Sue Turner

Sue Turner DCH DHP MNCH (Reg).

Registered Hypnotherapist

in Chelsea at Chelsea Natural Health Clinic, Fulham Rd, SW10.

Sue Turner is a highly qualified and experienced clinical hypnotherapist. Trained at the Institute of Clinical Hypnosis, London, one of the country’s leading schools in its field, and for many years was a lecturer and mentor there. Sue is also trained in: Hypno-CBT, NLP and EFT and Gestalt Therapy. A member of the National Council for Hypnotherapy, and an Associate of the Royal Society of Medicine, she is committed to CPD She is also a trained coach with Patrick Holford’s Zest4Life team and advises her clients on diet and weight management.

Sue Turner offers a carefully planned programme of treatment, which will help you overcome physical and mental difficulties in your life. She takes a holistic approach to show you how to open your mind and make changes in yourself, for your positive and advantageous benefit.

Hypnotherapy will help you open up your creativity and find new ways of learning and seeing. It is extremely empowering and beneficial for a wide range of physical and mental issues such as:

  • Anxiety and Fears and Phobias
  • Confidence and Self-Esteem
  • Weight & Eating Disorders
  • I B S & Bladder Control
  • Addictions
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Insomnia and Depression
  • Memory / Learning. Concentration
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Pain Relief for Diagnosed Long Term
  • Strengthening the Immune System and Self Healing.
  • Emotional and Relationship Issues
  • Jealousy & Insecurity
  • Sexual Relationships

Sue has a broad experience of life and has dealt with some quite serious challenges in her own life. Having trained in management in the NHS and then run her own bookshop for many years Sue has a depth of knowledge about business and offers advice and hypnosis for interviews, auditions and presentations. She hosts a weekly business radio programme on MarlowFM.

For enquiries or please call Sue on 07702 939 020

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