Stress Management

Feeling overwhelmed?

Are you feeling overwhelmed with work-related stress? Are deadlines looming? Are you having to manage too much? Are the stakes high?

Stress has a significant impact on both the body and the mind. Physically, stress can lead to a range of symptoms such as headaches, muscle tension, chest pain, fatigue, sleep disturbances, and stomach problems. Stress can also impact the immune system, leading to an increased risk of infection and illness. Mentally, stress can cause symptoms such as irritability, difficulty concentrating, poor decision making, and depression. Longterm stress can also lead to more serious mental health issues such as anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder. 

Hypnotherapy is an ideal solution for managing the pressures of work because it focuses on what you are achieving rather than the problem. It helps manage sleep which improves focus and mental dexterity, produces feel good chemicals which reduce negativity and promotes the natural problem-solving processes of the brain that would be happening if the pressure wasn’t as high.

I am passionate about working with clients with these goals having had experience of this myself. I have spent a lot of time researching and perfecting methods to help you succeed in high pressure environments.

 

“Paul is fantastic. He firstly explained the psychology behind hypnotherapy. After the initial session, I was convinced he could help. In his own time he researched my profession and this knowledge was bought into our sessions, very much helping with my journey. He was practical and flexible with timings of appointments to suit my needs, even up to the day of the appointment.”

Initial consultation: Free

FAQs

Hypnotherapy looks to reframe the event in question to create a more positive behaviour template that will act as a subconscious blueprint. I help by attaching positive anchors to the  exam and giving the brain a confident visualisation of success which provides the brain with a ‘roadmap of success.’ We also look to process information into long-term memory and reduce stress levels generally. 

This could be anything from school or college-based tests, driving tests, or work-based assessments. I have worked with many goals, including pilots preparing for practical observations and accountants gaining new qualifications.