Norah is a confident, compassionate and very experienced hypnotherapist. She is totally committed to helping you change those areas of your life that are causing you problems.
With clinics in Deal Kent and Martin Mill, near Dover, she specialises in Stress, and anxiety conditions, she has helped very many clients over the years.
About Norah Yeomans
I have always had an interest in the beneficial effects of complementary medicine, natural therapies and particularly Hypnotherapy. I decided to train as a Hypnotherapist in 2011, and since then I have practised Hypnosis in the Deal area. I have helped many clients over the years with many and varied issues.
I specialise in stress management and anxiety conditions, which can be extremely debilitating and life affecting, but usually responds well to hypnosis and change techniques.
As part of my professional registrations - and because I enjoy it! - I invest in ongoing training in various areas including; Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), EMDR – an evidence based technique that helps with Trauma, stress and anxiety management, using Hypnosis with cancer patients, working with fear and panic, and psycho-sexual issues. I am also very interested in Psychoneuroimmunology – the mind/body link and its impact on health and immunity.
As an advanced clinical Hypnotherapist, I am registered with the CNHC* and a member of The General Hypnotherapy Register, I comply with their standards of practice, I am fully insured, and I can assure you of complete confidentiality.
Over the years I have seen the amazing results hypnosis can have on clients. Combined with the most up to date techniques for change, this is a rapid and powerful tool for changing those areas of your life which may be holding you back or causing you problems.
I am now delighted to be part of the Martinvale team in the Martinvale clinic in Martin Mill, near Deal Hypnotherapy is becoming accepted by the NHS and medical establishments as a valuable therapeutic tool.
If you have the motivation to change, I can help you.
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