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24th October 2021 
Services offered + professional regulation. Rosalind Sept 21 (old)

I can help you manage perimenopausal symptoms and explain your needs to those around you.

Common (peri)menopausal life changes that can be helped:
hot flushes/flashes
night sweats
difficulty falling asleep/insomnia
difficulty relaxing
overwhelm and procrastination


🌹 Email via the link in the title bar to request a free discovery call and find out more about the services I offer. 🌹


Services offered + professional regulation. GHR registration

I can help you settle in to university/college/internship more easily and overcome:

perfectionism (without sacrificing quality)
procrastination (and submit your assignments on time)
excessive exam stress
those whirring thoughts that stop you falling asleep
embarrassing nail biting


Services offered + professional regulation. BSCAH hi res

My business is registered with the ICO (UK). Professional and public liability insurance held (Zurich).


Cognitive and behavioural therapies (CBT) are evidence-based, mainstream treatments for anxiety, mild depression, menopausal flushes

They work through the understanding that our thoughts (cognitions) influence our feelings (emotions), responses (behaviours) and bodily sensations to events.
Recognising and changing unhelpful ingrained/automatic/subconscious assumptions and patterns of thinking can improve how we respond to events.
Evidence from clinical trials shows that CBT is particularly helpful for anxiety, panic, mild depression, menopausal hot flushes.


What is hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis can be used to reinforce CBT.
Hypnosis is a state of focussed attention, like being engrossed in a film or a good book.
There is no mystical ‘trance’ state.
You can't be made to do silly or embarrassing things like you may have seen in stage hypnosis entertainment!
Self-hypnosis is a skill which almost any client can learn.
The client is actively “doing” self-hypnosis and can choose to stop whenever s/he/it/they want(s).


How does the therapy work?

As an essential part of your online hypnotherapy treatment you will be required to engage in between-session tasks, aimed at promoting independence in using the skills and techniques learnt in our therapy sessions. Although we work together as a team, you need to be fully committed to do these home assignments necessary to help you change your unhelpful ingrained patterns of thinking and behaviour. I suggest you approach them with a spirit of curiosity.
Afterwards we will see how you found them, and modify them as your confidence grows. My aim is to teach you evidence-based skills which you can use in other areas of your life; you will grow in confidence, become your own therapist and no longer need me!


Services offered + professional regulation. GHSC accredited

Hypnotherapy standards and code of ethics

Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy/DipCBH from UKCHH This Diploma is BPS, NCFE, BPS, GHR, NCH and REBHP accredited
Member of the professional hypnosis society BSCAH
Registered Hypnotherapist (GHR Reg 8817) General Hypnotherapy Register GHR
Accredited Practitioner General Hypnotherapy Standards Council GHSC
Member International Society of Hypnosis ISH


My professional and teaching background

Academic Qualifications:
BSc; MBBS (medical degree); MD (Doctorate); FRCP (Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians)
General Medical Council (GMC) registration 3466216
I was an NHS consultant physician before training as a hypnotherapist. I worked in UK hospital medicine for over 25 years.
Although still GMC registered, I relinquished my licence to practise on early retirement. This means, for example, I no longer prescribe medication.

Teaching:
I am familiar with the stresses on students, having been an honorary PGCE tutor at Edge Hill University for several years and teaching medical students, postgraduate doctors and nurses throughout my career. I was also an examiner for the Royal College of Physicians.