Hypnotherapy . Cognitive Therapy . Coaching                                            

A Warm Welcome. As both a hypnotherapist and a psychological well-being coach located in both Macclesfield and Northwich it's my pleasure to help you gain more control  over your mental and emotional life incorporating clinical and analytical hypnosis, Cognitive coaching, positive psychology and mindfulness. Whether you are experiencing  anxiety, stress, depression, IBS, fears and phobias,  low self-esteem or weight issues.

It might be that you need to resolve some social anxiety that makes you feel lacking in confidence or unable to engage people - or perhaps you simply want to stop smoking easily - without the hassle of withdrawal. 

I'd be delighted to provide more information about hypnotherapy, psychotherapy and other treatments I offer in Cheshire, Northwich and Macclesfield - so please feel free to call me for an informal chat and find out how I can help you. 

I very much look forward to hearing from you.

Call now... primary 07968 109402  or  07496 637792 

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About Hypnosis

Resolve anxiety with hypnosis in Cheshire

Most neuroscientists agree that our subconscious is made up of nearly 90% of our mind.  Since birth it has learnt from associations. The subconscious is not logical, it doesn't reason things out and it certainly doesn't have willpower, it's basically a programme that's purely reactive. So if you suffer from any form of anxiety, fears, phobias or addictions it's your subconscious mind that has been triggered which the conscious mind often has no awareness of. This is why it's often hard to make change on a conscious level. When the conscious mind and the subconscious mind are in conflict the subconscious mind will definitely win.


Thrive With Ailsa in Macclesfield and Cheshire

Cognitive therapy

 Changing Limiting Beliefs is a training programme that teaches people how to overcome their problems, symptoms, health-issues and other hurdles in their lives, by managing their thoughts, beliefs, emotions and thinking styles effectively.

Research shows that most illnesses, anxieties, depressive disorders, habits, phobias, fears, immune system issues etc have a cognitive (or thinking) component to them. That is to say that the severity of the distress caused by the illness or symptoms, the depth of anguish and pain or discomfort experienced by the sufferer, and even the actual illness or symptom itself, may be caused, prolonged or made worse by the way the sufferer thinks and feels about it.

Cognitive Processing and Integration

Cognitive Processing and Integration allows you to recall, acknowledge and process thoughts and emotions which may have been causing you problems. The process of acknowledging and accepting these experiences then reduces or removes the negative impact/symptoms that they may have been having on your life.
Cognitive – CPI focuses upon your beliefs and ways of thinking in relation to a challenging experience.
Processing and Integrating – CPI enables you to gain clarity and understanding of an experience, helping you to make sense of it. CPI helps you to process and integrate experiences in a helpful and empowering way, such that the experience does not continue to negatively impact upon you.