Lucy Fall

Lucy Fall


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

There are times in life when a person may experience difficulties or problems.

You might find that a behaviour which used to be ok is no longer enhancing your life and needs to change. Talking to family or friends may feel uncomfortable. Using a talking therapy can be a method of choice to help overcome life’s challenges and talking through these changes with a qualified CBT practitioner can help you gain a greater awareness of yourself and help you adapt to change.

Using techniques, CBT concentrates on how you think. It can work with a variety of life situations including:

  • Free floating anxiety and/or stress
  • Anger management
  • Bereavement
  • Insomnia
  • Public Speaking
  • Phobia
  • Issues with self esteem or self worth
  • Family issues
  • Depression
  • PTSD

Why is it different to other forms of Talking Therapy?

Counselling is a way of addressing problems or distressing thoughts or feelings by talking them through with a person who is professionally supportive but who is not directly involved with a situation or event.

What does a CBT Counsellor do?

  • Provides a safe place for you to explore your feelings and difficulties
  • Enables you to express those thoughts and/or feelings
  • Help you gain a better awareness of yourself and of the behaviours besetting your life
  • Help you to find a point of resolution or of managing the presenting concern.

What is Clinical Hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis is a natural state – and the ability to drift into trance is a normal part of daily life. Think of it as being in a state of deep relaxation and focus. You are in control and remain in control throughout the process. During the initial session we will discuss your presenting problem, talk through your history and ascertain, where possible, trigger points from which to work. We then have a point for future sessions. Hypnosis can help with a variety of situations including: depression, anxiety, stress, anger, IBS, weight control or phobia.

What does a Clinical Hypnotherapist do?

  • • Provides a safe place for you to explore your feelings and difficulties
  • • Enables you to express those thoughts and/or feelings
  • • Help you gain a better awareness of yourself and of the behaviours besetting your life
  • • Help you to find a point of resolution or of managing the presenting concern.

How much does each session cost?

Each session is of 55 minute duration and costs £42.00 per session.

How long is each session and how many might I need?

Each session is of 55minute duration and the number of sessions required will vary with each individual. Once you have made the decision to proceed we would work together on a weekly basis for the first 3 sessions. At this point we would jointly review and discuss how best to proceed. Further sessions may be weekly, fortnightly or monthly dependant on need. This is your journey and will be taken at a pace best suited to you.

Free consultation

Each client receives a free consultation prior to commencing therapy. The consultation takes around 30 minutes and is your time to ask questions, it gives you the opportunity to meet me and ask questions about the process prior to making the decision to proceed. This time is very important. As with all potentially life changing decisions, you need time to reflect – to decide, is this the right process for me?

Using a combination of Hypnosis and CBT can really help towards achieving your goals. - Hypnosis & CBT are complementary therapies and are not a substitute for medical expertise however both practices are endorsed and used by NHS.

NB: It is advised that Clinical Hypnosis is a complementary & holistic based therapy and is not a substitute for medical expertise.

More about Lucille Fall

Lucille Fall (M.F.E.T. D.M.H D.hyp CPNLP D.CBT) is qualified in Clinical Hypnotherapy and Emotional Psychotherapy as well as being a registered CBT & NLP Practitioner. She has full professional Indemnity Insurance and is a participating member of the awarding body GHR (General Hypnosis Register)

Email Lucy for more information on how she can help you,

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