Talking Therapies from Kirsty Freeland MBE BSc. Psych, DipAH, GQHP
Registered Hypnotherapist (GHR)
Agoraphobia, fear of places and situations that cause anxiety.
Alcohol abuse, alcoholism. *
Anxiety, anxious, fear.
Bereavement, loss and grief.
Bruxism, teeth grinding.
Cancer Treatment symptoms.*
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Claustrophobia, fear of enclosed or small spaces.
Dealing with Loss, bereavement.
Depression, low mood. *
Driving Test Nerves.
Drug abuse. *
Eating disorders. *
Post-traumatic stress .
Skin Disorders. *
When I first studied Hypnotherapy I was amazed at the range of conditions that can benefit from Hypnosis. Anxieties, fears and habits are rooted in the subconscious and these are obvious candidates for Hypnotherapy.
Less obvious are physical conditions such as skin disorders, headaches, tinnitus and pain management.
Hypnosis can even be used for dental treatment without anaesthetic, which is a stark demonstration of the power of the mind and the effectiveness of Hypnotherapy.
Hypnotherapy helps with a wide range of conditions, symptoms, fears, behaviours and habits. Hypnosis can produce positive results for a range of conditions including:
Fear of Failure.
Fear of Flying.
Fear of Insects.
Fear of Meetings.
Fear of Social Situations.
Gastric band hypnotherapy.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Low self esteem.
Obsessions and compulsions.*
*You should obtain suitably qualified medical advice as required for these disorders.
DISCLAIMER: PLEASE NOTE HYPNOSIS RESULTS CANNOT BE GUARANTEED AND MAY VARY FROM PERSON TO PERSON.
"I was nervous going along to hypno for the first time. Kirsty’s approach immediately put me at ease. Kirsty is super friendly, supportive and understanding. I have really come to love hypno." Female, Edinburgh
Central Register of Stop Smoking Therapists
Hypnotherapy covering Stirling, Falkirk, Larbert, Polmont, Dunblane, Bridge of Allan, Auchterarder, Alloa, Cumbernauld, Dollar, Menstrie, Tillicoultry, Linlithgow, Fife and Central Scotland. Just 8 minutes from the M876 and 12 minutes from Stirling.