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News

Jul27

Germ phobia patient celebrates hypnotherapy success at theme park

Posted by Paul Smithson in General

A woman who had a severe phobia of germs has eased her fears with the help of a hypnotherapist and celebrated at Scotland's Theme Park M&D's.  Gail Cameron, who first spoke publicly about her fear... read more »

Jul19

One in six working Londoners have mental health issues

Posted by Chris Taylor in General

Mental health organisations in London are urging employers to support their staff amid revelations that one in six working Londoners suffer from a mental health issues annually. That equates to nearly one million (900,000) working-age... read more »

Jul17

Firm offers cash to help workers quit smoking

Posted by Ashley Curtis in General

A serviced office provider is helping its employees quit smoking by offering a financial incentive to contribute towards patches, books or even hypnotherapy. Cited by hrmagazine.co.uk, Business Environment is handing £100 a year to employees... read more »

Jul12

Hypnotherapist claims he could remove Andy Murray's pain

Posted by Paul Smithson in General

A London hypnotherapist has claimed he could remove some of the pain suffered by tennis player Andy Murray during his recent Wimbledon singles final against Roger Federer. The Scot, bidding to become the first Brit for... read more »

Jul4

Facing phobias involves tapping your subconscious, claims columnist

Posted by Paul Smithson in General

Overcoming a phobia involves healing at a subconscious level, according to a columnist who developed a fear of flying as an adult. Huffingtonpost.co.uk's BritChick Paris stressed claimed that a phobia can only be "fully grasped"... read more »