celebrity-endorsed fad diet, the too-good-to-be-true chocolate for breakfast diet, raw food on Thursdays, liquids for lunch, even diets dictated by the cycles of the moon.
Christmas is a joyful and giving period, where we spend time with friends and family and relax a little from work. However for many, Christmas is an extremely stressful and daunting time of the year.
There’s no doubt that the local region has had a very exciting couple of years. In 2013, Hull won the UK City of Culture 2017-and since then, we have seen huge changes taking place.
Is your child setting off for University this year? Sending a child off to University can be an exciting time. On the one hand, you feel proud and excited for them -after all it is a whole new chapter in their lives!
Every hypnotherapy practice is different, and when it comes to making yours a success, you need to carefully consider and decide on what your success criteria is going to be. Only by deciding ahead of time what you want to get out of running your own practice, will you be able to plan for, and achieve that goal.
Exams are a big part of life. The culmination of months of hard work, and years of education, represent a huge investment of time. And with the results often being felt to determine the course of the rest of their lives, the consequence of failing can be a huge weight on the shoulders of the pupils and students undertaking them.
We all have them. Whether they are harmless yet irritating niggles like nail biting or swearing, or more something more serious like smoking and over eating, bad habits affect everyone. And, if you've been doing it for a while, your unwanted habit is not going to be easy to shift.
As ITV’s I’m a Celebrity…Get me out of Here! starts again this week, this year’s celebrities will undoubtedly be faced with some of their biggest fears in the Australian jungle – much to our delight!
Do you feel as though you have got yourself into a bit of a rut? It’s so easy to pick up habits as part of our daily work routine.
This week I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Catherine Lea, business editor of the Hull Daily Mail. We spoke about my work with schools to help students overcome exam anxiety and being tasked to help big corporates to reduce stress levels among employees.
It's Sunday evening. The pangs of anxiety kicked in shortly after your Sunday roast, your mouth is starting to go dry, and you can feel the beginnings of that headache that normally keeps you awake until Monday morning. If these symptoms sound familiar, you may be suffering from work-related stress.
This is the first blog in a series that’s aimed at helping you turn your enthusiasm for hypnotherapy into a successful and thriving business. You have probably become a hypnotherapist because you’ve experienced the transformative power of hypnotherapy yourself, and now want other people to benefit too.
It’s that time of year again when we make New Year’s resolutions and promise ourselves we are going to change for the better. Welcoming the New Year should bring with it a fresh start.
Have you been experiencing mood swings lately, or feeling a little bit out of sorts? Feeling a little bit down is normal and usually picks up after a much needed cup of tea and a chat with friends.
Many of us will be able to recall how nerve-racking it can be to take an exam. Butterflies in our stomach, sweaty palms, a racing heart and panicking that we won’t be able to remember anything we’ve learnt are all common feelings before an exam.
For most children and young adults, exams are an extremely stressful time. There is a lot of pressure to ‘get everything right,’ to be able to answer every question, and not ‘let themselves down.’