Hi I'm Adrienne, retired Sports Therapist turned Hypnotherapist and I would like to welcome you to Bewdley Hypnotherapy.
I work with those looking to create a confidence and clarity from with in, freeing themselves of stresses and anxieties that may be dragging them down, as well as working with those who have a desire to create change by breaking old outdated habits and creating new beneficial ones.
Having spent nearly 15 years working as a Sports Therapist, I have a good understanding of both body & mind and the significance of their connection on our everyday living.
Taking time to step off the merry-go-round, stop and experience the here and now is crucial to healthy living, aids relaxation and helps to recharge the batteries.
Based in Bewdley in the heart of the Wyre Forest and Worcestershire, I practice from a private clinic in my home in a relaxed and safe environment.
I carry a qualification in Clinical Hypnotherapy, and am registered with the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council along with the Complimentary & Natural Healthcare Council and am fully insured.
I find that personality is key, and in order to build a relationship both my clients and I have to feel relaxed and comfortable. My clients come from a wide and varied background, some are shy and nervous and others appear very comfortable and confident.My mission is quite simple, it is to help you become the person you want to be, but in order to achieve this I need to be sure that you are ready to commit - Rome wasn't built in a day, and neither will your story be told in an hour.
Before any hypnosis takes place we will have a consultation, this is an opportunity for me to learn about you and goals and for you to decide if hypnosis is the right therapy for you.
In October 2013 I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer and it is that that has led me to where I am today.
Bewdley Sports Massage had been my passion for many years, but having gone through major surgery and chemotherapy I found that I was no longer able to physically treat my clients effectively and took the decision to retire from industry in September 2015.
In 2017 I trained as a Nordic Walking Instructor and whilst I did get some enjoyment out of it and met some fabulous people I found it really didn't feed my soul, I didn't feel as though I was making enough of a difference.Hypnotherapy was something that had fascinated me for many years, so when the right course came up in early 2018 I knew that was the direction for me.
Stress, anxiety, fears and phobias are all so prevalent in todays society, so having the right tools to address these issues take us a step closer to improved health and a better quality of life