Hypnotherapy Hertfordshire: Watford, St Albans, Hemel Hempstead & Berkhamsted

June 18, 2013 · by Sean Heneghan · Cognitive Hypnotherapy, Hypnotherapy

If you’re looking for a hypnotherapist in Hertfordshire, my hypnotherapy clinic in Berkhamsted is conveniently located at Berkhamsted Chiropractic Clinic and easily reachable to the many local towns in the west Hertfordshire/Buckinghamshire area.

So if you’re seeking hypnotherapy in St Albans, hypnotherapy in Watford or hypnotherapy in Hemel Hempstead I’m within easy reach of your location just off the A41.

Berkhamsted Chiropractic Clinic has been a place of healing for a remarkable 82 years. It’s Britain’s longest standing Chiropractic Clinic in its original location and is a multidisciplinary clinic with many practitioners. All of us here are passionate about helping people with a variety of physical and emotional problems to help them through their difficulties toward better health.

I run my own practice from the clinic where I provide acupuncture and cognitive hypnotherapy and have had an extensive training in both fields. As well as a mid week clinic I also offer weekend and late evening appointments for those clients who need out of office hours appointments.

All of my hypnotherapy sessions are scheduled at 90 mins per session which allows ample time for a thorough in depth approach where I work very closely with an individualized method that’s created fresh for each client. No two clients ever receive the same therapy, and it’s my intention is to work with you with whatever is problematic about your experience at the moment, to help you use your mind and your imagination to bring about your own solutions. Just as the mind can be extraordinarily powerful in creating many of our problems, it can also be used in surprising ways to to create the solutions.

In recent years hypnotherapy has become considerably more popular as the capacity for our minds and our imagination to influence our experience has become more widely acknowledged. People have hypnotherapy for many reasons – from managing stress and reducing anxiety levels, to changing unwanted behaviours like over eating and stopping smoking, and also to aid sleep and relaxation. Hypnotherapy has also in recent times been used in some areas of the NHS for problems like irritable bowel syndrome. It is likely that in future years hypnotherapy will feature more prominently in healthcare as more is understood about how the mind influences the physical functioning of the body.

If you’re curious about what hypnotherapy could do for you please feel free to ring or email me and I’d be happy to discuss any questions you might have.

You can email me at sean@seanheneghan.com or telephone me on 07717 515 013.

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