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It’s THAT time of year again!

It’s time to start thinking about NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS…

There won’t be many people promising themselves that they’ll start smoking, but there are still a goodly number who would like help to make 2017 the year that they become non-smokers.

If you truly want to stop smoking, you can – IF you are really determined to say goodbye (and good riddance!)  to that smoking habit.

Start by visiting our page: www.hypnotherapia.co.uk/category/treatments-for-stopping-smoking

 

Do you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

While the list of conditions that hypnotherapy can successfully treat is a long one, the most notable inclusion is Irritable Bowel Syndrome. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recognised hypnotherapy as a possible treatment for IBS. Our hypnotherapy practice in Broadstairs can offer IBS sufferers the proven benefits of the evidence-based North Carolina Protocol, which was created by Dr Olafur S. Palsson, Professor of Medicine at the University of North Carolina. This protocol can be delivered only by practitioners who have been given permission to use it.
For more information about hypnotherapy for IBS please visit www.gutbetter.co.uk

NHS Quit Kits – more needed!

Many smokers looking to quit will not have heard about the “new improved” NHS Quit Kits currently being given away free (until stocks run out) at selected Tesco, Sainsbury and Co-op stores. This is because the offer is not being advertised! Smokers who miss out on this invitation to kick the habit shouldn’t kick themselves instead. While the kits offer very useful “practical tools and advice to help you quit smoking for good”, they include only a one-week supply of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) patches. This would be better described as an “NRT starter pack” because a seven-day supply is most unlikely to provide enough help in countering the withdrawal symptoms and cravings that follow giving up cigarettes. Still, we live in interestingly difficult times, and perhaps a week’s NRT patches is about as generous as the public purse can be. What matters more is that the patches deal only with physical dependence. Successful quitting needs the addition of other methods to deal with the psychological issues involved. Linking NRT with hypnotherapy, for example, will make becoming a non-smoker very much more likely.

Anthony Cox

Anthony Cox, B.Ed. (Hons), Dip CBH, is a clinical hypnotist. He studied with the UK College of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy, one of the country’s leading accredited hypnotherapy training institutions, and holds the Diploma in Cognitive-Behavioural Hypnotherapy. He is a licentiate member of the Register for Evidence-Based Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy and a member of the General Hypnotherapy Register. He is registered with the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council  and is an Anxiety UK-approved hypnotherapist.

 

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Susan Forbes

Susan Forbes, M.Sc., is a psychotherapist with many years experience of working privately and within the NHS in GP surgeries. She studied clinical hypnosis in the Faculty of Psychology at University College London and cognitive behavioural therapy at Canterbury Christ Church University, where she gained the Postgraduate Diploma in Psychological Therapies: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (High Intensity). She also holds qualifications in counselling and brief therapy approaches. She has private practices in the UK and in Greece and can offer sessions in English or Greek.

Susan is accredited by Counsellors & Psychotherapists in Primary Care (CPC) and the British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH) and is also a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). She is registered with the General Hypnotherapy Register as a Senior Practitioner.

VISIT SUSAN’S NEW WEB SITE:  www.cbtprovider.co.uk