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Clinical Hypnotherapy

 

Andy spent over 25 years studying human behavioural psychology.          

 

After collapsing during the height of his corporate career through a stress induced convulsive fit, he chose to rebalance his life and embark on a journey of personal insight and discovery. Initially fascinated by understanding the results of his own conditioning, his limiting beliefs, and ingrained bad habits that prevented him from achieving his true potential in life; he has since then continually developed and evolved his experience as a valued and trusted behavioural change specialist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Trained at the London College of Clinical Hypnotherapy and the Northern College of Therapeutic Hypnosis he uses Clinical Hypnotherapy along with a blend of other skills and parts of therapy, counselling and psychotherapy to help and support clients to re-gain control over the parts of their lives that they feel stuck in or have lost control over.  


Andy helps clients understand the origins of their behaviour, and that each of their behaviours has a positive intent. Even if it is a self -destructive bad habit. Whether it is a sugar addiction, smoking addiction, alcohol addiction, food addiction, (any type of self-medication) or other negative behaviour, there is a motive for each choice we repeatedly make and each action we repeatedly take, and each motivation is developed and powered through our subconscious mind. In his own words,

 

“The silky threads of repetition are usually too weak to be felt until the

chains of habit appear too strong to be broken.”  ~ Andy McMenemy


With his unique friendly style clients quickly overcome their false conditioning, break bad habits and re-programme the limiting beliefs that they feel are holding them back and regain their positive energy and confidence. 
 

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“Our doubts are traitors that make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt.”            

 William Shakespeare