Hello! Thanks for visiting my page and taking that first step towards making empowering changes in your life.
My name is Angie Stewart and I have spent many years working in care settings including a Woman's Refuge, Homeless Hostel and a Junior school with adults and children who have developed various issues because of their circumstances whether that is Anxiety, Low confidence and self esteem, phobias, PTSD, Anger issues, misuse of alcohol and drugs and many more. I started thinking about whether a holistic approach could help to make changes and so I decided that after previously experiencing hypnosis for teeth grinding and confidence building and the amazing way it made me feel, I would train as a hypnotherapist and help people make those positive changes.
I enrolled at The Anglo-European College of therapeutic Hypnosis In Bournemouth and trained with Adam Eason and studied Hypnotherapy, Neuro-linguistic Programming and CBH using evidence based methods. I am now qualified as a clinical hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner. I am fully insured and a member of the professional body National Council of Hypnotherapy (NCH) and Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) I think the most important thing for me to do for you is to firstly listen. I do not work from scripts, I listen to you and then we can agree which intervention will be the most effective for you using a range of applications with approaches from the field of hypnotherapy, NLP and Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy. These methods can be applied to many issues including Anxiety, Low self esteem, Pain control, phobias, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, IBS, sleep issues, OCD, Nail biting, Teeth grinding and many more. Feel free to ask!
I am now also qualified as a Reiki Practitioner . Reiki is an energy healing technique that promotes relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety through gentle touch. Reiki practitioners use their hands to deliver energy to your body, improving the flow and balance of your energy to support healing. Mikao Usui developed reiki in the early 1900s, deriving the term from the Japanese words rei, meaning “universal,” and Ki, which refers to the vital life force energy that flows through all living things. Now, reiki is used all over the world, including in hospitals and hospices, to complement other forms of health treatments. Reiki aids in healing by helping people become energetically balanced — physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. Reiki promotes relaxation, stress reduction and symptom relief to improve overall health and well-being. It can:
Bring on a meditative state.
Stimulate your body’s immune system.
Promote natural self-healing.
Relieve pain and tension.
Support the well-being of people receiving traditional medical treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, surgery and kidney dialysis.
Studies show that reiki treatment may create feelings of: