Try a bit of Self Help

I am the consultant hypnotherapist on these 4 free apps. My words are voiced by an actress.

  1. Anxiety
  2. Sleep well
  3. Lose weight
  4. Stop smoking

This really good set of self help leaflets from Northumberland NHS. are well worth a look.

Woebot is a free phone app helping you develop skills so that you think, feel and act like the strong and confident person you want to be. My clients have found it immensely helpful. Use it for 10 minutes a day for a fortnight and the app will understand your worries and offer you increasingly focused advice.

PsychMeUp! is a great free app to boost your resilience

Try these books:

The feeling good handbook.

Mind over mood.

I recommend these great websites, some of which offer free resources or are free to use.

Beating the Blues: an evidence-based cognitive behavioural course for getting back in control of your life. Available free from the NHS - ask your doctor. UK site.

Living Life to the Full: Information and activities to help overcoming depression and low mood. Based in Glasgow.

The Centre for Wellbeing and Confidence: a most enlightened organisation dealing assertively with what makes life good. Based in Glasgow.

The Mood Gym: An inexpensive interactive website, which you can buy yourself or encourage your employer to get involved with.  Based in Australia (where online psychological resources were first developed)

Meaning and Happiness: a US site based on academic research by the positive psychology movement. Find out more about how to be happy.

Authentic Happiness: part of Penn State University, which supports research into positive psychology. Lots interesting articles and useful quizzes.

For many people this is enough. But if you need a guiding hand, then contact me on 075309 11087. Book here for a one-to-one session with me. For Skype, Whatsapp or Facetime, you can book in here.See how different you feel after a few sessions of hypnotherapy.

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