Neuro Linguistic Programming

Emotional Freedom Techniques

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy


Each therapy session will be specifically tailored to you as an individual. Everyone’s situation is different and the care of you, my client, is my highest priority.

During the course of our alliance, I will use various therapeutic techniques to assist you in achieving your goal(s), including:/


Hypnotherapy is very simply, therapy conducted whilst in hypnosis. Hypnosis alone promotes deep and beneficial relaxation of mind and body, but it is the therapy that takes place during that process that truly benefits a client.

Hypnotherapy has often been shown to achieve rapid results where change is sought. This is because positive suggestions delivered by a hypnotherapist will be received directly by the subconscious mind, and will enable a client to soon achieve their goals.

Often we don’t know what has caused us to behave or react in a certain way, or why we feel angry or sad about a particular person or situation, or why we have a specific fear or phobia.

In circumstances such as these I can help you by using Hypnoanalysis to get to the root of the problem. Essentially, Hypnoanalysis works by seeking to find and remove anxiety or another emotional state that is associated with traumatic events from the past. This therapy works well on many conditions where there is a psychological or emotional element.
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Neuro Linguistic Programming is not simply a complicated name for a collection of techniques but also a philosophy towards life. It offers a way of thinking, communicating and functioning that will help you be the best, happiest and most fulfilled that you can be. NLP provides tools to help us understand the processes of our behaviour and how we have developed patterns in our lives.

If your life patterns are not bringing you the results you want, NLP can help enhance, change or alter your processes of thought and behaviour in order for you to achieve your goals. NLP is a tool for improvement: It uses your thought patterns (neuro), your way of expressing your thoughts and their influence on you (linguistic) and your patterns of behaviour and goal setting (programming).

You will probably have heard the quotation “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got”, and this is at the heart of NLP. To change the outcomes, you will need to change your thought patterns and behaviour. In other words, if what you are doing is not working....do something different!
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)

The basic premise of EFT is that the cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body’s energy system and has been described by its founder Gary Craig as an emotional version of acupuncture, without the use of needles.

It involves the stimulation of acupressure points by tapping on them with the fingertips. Over the years we all build up a store of memories, some pleasant and some traumatic. We develop strategies to cope with traumatic memories and negative experiences. These unresolved emotional issues create blocks or disruptions in the body’s energy systems. EFT is a very quick and simple method of reducing the intensity of traumatic memories and it helps people resolve their emotional issues by addressing those energy imbalances.

EFT is often called emotional acupuncture because it combines gentle tapping on key acupuncture points, whilst focusing your thoughts on pain, unhappy memories, uncomfortable emotions, food cravings or any other problem. The underlying emotional factors that contribute to the problem are typically released, along with the energy blocks.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (CBT)

CBT is a form of coaching that emphasises the important role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It has helped people make sense of overwhelming problems by breaking them down into smaller parts. This makes it easier to see how they are connected and how they affect the individual. CBT focuses on raising awareness of “cognitive distortions”, and then replaces them with more useful thoughts and concepts, ultimately leading to improvement.

It is based on the idea that it is our internal thoughts that trigger our feelings and behaviours, rather than external factors such as people, situations and events. The obvious benefit of this fact is that we can change the way we think in order to feel better even if the external situation itself does not change.

Start of Page
© 2013 Transpire Therapy