About Jeni Nelson BSc DSFH AfSFH-Reg CNHC
My name is Jeni and I am a professionally qualified clinical hypnotherapist.
My practice has a solutions focus. This means not asking what's wrong with you but asking what's right with you and taking it from there. Working with your best hopes for the future and setting your most amazing human asset, the brain, to work producing the solutions to make that happen. This way of working not only feels good but is proven to be very successful.
My approach respects you as the authority on your life. You are the most competent person to decide what is right for you, to decide which of your goals are the most important right now and how to achieve them. Your goals may be general; I want to be happy, I want to feel in control, or specific; I want to be able to drive on the motorway, I want to give that presentation at work. Whatever your starting point, I can support you.
I hold a diploma in Solution Focused Hypnotherapy (DSFH) awarded by the renowned Clifton Practice and am a member of the CNHC's accredited register, recommended by the UK Government, private healthcare providers and NHS.
I subscribe to the ethical guidance, supervision and continuing professional development requirements of the CNHC, which means that you can be assured that my practice is safe and bang up to date.
When I'm not in the clinic or juggling family life I can be found at the allotment, a place of community and tranquillity. I have been practicing Buddhism for over 19 years now, enjoying the benefits of studying mindful awareness and meditation as well as the broader teachings of Buddhism. Combining the allotment and Buddhism, I think of myself as an 'earth based Buddhist'. I suspect this is a term I've made up but it makes me very happy!
Hypnotherapy is a wonderful process, generating change at the pace you set, in a way that is comfortable for you.
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