The start of 2014 is a good time to consider making changes in your life both personally and professionally.
Perhaps you want to gain that promotion at work or be able to manage stressful situations more effectively.
Jonathan Conway is an experienced and effective qualified hypnotherapist, certified NLP master practitioner and coach – with practices based in the Highgate Consulting Rooms in Swaines Lane, and also in Harley Street, central London.
Hypnosis and NLP coaching (neuro-linguistic programming), can help with a number of areas in life including public speaking, presentations and interview technique.
NLP is a method of influencing brain behaviour through the use of language and other types of communication to enable a person to “recode” the way the brain responds to certain situations with new and better behaviours. It often incorporates hypnosis and self-hypnosis to help achieve the desired change. Jonathan works with people of all backgrounds, from corporate executives, middle managers and professionals to people undergoing a life transition. He applies his philosophy to assist clients in reaching their potential by helping them recognise their own inner resources and strengths. He said: “Hypnotherapy is considered to be a powerful tool in helping people to overcome the urge to smoke or to control their weight by utilising the power of the unconscious mind through visualisation of various changes in your life.
“Self-hypnosis through positive visualisations is very effective, for example if you want a promotion at work. Visualise yourself in that role, or if you want to find a happy relationship, visualise yourself in that relationship. Everybody has challenges and regular positive visualisation can help overcome those. It is also important to be kind to ourselves and not beat ourselves up about what we haven’t achieved. We always talk about nourishment in terms of food but emotional nourishment is important too. Hypnotherapy can also help resolve travel phobias such as flying and help a person feel more confident and have greater self-esteem.”
Article published in Ham and High Newspaper – 16th January 2014