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.”
Level 5 CPCAB Psychotherapeutic Counselling
Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy
Level 2 Gottman Method Relationship Therapy
Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling
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Individual Talking Therapy
“Growing up, I often felt I didn’t belong. I didn’t see myself as a ‘Person Of Colour’, as I wasn’t white, black or brown. I remember asking myself if I was classified as an Asian, as on the forms there were a box for Asians and another for Chinese. Recently, I belonged to a label called BAME but if you ask me in person, I will say, I am a ‘BBC’… British Born Chinese.
I was born in a highly diverse town in England. My childhood was in a rough area. But because of the diversity and my highly diverse friendship groups, I didn’t feel like a minority at all. My external life was full of excitement, but my home life was full of restrictions. I’m sure many teenagers like me met their difficulties. Reflecting on my youth years, it provided me with a wealth of experiences that made me who I am.
After graduating and working in the UK, I spent another decade working and exploring Asia. Here, I had another label known as ‘Gwai Mui’… the western girl. Again, I had to find my own belonging. But first I had to overcome the societal norm where women are perceived less. I met new sets of difficulties, some very traumatic, but my life experiences had given me enough confidence to push through the person I want to be. Not only did I survive, but I also lived. I held directorial positions, I went on an entrepreneur journey, and I also volunteered in schools.
When I returned to the UK, I wanted a change… it was the perfect time to make changes, I wasn’t young, but I wasn’t old either, so I returned to studies and retrained to become a psychodynamic psychotherapist. My journey was fascinating and insightful. I started to understand my patterns and traits. I realized I was thriving from my traumatic experiences. I felt empowered and good.
I have a strong belief in self-worth. I have a strong desire to reach for perfection, but I also consider imperfections can be perfect too. It is a matter of perceptions and alternatives. My wealth has increased my compassion and capacity to help those to overcome their difficulties. I love working with people.
My passion comes from deep within. It is only through talking and exploration that one can begin to make sense of their feelings and find their cure. But everyone is different. Some may have defence walls so high that it imprisons them to talk, feel, and even relax. My passions led me to learn hypnotherapy too, with the vision that I’ll have an alternative way to help people relax, feel, and even talk.
There’s an old Chinese proverb that I like… ‘read ten thousand scrolls, rather walk ten thousand miles.’
When we search for answers or a type of knowledge, we read into things. But what we can’t grasp from written literature, is the feelings through interactions, the fluidity of thoughts, and another’s perceptions and ways of being. How many times have you said or thought ‘I didn’t think about that’?
I love to talk. And therapy gave me a different perspective to talking. The therapeutic space, provides an opportunity to think, feel, question, and grow. It is profoundly true that when a person is able to grow as a result of learning from the inner capacities of another, that other is also deeply affected. This moment in life, I am experiencing the most affections and satisfaction.
I have found my belonging. I belong to myself, my creations, and my space. I am always creating… everything begins with just a thought. I welcome those into my space to create a space for themselves, whether that’s just through talking, or hypnosis too. And in time, I’m hoping to bring my Therapy-dog into my practice for another alternative way to have Therapy With.”
Mobile: 07537 882597
Hypnotherapy – Hypnotherapy Practitioners Diploma
Hypnotherapy – Clinical Diploma in Hypnotherapy Practice
Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy
Kinetic Shift Practitioner
Member of professional registers:
Registrant of the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council – practice listing CNHC01502
Debra is a Hypnotherapist and Wellbeing Coach who has a particular interest in helping clients who find they are feeling on edge, tense, stressed and anxious all of the time.
Perhaps you are suffering with panic attacks or keep reliving distressing events over and over causing you to feel anxious most of the time.
Hypnotherapy is a fantastic tool and you really can rid yourself of past pain, fear, grief, anger and any unbearable thoughts such as accident distress, childhood traumas, work related trauma and anything else that is distressing for you.
If you can relate to any of the above, I can help you to feel better. I use a combination of Hypnosis, Kinetic Shift and Time Line Techniques that really can change the way you feel.
If you would like to feel calm and relaxed once again by putting fear, distress and anxieties behind you, contact me for further information.
Mobile: 07449 533223
I have over 25-years experience working with children, adolescents and adults in complementary health, wellness and social care settings. My early 20-year career as a Youth Offending and Families Social Worker helped provide a strong foundation to all the work I do, and developed my ability to effectively engage and build rapport with clients of all ages. Within the last 10 years I changed my career focus to building up my private practice. Along the way I was fortunate to have been trained in person by Dr Brian Weiss, World Past Life Regression Lead and Author of ‘Many Lives Many Masters’.
Currently I continue to work with clients of all ages using a variety of modalities, which aims to empower them to achieve positive transformation and improve quality of life. My work is holistic and has effectively supported many of my clients to find resolution and gain insight for the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of themselves. Some of the most common themes that my work supports is: physical symptoms, pain, trauma, difficult emotions, dysfunction, self worth and identity, relationship issues, blocks, fears, phobias, doubts, limited beliefs, uncertainty / life crossroads, patterns and repetitive cycles of behaviour.
My most popular service is Regression Therapy, and clients particularly seek me out for past life regression and group journeying workshops. I have been fortunate to have recently regressed Celebrity and TV presenter Yvette Fielding for her podcast and as well as being in talks with TV producers to show case my past life regression work. I look forward to bringing my expertise in 1-2-1 Regression Therapy (Past Life, Inner Child, Life Between Lives) as well as Group Journeying Workshops (of varying spiritual development and intuitive expanding themes) to the Happy Body Project. Please view my YouTube Channel (Spacious Wings Therapies) for client video testimonials and free material.) Where possible, I offer all clients a free video consultation to meet and explore working together.
I look forward to journeying with you.
Mobile: 07588 873420