07 Dec 2017
Finding freedom from food

Anna was concerned about her relationship with food. A friend of hers saw Javier to help her lose weight, and was successful – something that appealed to Anna. But she knew that weight and food were only the symptom, and that underneath there was lots of work to be done. ‘I was aware that I was ‘stuck’ with lots of other issues that were far more important.’ she says. ‘I hoped hypnotherapy would be able to access the parts of my self I was in denial about, the stuff that was too painful to deal with.’

Troubled by negative thoughts, worries and a sense of hopelessness, Anna had tried multiple types of therapy over the years. They gave her a sense of self awareness and honesty, that she brought to her sessions with Javier.

‘Javier was non judgemental and kind. He enabled me to think and feel positively about myself. The focus on visual descriptions was massively important and has accessed more parts of my brain than talking therapy was able to do.’

Javier always keeps in touch after the therapy, sends recordings, and supports his clients. This is something that Anna was very grateful for. ‘He really seemed to care how I was getting on. He sent me additional recordings when necessary. I felt like he was on my side throughout which was the support I needed whilst climbing up the hill of challenges I felt were against me.’

The difference to Anna has been profound. ‘I feel completely different. I feel more authentically me. I do not feel like a victim of bad luck or negative circumstances in the same way, though I acknowledge that things have been hard. When I am in a difficult situation I can now see that it is simply that and I never feel things are hopeless. I feel sure and secure in my body and know I do not have to solve a challenge in order to get through it.’

These feelings have had a big impact on Anna. She no longer worries and frets over things that she can’t control. And her weight has changed, as she no longer looks to food as a solution.  She explains that ‘the emotional weight that bore down on every decision in my life has reduced such a lot so I can now focus on key decisions and issues rather than fretting over everything. I am simply more secure, less anxious and happier in my day to day life because of Javier.’


16 Oct 2017
Sports motivation audio – free download!

Hypnotherapy is a powerful way to access your inner runner, and improve your running skill. Thousands of sports people have recognised the power of their mental state having a positive effect on their sports performance – and you can too.

Motivate yourself to keep going and achieve your goals with this audio download specifically designed for running.

Listen to the audio before you go to bed, or when you have around twenty minutes of uninterrupted time. Do not listen to the recording when doing any dangerous activity like cycling or driving.

Repetition is fundamental, listen to this recording daily for at least three weeks. Some people might need more time to consolidate habits.

You can download the audio for free from the link below. Simply click on the down arrow on the top right corner.If you have any questions or want to know more, please get in touch!

Terms & Conditions

Hypnotherapy is a two-way process. Each client is unique and is treated as such. Clients differ greatly in their response to hypnosis. It is a learned skill. Therefore, each client may achieve a different level of success in attaining their goal. Therapies such as Hypnotherapy, CBT and NLP all rely on commitment and motivation from both the therapist and the client to get the best results. Part of the progress occurs in the consulting room and part is achieved through cognitive reflection or homework.

In common with other therapies it, and therefore I, cannot and do not offer a 100% success rate, or guarantee success. As the client, when you agree to undertake the sessions, you also agree to engage with the process. It is through this commitment in partnership that you will see the best results.

10 Aug 2017
The Power of Stories

Stories are great for understanding the world, gaining perspective, and informing yourself. It helps you take on different points of view, create ideas and solutions, contextualise ideas and understand feelings.What stories do you tell yourself? And your children?

This summer why not read to your children. Whether it’s before bed, over the breakfast table, or whilst out for a walk, tell them a story. This isn’t a one way reading though.Take this opportunity to have a conversation with yourchildren. Be a model and start sharing what the story means to you. Then listen to what it means to them. They will probably have a different perspective to you. That’s great – we are all individuals after all.

Whether reading, writing, or listening, the important part of all of this is the thinking and emotions that you generate after you leave the page. If a tiny fraction of thought, feeling, inspiration stays with you…. the story has done well. That particle of inspiration will grow inside you and help you understand you and your surroundings just a little bit better.

If you want to read more Francesca has written an article for Parents Magazine on what today’s children can learn from Enid Blyton, and a piece here about Bibliotherapy.

What story do you tell yourself? If you’re ready to change it Rapid Transformation Therapy can help.