Hypnotherapy and counselling in Towcester, and nature therapy in Northampton
Restore balance; reconnect with yourself
Over time, life at school, work or home, even relationships can cause you to lose sight of who you are, or where you want to be or what you want to do.
Both counselling and hypnotherapy can help change the way you feel and think, and help you find ways to cope with challenges like death or unhealthy relationships. But mostly they can help you find the courage to take responsibility for your own future, to live the life you want to lead.
We’ve all experienced fear at one stage or another, from being frightened of something specific like spiders to more generalised anxieties. And it's not uncommon when difficult feelings and thoughts arise for people to try to distract themselves, or numb painful emotions with alcohol, drugs, even food rather than process what's actually going on. If left unattended, such thoughts can get worse, maybe even lead to depression or self-defeating behaviours. It's not always an option to turn to friends or family members which is why talking to someone objective could provide the solution.
My name is Jane Brodie and I have been working as a counsellor and hypnotherapist in Northamptonshire since 2011. I have enabled clients to see how their past has impacted on their present, and supported them in discovering how they can make positive changes in their futures. I work as a hypnotherapist and offer counselling from Towcester as well as providing psychotherapy outdoors as nature therapy in the beautiful Delapre Park Northamptonshire.
Work with me to explore ways to cope with:
My work as a Northampton hypnotherapist sees me offer hypnosis and regression sessions alongside my indoor counselling work at Towcester Clinic . This practice is within easy reach from Daventry, Brackley, Northampton, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and surrounding villages and there is free parking close by. I also offer psychotherapy outside and this nature based therapy is conducted in the beautiful Northamptonshire grounds of Delapre Park
Being outside has been shown to have a real beneficial impact on mental wellbeing and it can also work well for people who struggle with the intensity and confines of four walls. Nature-based, or ecotherapy, has the added advantage of providing scents, sights and sounds which can all trigger past memories or experiences.