What is Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy based around hypnosis. It is a state of concentration that we often recognise when we discover that we have driven a portion of a familiar journey but have little recollection of it. Even day-dreaming is a form of hypnosis.

Why Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy focuses on the outcome rather than the history of your current issue. The aim is to positively improve your situation, quickly and in a relaxing way. I might ask you about how you came to be in your current situation, but essentially hypnotherapy is a here and now therapy.

Bournemouth Hypnotherapy

Natural Mind Hypnotherapy is conveniently situated halfway between Poole and Bournemouth. With ample free parking and easy access from Ashley Road, the journey to your session can be a stress-free one. Still don't want to travel? Why not talk to me about my Skype sessions?


Treating anxiety with hypnotherapy

Coping With Worry And Anxiety

By |October 2nd, 2020|

Coping with worry and anxiety
Millions of people suffer with anxiety disorders each and every year. As the pandemic shows no signs of relenting, things have got even tougher…

Many suffer alone, trying really hard to live and cope with this condition without trying to find any help.

Anxiety is an innate part of us all and […]

News Article – Using Hypnosis for Covid-19 stress

By |April 27th, 2020|

Hypnotherapist offers helping hand to deal with coronavirus stress

A Dorset hypnotherapist and business psychologist is playing his part in helping people cope with the stress and uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic.

Since the lockdown, reports of stress and depression have risen significantly.
Poole-based hypnotherapist, Kristian Lees-Bell, who specialises in work-related stress and anxiety management, said he […]

How To Overcome Fear Of Flying

By |July 1st, 2015|

Overcome Fear Of Flying with Hypnotherapy
As a Bournemouth hypnotherapist specialising in anxiety, I see quite a few people in the summer for fear of flying. It’s a common fear and I have heard plenty of stories from clients who told me during their first hypnosis session that a particular traumatic flight many years ago […]

Treating Claustrophobia with hynosis

By |March 31st, 2015|

Hypnotherapy for claustrophobia can open up the enclosed spaces….
If you’re claustrophobic you experience an excessive degree of stress relating to the fear of enclosed spaces and/or being confined without having any way to escape.

Claustrophobia is experienced on various levels and individuals may feel the phobia in different ways. A number of us are not comfortable […]

Blushing Hypnosis

By |September 26th, 2014|

Using Hypnosis to deal with blushing
Lots of people suffer from excessive or abnormal blushing. Most individuals are unsure of precisely why they blush and therefore continue doing so, feeling more and more anxious as time goes by.

The more self-conscious you happen to be about becoming flushed, the more likely it is to happen. It’s […]

How to treat panic attacks naturally

By |April 7th, 2014|

Treat panic attacks naturally 

In any given year about 1-2 % of the population suffer from panic disorder. Because of the nature of modern life and its increasing pace and challenges, anxiety and stress have also become worryingly common.

Panic attacks can be very distressing and can come with pains in the chest, dizziness and shortness […]

Hypnosis for anxiety and panic attacks

By |January 20th, 2014|

Hypnosis for Anxiety and Panic Attacks
Quite a few people are affected by panic attacks, something which can at first appear very distressing and can come with pains in the chest and lack of breath. Anxiety and panic attacks can have numerous causes and sometimes they aren’t obvious. Research shows that difficult circumstances, or stressful […]

Self Hypnosis For Anxiety and Stress

By |December 7th, 2013|

So how can you use self-hypnosis to feel more relaxed, reduce stress and anxiety and update your outdated ‘mental software’ ?

1) Find a comfortable place to relax where you won’t be disturbed (bed or comfy chair) and CLOSE your eyes..
2) Take 3 SLOW deep breaths from the diaphragm and as you breath out imagine […]