LULU APPLETON (Assoc II) CHP (NC), registered Psychotherapist & Hypnotherapist, qualified in 1997 with the National College of Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy and is a Registered Member on the National Register www.nrhp.co.uk and practices at Number One Harley Street, in London.
The clinic is open from Monday through to Saturday for those who find it difficult to take time off during the working week. time. She also sees clients in Cobham, Surrey.
Hypno-Pyschotherapy can help people lose weight, stop smoking, deal with panic attacks, anxiety, nervous tension and burnout any problem in fact, which involves free-floating fear and which prevents people from being in control of their own thoughts and behaviours.
Her approach encourages people to move on with their lives as speedily as possible, rather than continue to identify themselves with their problems. Identifying the source of problems and understanding its effect on their lives releases many to change their old thought patterns and behaviours which are no longer relevant to their present life. Living with a minimum of shoulds and oughts, trusting their intelligence rather than blindly obeying rules which never suited them, frees people to choose the kind of life they really want to live.
Rules of membership ensure registered therapists maintain the highest professional standards as set out in the NRHPs code of ethics and practice, which includes undertaking a minimum of 20 hours supervision per year and 150 hours over a five-year cycle of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Lulu Appletons supervisor is John Butler, MNRHP, Clinical Pyschologist and Tutor
The co-author of MIND MEDICINE, published in October 1999 and re-published October 2001, Lulu Appleton has also written a great many articles across a range of subjects including psychology, health, environmental issues and lifestyle for the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph, the Times, the Daily Mail and Daily Express as well as magazines such as BBC Wildlife Magazine. She is also an Accredited NHS Editor and Writer through the Centre for Health Information (CHiQ).
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