Hypnotherapy, coping with anxiety - Martin Hewlett
Hello , I am a qualified hypnotherapist and paramedic, based in North Devon, England. Helping those in the Barnstaple, Bideford and Ilfracombe area at my clinic. As well as using hypnotherapy to help clients coping with anxiety, phobias, OCD, and IBS. I am also the founder of the Calming Anxiety Podcast, a global phenomenon that you can listen to here.
Why I can help YOU!
As a qualified and registered clinical hypnotherapist I empower you to change your life to one of constant, positive change.
Either face to face, via webcam session or our online course I help set you free from negative habbits and emotions.
This is also the home of the Calming Anxiety Podcast Show. Click on the cover photo to hear our latest show.
How I can help
With a unique blend of meditation and self hypnosis I have created a wonderful system that is easy to follow and produces great results.
Why I can help
Because I have been there too, anxiety, insomnia, doubt. I faced them all and have learned the techniques to set you free too.
When I can help
When ever you are ready to take back control. I am there, with you, every step of the way. With my guided audio sessions you will always have that helping hand.
Martin Specialises in:
As well as a keen focus on helping clients achieve their personal goals I also specialise in the following.
Hypnotherapy coping with anxiety
The Calming Anxiety ethos is more than just a podcast. It’s a way of life, the acceptance of letting go of stress and anxiety. The desire to live a happier, more positive lifestyle. Making small changes lead to big habits, habits that will stay with you a lifetime.
Why not try our podcast, read our book or try our course. You have nothing to lose other than stress and anxiety.
Good afternoon Martin,
I want to thank you for all that you have done with the podcast. Long story short…I was on an antidepressant med that worked great for 15 years but always made me tired so I wanted to try switching. I had a bad reaction with the switching process and developed panic attacks and high anxiety. I tried switching back to what I was on with no luck and my Psychiatrist thinks it no longer works for me so I have been on a new antidepressant for 5 months that seems to be working better but I still find myself being able to “trigger” anxiety moments just with my thoughts of “I will never get back to where I was” or “I will have these anxiety moments for the rest of my life”. I found your podcast on Spotify and for the last 4 months without missing a day, I wake up and your podcast is the first thing I listen to before getting out of bed. My anxious moments are not nearly as strong as they once were and I believe it has to do with not only the medication but your podcast sessions.
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