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Supporting People with a Cancer Diagnosis or the Treatments Following.

Updated: Jun 11


There are many many types of cancers and fortunately many types of conventional treatment now available. The investigations and consultations, results, possible surgery and the conventional treatment available sometimes causes anxiety for people going through this and their family or friends.

As well as being an integrative clinical solution focused hypnotherapist and psychotherapist, I have obtained a Medical Diploma with the Clinical Hypnotherapy School in order to be able to support people who have had a cancer diagnosis, or receiving chemotherapy, radiotherapy or immunotherapy.

Sessions with me are tailored to what is of use to you at the time; if needed I can teach self-hypnosis as a resource which you can access yourself as and when required to support you through this period of time.


Within the UK a number of cancer care centres, palliative care centres and hospices provide access to a range of complimentary therapies. Hypnotherapy is designed to be used in conjunction with conventional treatments and are used to seek to relieve the symptoms of cancer or the side effects of conventional treatment such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy,  and immunotherapy.

Hypnotherapy will not treat or remedy the cancer itself and should not be used as a substitute for the treatment recommended by medical practitioners.

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