SW London, Clinical Hypnotherapist, MNCH (reg) Hyp. Dip.

My blog (Elizabeth Knights-Trench) MNCH (reg) DipHyp, MA, BA(hons)

The Barefoot Hypno video blog - a guide to happiness and living a happiful life. These videos are designed to teach people how to overcome anxiety, stress, overwhelm, how to enchance motivation or get back their mojo, to increase people’s feelings of confidence and self-esteem, self-worth. These videos are little reminders of simple tools and techniques to simply make life better and make you happier, Hypnotherapy is a fantastic tool to help this happen fast, effective and so that it is lasting change.

GET HAPPY - overcome stress, anxiety, overwhelm. Build self-confidence and banish low self-esteem to the bin, coz you simply don’t need it! This video shows you how to get meditation into daily routines

Time to get HAPPY: quick and simple ways to make you feel good. This video tells you simple, quick ways to pick yourself up when you wake up feeling a little flat.

I video blog from South West London, as ‘The Barefoot Hypno’ - tips, advice and techniques to help you get happy and stay happy!

As a Clinical and Cognitive Hypnotherapist, i specialise in helping clients overcome anxiety, stress, lack of motivation/mojo, low self-confidence, self-esteem and self-worth. I’m particularly keen to work with women and empowering them to make a success of their lives (whatever ‘success’ means to them).

Back to ‘get happy’…..

The truth is, getting ‘happy’ is not an end goal. it is is a by-product of being a calm, confident, compassionate, generous, centered, curious (and a few more ‘c’ words, none of them bad ones!) It starts by you wanting - choosing (another C word!) to be these things. It is then a journey of how to be them.

Come with me on the journey….

ps/ in the first video you’ll see me turn around to my (loud) 2 yr old and tell her to ‘be quiet’ which shows i’m not nearly as Zen as I’d like to be and i’m on this journey, just as much as you are. The only difference, is i’m trained in tools, techniques and methodologies which i’m going to share (even if i can’t always put into practise!)