Natasha Kelly, Clinical Hypnotherapist (EMDR and EFT Therapist)London
London College Clinical Hypnosis

British Society of Clinical Hypnosis Membership number: 14852

Friday, March 03, 2017

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  1. 15 Nov, 2018
    How to Perform Superhuman Mental Feats
    Would you like to know the secrets to transforming an ordinary brain into an extraordinary one? According to Psychology Today, ‘to understand what your brain is capable of, you will want to engage in techniques that accomplish one or more of the following: they make the unfamiliar familiar, the expected unexpected and the unconscious conscious’. Here are some tips to help you learn more, retain more and create more in your life: 1. How to make the familiar unfamiliar and vice versa Research
  2. 29 May, 2018
    The Opposite of Addiction
    Johann Hari’s Ted talk ‘Everything we think we know about addiction is wrong’, stated that the antidote to drug and possibly all addiction, is connection. It’s been more than 100 years since drugs have been banned in the UK. The old model of punishing drug addicts has done little to deter them, let alone give them an incentive to stop. But what exactly is addiction and is there a more effective way to treat it? It’s assumed that if you take heroine for a period of 20 days you would become an
  3. 17 May, 2018
    Lose Weight with Hypnosis
    Here are some of the ways in which hypnotherapy can aid with weight loss:  It uncovers your Motivation                                 Sometimes we may be motivated to lose weight and gain weight at the same time without even knowing it. Here is an example: imagine an overweight thirty year old who was molested as a child. Consciously she desires to lose weight, but her subconscious, which has her survival and protection as its highest value, recognizes that if she remains overweight,  she
  4. 11 Apr, 2018
    Hypnosis for Sports Performance
    In 1954 Roger Bannister ran a mile in under four minutes. Until that point, it was an accomplishment no athlete had ever thought possible. The following year over 100 people ran the mile in under four minutes. The barrier in runners’ minds had suddenly evaporated and the realms of what they now thought possible had been stretched. This Bannister Effect is evident and holds good for all areas of our lives, not just in sports. Our subconscious mind is where we harbour automated responses and
  5. 17 Mar, 2018
    SAD?
    If you look around, you may notice a lot of happy, shiny faces in London. Has the Capital gone mad? No, it’s just that the sun is finally out. SAD the acronym for seasonal affective disorder is a type of mini-depression that is caused from lack of sunlight. The symptoms vary but may include fatigue, an increase in food cravings, anxiety, loss of libido and a low mood. It’s anticipated that quite a large percentage of the population experiences SAD but most in such mild severity that the
  6. 05 Mar, 2018
    Dreams that heal
    For centuries Tibetan doctors have used dreams both to diagnose and treat a patient. Whilst most of these ancient methods have been kept secret and only shared within a trusted teacher-student relationship, some aspects have reached Western society to the extent of almost becoming mainstream. Cultures have recognised the value of dreams in contributing to a person's emotional health. It is no surprise that one of the most common comparables for those suffering from depression is insomnia. Dream
  7. 12 Feb, 2018
    How hypnotherapy can help anxiety
    How hypnotherapy can help anxiety If you are suffering from anxiety it's very important to know that you are not alone. At present 40% of disability worldwide is due to depression and anxiety and according to the most recent Psychiatric Morbidity Survey, there are 3 million people in the UK with some form of anxiety disorder. A little bit of anxiety can be beneficial, increasing one's motivation and drive. The problem arises when the anxiety is either too intense or too prolonged. In this case,
  8. 01 Mar, 2017
    Hypnosis and our second brain
    "I have butterflies in my stomach" or "I have a gut hunch" are common sayings we use to describe a certain knowingness that tends to reside  deep in our stomachs. We sometimes ignore these feelings. What would our stomachs know, afterall? Well, the answer is actually quite a lot. Research has shown that our gut acts as a second brain, controlling our enteric nervous system whilst our 'upper'brain controls our central nervous system. Throughout the ages the upper brain developed so we could