HPD in Cognitive Hypnotherapy
Member of Professional Associations:
NCH national Council of Hypnotherapists
QCHPA Quest Cognitive Hypnotherapists Association
Help with anxiety, confidence issues, pain relief, phobias, limiting beliefs……etc
“Having spent the majority of my working career within the armed forces and emergency services, I recognise the challenges that can impact the mental wellbeing of men and women in that line of work.
I qualified as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist to help my friends and colleagues and have now decided to take my passion to the outside world.
I love the idea of the Happy Body Project. I want my clients to feel relaxed and see the studios as a haven from the stresses of the outside world. I believe that is offers something special and look forward to joining the other specialists involved in the project. Thanks to Julie, Sam and the team for having this wonderful vision and for all the hard work that they have put into it.”
Paul is a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and a registered member of the BABCP. He has worked in the NHS since 2009 and has supported and treated individuals, suffering with a wide range of mental health difficulties. Paul graduated in Psychology in 2008 and subsequently gained employment as a Support Worker in Early Intervention in Psychosis. During this spell, he broadened his clinical experience by working as an honorary assistant psychologist. Paul developed an interest in psychotherapeutic work and gained Post Graduate Diplomas, first as a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner, and then as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist. Paul is experienced in treating a range of mental health difficulties such as; Depression, OCD, Social Anxiety, Specific Phobias, Panic Disorder and Generalised Anxiety Disorder. He has experience of delivering Cognitive-Behavioural techniques which have a strong evidence base.
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Paul sees himself as a reflective practitioner, who likes to explore the meaning behind thoughts and behaviours and how they affect us emotionally. He believes in a highly collaborative approach, with the client actively shaping their treatment and future outcomes. He places a strong emphasis on an eclectic approach, drawing on all aspects of his training and enjoys being creative in the techniques he delivers. He has a special interest in Mindfulness, as well as Compassion Focused Therapy, with both forming part of his CBT training at Royal Holloway. Paul often combines these approaches with his traditional CBT practice, or can use them as stand-alone techniques. Paul has also received training in CBT for insomnia, and can offer specific treatment around sleep difficulties.
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