Sarah is the person to contact for information on research or supervision, advising our members and leading our team of supervisors
As Research & Supervision Officer, I am responsible for helping members develop their awareness and understanding of hypnosis research available to them through the International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis to inform their practice.
In addition to this, I am responsible for ensuring that all members regularly attend supervision, meet their membership requirements, as well as support those wishing to set up peer support groups or become supervisors in their area. When a hypnotherapist stays up to date with the latest research and uses it to inform their practice, as well as attending regular supervision, everyone benefits – the client, the therapist, and the hypnotherapy profession as a whole.
I run a hypnotherapy practice in Bristol where I specialise in working with anxiety, phobias and sleep-related issues. I am also a classroom assistant on the Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma run by Anglo-European College of Therapeutic Hypnosis.