- Bereavement and Grief
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- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
We all suffer trauma, as there can be small traumas and large traumas. Trauma can be ‘one-offs’ or ‘ongoing’ either way they are buried within our subconscious minds and cells of our bodies. These traumas and impact our thought processes and behaviours and therefore control our life unless they are released.
Often I am the first person that you tell of your trauma as you have found it too difficult to confide in anyone else.
For people that suffer with PTSD their life is impacted day in day out. PTSD can impact relationships, work and definitely enjoyment of life.
The therapies I use help you to overcome trauma, and help to relieve you of the related symptoms on your physical and mental health. Often people are amazed at the benefits of this work.
As with all my therapies, I work in a bespoke way always tailoring the treatment for you.
Please contact me for more information.
Working with Ann was an entirely life changing experience.I’d suffered several traumas, physically, psychologically and emotionally, over the last 15 years ranging from attempted rape in my teens to severe workplace bullying and harassment. Ann’s methods even brought out events that I hadn’t registered had consciously caused me trauma; I suppose once you are hurting so much that you no longer feel pain, or indeed any feelings either given or received, you stop acknowledging new wounds. Through hypnotherapy, EFT and the use of colour therapy Ann gave me the tools to delicately unwind the metaphorical, failing dressings covering my wounds and heal them completely rather than just covering them up again. Ann enabled me to open myself up to feeling loved and give love to my baby girl, my boys and my husband and to trust again. I can now sleep peacefully, switching off to all the noise of everyday life. I can confidently stand tall and walk into buildings that once left me a quivering, sobbing wreck.