Fully Qualified Hypnotist Chichester
Christine Wesson is a highly qualified Hypnotherapist with a Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy and in Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy. She is a qualified EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) practitioner and trainer. She is a member of the General Hypnotherapy Register, The AAMET (Association for the Advancement of Energy Techniques) and is a member of the BRCP (British Register of Complimentary Practitioners).
Christine firmly believes that everyone has, within them, all the power they could possibly need to change anything about them. She sees herself as an assistant who helps her clients access their own inner resources. Using a variety of techniques, including hypnosis she enables her clients to take control of their life, making it more enjoyable, more balanced and more successful.
Using Hypnosis, EFT and Metaphysical techniques Christine can help you to access your own innate power so that you can enjoy a happier, healthier life. Hypnosis can help you whatever your aim. Since becoming qualified in 2005 Christine has helped people to Lose Weight, Stop Smoking, overcome fears and phobias, overcome panic attacks and become more confident.
She has also helped people to sell their homes, get promotion and employment of all kinds and find the partner of their dreams, all of which are possible using hypnosis. Whether you want to overcome insomnia and sleep deeply or you’d like help with a trapped nerve or healing of any kind, hypnosis can help in all cases.
Christine provides a professional, caring and confidential service to help you to make positive changes. She is always ready to go the extra mile to make your experience a good one and to ensure that, ‘The rest of your life can really be the best of your life.’
Call Christine for more information or to book an appointment on 01243 699646 for an informal, no obligation chat to see how hypnosis can help you.
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