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Motivational Coaching & Hypnotherapy

In addition Pam is a Master Practitioner in NLP, has trained in CBT and draws from an earlier professional  business career of over 2 decades.

Pam has coached and mentored many individuals and has long believed in straight talking and keeping things simple.

During your initial consultation, your challenge and objectives will be discussed and the process of Hypnotherapy will be explained.

You will also be given plenty of opportunity to ask any questions you may have and Pam will then explain how sessions will be structured and will move on to introduce the process of Hypnotherapy.

Pam will only recommend and continue sessions as required - and only if she feels it will be of benefit to you. If Pam  feels that Hypnotherapy is not for you, she will let you know.

What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is simply a state of inner focus and calm that allows your conscious mind and all your thoughts to relax. We all experience altered states of awareness every day - just before falling asleep, when day-dreaming or when absorbed in a good book, for example.  

During hypnosis, your mind is more responsive to suggestion and the creativity of your unconscious mind is the key to unlocking your individual potential. 

Hypnotherapy can help in many different ways from improving your confidence and self -esteem to banishing anxiety and quitting smoking. Hypnosis can help increase your motivation to achieve your goals, improve concentration and create an enjoyable personal way for you to relax and take charge of your life.

Hypnotherapy is a powerful communication method and the origins of hypnosis date back thousands of years.

What can Hypnosis help me with?

Frequently asked questions

How does Hypnosis work?
Hypnotherapy is drug free and is a relaxed and painless experience which is now recognised by large sections of medical and health professionals.  It’s an effective means of resolving a wide range of emotional, physical and mental health issues.

Hypnotherapy uses hypnosis to help calm the conscious mind and enables the sub-conscious mind to open. In this extremely relaxed state, the sub-conscious mind comes to the fore and any negative thoughts or beliefs, which inhibit a person's progress in everyday life, can be recognised, changed or off-loaded.

What does Hypnosis feel like?
The state of being in hypnosis is called trance.  We move in and out of different trance states, naturally and all the time, whether we are engrossed in a film, focused on an activity or quietly daydreaming. Already, you will have naturally experienced hypnosis! Hypnotherapy enables us to enter these relaxed states at will and at this point your mind becomes engaged and alert and willing to make important life changes.

Can it make me do things that I don't want to or say things I don't want to?
No. Your unconscious mind will only allow things to happen that it believes to be natural, comfortable and safe and you will only say things that you wish to share.

Will I get lost in hypnosis and not be able to return?
No. You can bring yourself out of hypnosis at any time as you are always in complete control.

Will the effects last?

Yes!  And when used in conjunction with NLP and CBT, hypnotherapy is even more effective.




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Pam Watson is an accredited Motivational Coach
 and Clinical Hypnotherapist.