Bristol Hypnotherapy Clinic in Bristol UK. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, (CBT) at Bristol Hypnotherapy Depression Clinic provides effective brief therapy for depression, clinical depression, ante-natal and post-natal depression including major depressive disorder since 1994 - 2016
The fact is, it’s your thoughts, that create your feelings and behaviors. Everyone can prevent the vicious circle and downward spiral. Learning new coping skill and strategies for now and the future, is far superior to good mental health.
David Kato Clinical Hypnotherapist / Psychoanalyst / Behavioural Therapist
Academy For Continued Hypnosis Education (International) Vice President
International Medical & Dental Hypnotherapy Association (Fellow) & ( Diplomate)
Society of Behavioural Medicine
American Psychological Association
Society for the Teaching of Psychology
Member of the Collaborative for Hypnosis Educational Standards USA.
David Kato teaches and provides advanced and specialist CPD Courses.
The Psychology of Depression & Therapeutic Modalities, Certificate Course
Psychological Communication & Body Language.
Violent and Aggressive Patients Course For GP Practices.
From April 2016 I can recommend an excellent therapist whom I have known for many years.
Sharon Stiles Hypnotherapy, CBT and NLP
Hypnotherapy, NLP and CBT in Bristol and online.
Trelawny House, Surrey Street, Bristol, BS2 8PS
Tel 0345 665 3024
Sharon provides sessions in Bristol and also worldwide through online hypnotherapy sessions. Sharon offers hypnotherapy, NLP, EMDR, CBT, EFT and Chinosis and have helped those in Bristol, the rest of the UK and in other countries to make positive changes in their lives. This website explains how Sharon uses hypnotherapy and other techniques to help you make the changes you want.
Sharon says her speciality is in using a wide range of techniques - hypnotherapy, CBT, NLP, EMDR, EFT and Chinosis - to help people get rid of the things that are bothering them so they can become confident and positive. I love helping people to overcome something that is in their way and hearing them tell me how life has changed.
In April 2016 I will have retired from clinical practice. I will continue to teach specialist courses on occasion,