As a clinical hypnotherapist and neurolinguistic programming practitioner, Linda has helped many people to change the way they think so that they can improve their lives.
Previously she spent 20 years working in the welfare field with abused children, teenagers, families, addicts and domestic violence victims. Linda discovered the powerful techniques of hypnosis while going through a personal crisis and has since devoted herself to learning and studying those skills.
Specialities & qualifications
Linda specialises in stress and anxiety including post traumatic stress disorder and also in virtual gastric band hypnotherapy. She is known for her success working with IVF and those wanting to achieve life goals.
HYPNOTHERAPY FOR FERTILITY
The mind is a very powerful, influencing the process of conception.
Getting pregnant comes with a lot of emotions, whether it’s having sex at the right time to conceive or going through IVF.
Your thoughts, emotions and behaviours can increase anxiety and can lead to depression. Support is important when trying to conceive. Staying optimistic is not always easy. Having a positive mindset and not feeling anxious can be hard to do.
Hypnotherapy is an effective tool to access your mental power allowing you to:
- Reduce stress
- Obtain a positive mindset
- Work through emotional blocks
- Release fears or anxieties
- Re-programme any unhelpful habits
Using Hypnotherapy allows your subconscious part of your mind to relax & become highly focused. With a guided session of Hypnotherapy we make a positive impact on your subconscious mind, even though you are completely in control and aware of your surroundings.
As Hypnotherapy has a cumulative effect, it is ideal to have a number of sessions. We provide you with technics that you can use on your own, whenever you need to access a positive state of mind.
Hypnotherapy is used for both natural conception and IVF.
Linda holds a:
- Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy
- Masters in Neurolinguistic Programming
- Member of the Australian Hypnotherapists’ Association.