Devon School

Hypnotherapy And Anxiety

Lockdown Bought So Many Old Fears To The Front Of Our Minds Lockdown was a difficult time for so many people: This is a true story of a client who’s anxiety was beginning to go through the roof. It’s worth pointing out that although my name was mentioned, it’s the process that makes the change …

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Cave Hypnotherapy

What’s Your Cave Like?

Imagine a friend of yours shows you a cave….. It’s pitch black in this cave, there are lights available, but they can’t find the main switch – yet. All you have to find your way around is a pencil beam of light. As you try to find your way around the cave, your light picks out …

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ODD: Oppositional Defiant Disorder

ODD: Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Granted, children do not always do what is asked of them, but Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is far more than mere disobedience. Oppositional Defiant Disorder is a childhood disorder characterised by defiant, disobedient, negative, and often hostile behaviour towards adult figures. It is common amongst children with ADHD, and it is thought that between 2-16 …

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Certificate in Hypnotherapy

Qualified-What’s Next?

Ove you have gained your  Diploma in Hypnotherapy, you will have a high degree of competence in both the practical and theory side of hypnotherapy and hypnosis. You are now ready to work professionally as a hypnotherapist, where you can make a real difference in the world, helping people improve their lives. During your training, …

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Emetophobia

Understanding Emetophobia

There isn’t anyone that particularly enjoys feeling or being sick but for those with Emetophobia, vomiting, seeing it, watching it, feeling it or even being sick cause enormous distress. Ongoing distress of any sort can have a big impact on daily living. For those whose phobia is feeling or being sick, the notion of eating …

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