Life’s Problems

At some stage in our life we may find ourselves vulnerable and in difficult situations, suffering emotional problems such as stress and anxiety caused by things such as divorce, redundancy, bereavement, the workplace, unexpected illness and the fast and relentless pace of life.

Bad habits such as drinking too much alcohol, addictions, smoking and excessive eating can become a crutch to lean upon, and are extremely difficult to break. Hypnotherapy can address the underlying subconscious state of mind that causes repeated unwanted behaviours, helping you to cope better and offering benefits to your health and well-being.

Hypnotherapy can help

With hypnotherapy the urge to repeat bad habits can be replaced with a positive mental attitude and the strength and willpower to make those all important changes, it is an effective and versatile way of dealing with issues as it makes it possible to tackle your problems in a more positive way.

At Positive Path Hypnotherapy Kent I aim to help you realise your full potential, to improve your self-confidence in all areas of your life, at work and socially, to lose that extra weight in a painless way, to finally quit smoking for good, to squash gambling addictions and dependency on alcohol, to deal with any anxiety issues you may have. To be the real YOU and live a happier life.

Areas of hypnotherapy I deal with

The conditions that hypnotherapy is suitable for are very varied, covering issues such as Addictions, Alcohol Abuse, Anger Management, Anxiety, Childbirth, Depression, Eating Disorders, Exam Stress, Fear of Flying/Driving, Food Addition, Gambling Addiction, Insomnia, IBS, Self-Confidence, low Self-Esteem, Obsessions and Compulsions, Pain Management, Panic Attacks, Phobias, Public Speaking, Relationship Issues, Relaxation, Sleep Disorders, Tinnitus, Weight Loss etc.

The above list is not extensive however, so it is always best to ring me for an initial consultation and to discuss any concerns you may have.

CONTACT ME FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

07368 233450

You should always consult your GP for advice and diagnosis if you suspect you may have a medical condition and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative / additional therapy.