I’m David Dewar, Clinical Hypnotherapist in Milton Keynes, and my passion is helping people who are stuck to achieve what they in life by using a toolbox of techniques and life skills, including Hypnotherapy.
As a fully certified Hypnotherapist trained in Clinical Hypnotherapy, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). I hold a Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma (HPD) which is a nationally recognised qualification from the National Council for Hypnotherapy.
What Drives Me as a Hypnotherapist
I am very passionate about the benefits hypnosis has to offer. I have a long list of clients who have benefitted from my training and expertise and have experienced positive, tangible results. This has only fuelled my fire to help as many as I can to enjoy a better quality of life.
The Misconceptions About Hypnotherapy
There are many misunderstandings about hypnotherapy; however, I want you to forget about all the films you’ve watched and the stories you heard about hypnosis.
There is really nothing to be scared or wary of. For example, I don’t click my fingers, swing a pocket watch in your face, make you slump unconsciously in my therapy chair or ask you to “look into my eyes”.
When you book an appointment to see me at the Hypnosis Studio, one thing is certain: I do always explain the “what” and the “how” so you know exactly what to expect from your sessions.
The Truth About Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy is completely safe, comforting and can help you achieve a completely relaxed state similar to being asleep while still being awake.
Hypnotherapy can help to overcome a variety of issues. However, I specialise in working with clients who want to lose weight, have phobias, anxiety disorders, those with confidence and self-esteem issues and also individuals who want to lower their stress levels.
You Have Nothing to Lose and Everything to Gain
It is often said, that the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Having said that, the only way you will know if hypnosis works is if you experience it firsthand.
The worst thing that can happen to you is an improvement in self and your overall well being. And, who doesn’t want that?