Hypnotherapy and Solution Focused Hypno-Coaching Sessions cost 10,000 ISK per hour long session
Single Session Stop Smoking Intensive Support costs 19,000 ISK
HPD Hypnotherapy Practioner Diploma independently accredited by NCFE (NVQ4)
HPD Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma/NVQ4
SFBTHyp Solution Focused Hypnotherapy Diploma/NVQ4
Mark McKergow's Solution Focused Business Coaching
AfSFH - Executive Officer/Legal Administrator of the Founding Committee
Kay´s article, The Solution Focused Approach to Hypnotherapy, has been included in Clifton Practice Hypnotherapy School´s training materials.
Kay has researched and written several articles for publication in APHP and NCH Journals and in Hypnotherapy Today Magazine.
She has many interests but she particularly enjoys nature, culture, writing and exploring aspects of the mind. In 2014 she published her first book.
Hypnotherapy Society Memberships:
National Council for Hypnotherapy MNCH(REG)
Félag Dáleiðara – The Icelandic Hypnotherapy Society
My full name: Kay Tina Cook
Icelandic Kennitala: 031159 2889
Residential address: Fálkagata 12, 107 Reykjavík.
Hypnotherapy can help you to deal with:-
· Better stress management skills
· Goal setting and time management skills
· Social or special occasion confidence
· Public speaking or presentations
· Unwanted habits or responses
· Sporting performance maximisation
· Sleep pattern improvement
· Adapting to cancer treatment, diabetes or life changes
· Confidence and feeling good
· Medical or dental treatment nerves
· Managing irritation or discomfort
· Skin complaints where emotions are an issue
· Mild to moderate depression/anxiety
· Exam or interview nerves
· Concentration, clarity and motivation
· Stopping smoking/weight control
· Reducing the symptoms of IBS
Stopping Smoking/weight loss hypnotherapy works in conjunction with the Client's commitment to stopping or following a weight loss program.
Research by the University of Maryland Medical Centre USA has indicated hypnotherapy may be helpful in managing alopecia areata, asthma, phobias, insomnia, addictions, bedwetting, childbirth, tinnitus, chronic pain, psoriasis, eczema or atopic dermatitis and eating disorders. Please refer to http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/hypnotherapy-000353.htm.
I am only permitted to work with medical conditions when a diagnosis has been made by a qualified physician. Hypnotherapy is not a substitute for medical treatment and success can never be guaranteed.
The experience of hypnosis
Hypnosis is very pleasant and is described by many clients as being akin to the experience of drifting towards sleep, knowing they could wake up if they wished but simply not wanting to. Another way clients describe hypnosis is as a state of focused attention akin to concentrating fully on a film and then not initially noticing someone coming into the room and yet being aware at the same time. Other client’s describe the experience as “blissful like floating in a warm pool”, or as “concentrating absolutely and feeling totally motivated but with no feeling of effort”.
Did you know:
A study at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York revealed the very positive input of just one session of hypnotherapy prior to breast cancer surgery (reported upon in the Daily Telegraph of 29 August 2007). The hypnotised patients not only had less pain, nausea and emotional distress than those who had a single session with a psychologist they also on average cost £384.48 less to treat mostly because they required less time in the operating theatre.