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Ifield Therapy 

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for your physical and emotional balance


dealing with addictions, anger, anxiety, compulsions, depression, loss, panic attacks, relationships, self-worth, sleep, weight

Coming to therapy

We may use different words to describe how we feel, when we’re looking for therapy: fed up, low, empty, frustrated, anxious, panicky, over-thinking, unable to sleep, too sensitive, unable to move on... - very much like feeling out of control, separate or lost. It can be overwhelming, taking too much from us. In therapy, we find ways to regain the balance to feel strong and free again.

What to expect in therapy

As a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist, I use my skills and insight for the most efficient therapeutic outcome. I use Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT, Marisa Peer Method) to identify and resolve the root causes of the issues focusing on your expectations, what you want to achieve in therapy, yourself and life. 

The point of therapy is to enable you to re-evaluate your relationships and habits, make clear-minded decisions and choices, and ultimately, enjoy a fulfilling life. The therapeutic experience, whether it’s just one session or a few, will feel intensive and eye-opening, because you will start breaking the negative patterns, delusions and perceptions.

You will no longer feel trapped in an unconscious worry about the past or future, but start living consciously, feeling in control of your thoughts and actions. The rest changes automatically.

The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it cannot be changed without changing our thinking. Albert Einstein