Hello, I’m Liz. Welcome to my Brixton-based clinic that overlooks the stunning and tranquil Brockwell Park. It’s a light-filled room, quiet, cozy and comfortable.
Hypnotherapy came to my attention through a friend, who after a health scare, transformed from being in constant meltdown, a headless chicken (in the City), to the most peaceful, serene Wise Woman being gracing the planet! Through her journey, I learnt about Polyvagal theory, Family Constellations, Internal Family Systems, and how powerful hypnosis can be in therapy. The next thing I knew, I was training in it myself.
Depending on your needs, I use tools, techniques and methods from counselling, pscyho-dynamic therapy, Jungian, NLP, life-coaching and hypnosis to ensure rapid, effective change that stays. Hypnosis in therapy isn’t what you’ve seen on TV; it’s gentle, you’re in charge and I use it (as one of many therapies) to shift patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours so they are more useful to you.
My sessions can be face-to-face (London SW2) or via Skype and Facetime. I occasionally make home visits in my local area. My clinic is on Brockwell Park, 5 mins walk from Brixton Tube or Herne Hill Station.
I am trained to an advanced level in Clinical, Medical and Psycho-dynamic therapies, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Neuro Linguistic (NLP), Regression and Internal Family Systems (IFS) as well as Solution-focussed, Ericksonian and medical hypnosis.
Amy had four sessions with me and I saw her transform in so many ways.
Over eight sessions, my client transformed into a happier version of herself. Incredible to witness and an honour to work with.
This is an extract from an email I received from a recent client. She suffered panic attacks on a regular basis.
Karen has four gorgeous boys – and paid them £2 to go off and give her 30 mins to try hypnotherapy with me! She said I could film her ‘before’ and ‘after’ – this is ‘after’.
A full-time teacher, a busy mum and no family in London to help out; Salome talks to me after a 30 min session of hypnotherapy about the process.
This is an email I received from a recent client. She was suffering from anxiety at work, especially in meetings.