It’s natural to have feelings of anxiety at some point in your life, for example, people who work in the theatre often experience performance anxiety (worrying if they are going to deliver a good performance). For others it may be that they feel worried or anxious about paying bills or sitting an exam. During times like these, feeling anxious can be perfectly normal. However, some people find it hard to control their anxiety and find themselves anxious about a whole range of issues such as socializing, work matters, medical tests and the list goes on. The feeling of anxiousness becomes so prominent and constant that it often affects their daily lives.

The aims of the hypnothermal session are to gain a better understanding of how and why we react the way we do to a given situation, and to introduce a new and positive way of thinking designed to dissociate yourself from the unrealistic elements of sensitizing events.  This in turn will change your internal perception, resulting in a feeling of being in control and of being calm and mindful when feelings of anxiousness dominate your mind.  The session will be led by Alan Whyke, a Clinical Hypnotherapist with over 10 years’ experience.