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I am a hypnotherapist based in Coventry. I have written two books on hypnotherapy, available on Amazon, and I have many years experience in hypnotherapy. My book, Creative Mindpower Techniques, has received the prestigious Gold Shield Award.

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NEW CORPORATE SERVICE

I have decided to use my near 40 years ` experience and skills as a hypnotherapist and NLP Master to offer stress management and stress relief seminars to the corporate world. As we know, stress is the biggest killer in the UK and costs industry millions of ££ annually in lost hours due to absenteeism, […]

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GOLD SHIELD AWARD

I am happy to say my book, “Creative Mindpower Techniques” has received a Gold Shield Award and I am posting excerpts from independent reviews, just to do a bit of trumpet blowing….. BLUE INK REVIEW Dr. Frank Lea`s Creative Mindpower Techniques is clearly written, and offers an overview of what hypnosis is and what it […]

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HYPNOTHERAPY V CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE

HYPNOTHERAPY VERSUS CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE In the UK the National Health Service (NHS) spends billions of pounds on funding and medical research yet many common conditions such as allergies, arthritis, diabetes and hay fever persist which cannot be successfully `cured` but only treated.  Even then the treatments of some conditions have dangerous and sometimes fatal adverse […]

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Have You Considered Hypnosis For Allergies?

This case study is to demonstrate the effectiveness of hypnosis for allergies and the relief of allergies that conventional medicine could be ineffective in treating. It demonstrates that while in the hypnotic state the subconscious can be accessed and the original cause of the allergy can be discovered and dealt with. It also shows that all allergies are not necessarily due to adverse bodily reactions to certain stimulants but can originate from subconscious anxiety causing it to create a `protection mechanism` to help the person avoid what the subconscious perceives as a danger.

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