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Cambridge Hypnotherapy

Cambridge Hypnotherapy -  Hypnosis in Cambridge

Anxiety, Phobias, Stop Smoking, Performance Anxiety, Panick Attacks, Weight and Eating Issues

For Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy for anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, performance anxiety, stop smoking, weight loss, alcoholism, excessive drinking, and other issues in the Cambridge and East Anglia region Dr James Rutherford operates his practice out of the Frank Lee Centre on the Addenbrookes Hospital Site and from a private clinic in Cambridge. 

James Rutherford also works with his own practice and has referrals from nhs/ private pain consultants as well as providing help with anxiety for the occupational health service at SWBH, Birmingham.


For a confidential discussion call 0779 2108272 or e-mail Click Here

(e-mails are answered personally usually the same day)

For specific issues scroll down or go to treatments

Using Rapid Cognitive work in up to two hour sessions it is possible to achieve rapid improvement in the quality of your life especially patients with anxiety issues. Then providing behavioural therapy it is possible for long term issue to be addressed.

Dr Rutherford is also trained in EMDR also a rapid technique that allows people to come to terms with past stressful events (Post Traumatic Stress Disorders), OCD and phobias.

Cambridge Anxiety Dr James Rutherford specialises in treating people with anxiety disorders.

Pain Control reducing pain associated anxiety and focusing away from pain can give rapid relief to long term pain sufferers.

Stop Smoking is generally a one session treatment, with backup sessions (if they are needed). The session lasts approximately 1.50 hrs.

Cambridge Weight Loss and Eating Behaviour can be up to a five session therapy based over a number of months. With initial sessions lasting up to 1.50 hrs.

Alcoholism it can be as rapid as a one session treatment, to turn one bottle a night into plain indiffernece to alcohol.

Phobias

However irrational the fear, that fear or anxiety is real to the sufferer.

  Animals
  Heights
  Flying
  Exams
  Social contact (Dating)
  Open spaces
  Closed spaces
  Wasps
  Dogs
  Cats

IBS a rapid resolution to IBS in a short number of sessions.


Contact info@thehypnosisclinic.co.uk or phone 0779 210 8272 for a confidential discussion.



Hypnotherapy can help if you have anxiety disorders , panic attacks, phobias, hypochondria, eating disorders, eating habits, sleeping problems, sexual disfunction or any other problems where you feel that your mind is acting on your body. Hypnosis will be a very useful way for you to move forward and help you achieve your goals in life.

Hypnosis can use direct suggestion, cognitive or behavioural therapy as well as (but not

always) regression. Whatever your particular anxiety, fear or phobia we will explain exactly how hypnotherapy can help you overcome your problem. Or enrol for a course in self hypnosis to learn more about hypnosis and learn how to practice self hypnosis.

If you have any questions, require any information about hypnotherapy treatments available or would like to learn more go to TREATMENTS or would like to book an appointment, please go to the practitioner in your area. CONTACT

Many people just don't know what to expect the first time they try hypnosis. There are some simple rules.

The hypnotherapists will only amplify your own will power.

After hypnotherapy there is no loss of memory.
Under hypnosis the patient never loses control.

If you have any doubts call the practitioner to discuss any aspect of the treatment.



Anxiety, Stress control, Panic attacks, Bad dreams,
Social anxiety,
Hypochondria,
Stop Smoking,
Weight Control,
Insomnia,
Phobias
Sexual disfunction

 

 

 

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