Hypnotherapy Bury St Edmunds 

Are you looking to make positive change in your life? Hypnotherapy Bury St Edmunds  could could help you make the changes you are seeking.

Welcome to Hypnotherapy Bury St Edmunds 

I am a fully qualified and experienced Cognitive Hypnotherapist based in Suffolk, offering one to one hypnotherapy and coaching sessions at my Hypnotherapy Bury St Edmunds clinic, located at The Self Centre.  

Cognitive Hypnotherapy can help with a wide range of problems from behavioural, physical to emotional problems; including anxiety, panic and stressweight lossstop smokingfears and phobias e.g fear of flyinglow self confidenceInsomnia and sleep problemshabitsaddictionhypnobirthingexam stressIBS and OCD.

Cognitive Hypnotherapy is a modern approach to hypnosis, it’s different from the more traditional schools of hypnotherapy because it uses recent discoveries and ideas from a range of approaches, not just hypnotherapy, and combines them with our current understanding of trance; this creates a therapy capable of being tailored to you and your specific needs rather than anyone else’s.

Read more: What is Cognitive Hypnotherapy?

Choosing the right therapist or coach can be one of the key steps in making the successful changes you want in your life, so I am always happy to discuss how I can help you.  I offer a free initial telephone consultation, with no obligation to book a session, so we can talk about how Cognitive Hypnotherapy could help you make lasting positive change in your life.


My aim is to help you overcome your problem or achieve your goal in the shortest space of time you feel comfortable with.  If you are ready to make positive change in your life, from my Hypnotherapy Bury St Edmunds clinic, we will work together to help you make lasting change, leaving you free to live your life the way you want to live it.

An Evidence-Based Approach 

Quest Cognitive Hypnotherapy (QCH) launched a unique research project in 2011. Using a team of QCH therapists, clients with anxiety and depression were assessed using the same outcome measures currently used to assess the effectiveness of talking therapies within the NHS. The pilot study was published in the Mental Health Review Journal in 2015. It recorded that, using 118 cases measuring the effectiveness of Cognitive Hypnotherapy for the treatment of depression and anxiety, 71% considered themselves recovered after an average of 4 sessions. This compared to an average of 42% for other approaches using the same measures (like CBT). To our knowledge, this is the only hypnotherapy approach to have been validated in this way.
For further information concerning the research project and our pilot study released in the Mental Health Review Journal please see our research page.

Elizabeth Donegan Bsc (Hons), MPrac, DipCHyp, HPD, NLP (Prac)

“Elizabeth put me at ease immediately with her warm, caring, positive and above all professional manner. Elizabeth provides real, easy everyday strategies that for me had an impact very quickly. Elizabeth listens and responds using a completely non-judgemental approach. On the basis of my experiences with Elizabeth, I wouldn’t hesitate to highly recommend her – she is exceptional”.  
Lisa, Headteacher 2016

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