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Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy & EFT & Reflexology for Farnham & Alton!

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De-Stress - Release & Re-Energise With Energy Benefits!

Energy Benefits is run by Sue Sawyer, a Registered and Qualified Complementary Health Therapist based in between Alton & Farnham on the Hampshire/Surrey border. Energy Benefits offers a wide range of complementary health treatments for both private and corporate clients. Treatments include Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy, NLP, EFT Tapping & Reflexology . All are established complementary therapies and are recognised for a wide range of health issues.

Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy & NLP & EFT- Tapping

Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy & NLP- EFT- Tapping may assist with:

· Anxiety
· Phobias
· Insomnia
· Addictions
· Panic Attacks & Panic Disorder
· Weight issues
· Irritable Bowel Syndrome
· Confidence & Public Speaking
· Self Esteem
· High Blood Pressure
· Menopausal Symptoms
· Migraine
· Habits (nail biting/hair-pulling)

Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul open. ~B.K.S. Iyengar

Reflexology & Acupressure Massage

Reflexology & Acupressure Massage may help with:

· Musculo-skeletal pain (i.e. backache, stiff neck)
· Frozen shoulder
· Headaches and migraine
· Menstrual irregularities
· Hormonal imbalances
· Breathing disorders & respiratory conditions
· Stress related digestive disorders
· Fertility & Pregnancy issues

Sue Sawyer- BA (Hons). MAR. DIP CB-Hypno. Master Practitioner of Hypnosis & NLP & EFT

Sue Sawyer originally trained in Reflexology with the prestigious Phillip Salmon School of Reflexology and was accredited by The Association of Reflexologists (AOR) in 1999 and is registered with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) & The General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR) . Her original training in the Theatre also gave her specific insights into the importance of correct breathing and relaxation as a tool to master nerves and performance anxiety.

In 2000 Sue set up her private practice Energy Benefits for Complementary Therapies and has built it into a full-time Clinic gaining valuable insights and experience in treating an extremely wide range of conditions.

It was whilst working with her clients that Sue became acutely aware of the connection between mental & physical health. In particular, the detrimental effect that unresolved emotional anxiety and emotional conflict combined with stress has on the physical body. Since it is estimated that 80% of all health issues are stress-related, this covers quite a few problems!

In 2004 Sue became a Master Practitioner of EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) or Tapping is perhaps the most widely recognised and is used in many countries most notably America, where the founder of EFT Gary Craig resides. EFT has recently had a number of research studies conducted putting into a category of more evidenced-based psychological approaches.

In 2007 Sue developed her skills further by becoming a Master Practitioner of Hypnotherapy & NLP. Both these tools are wider recognised facilitators of change which she combines with EFT and Emotrance.

In 2016 Sue recognising a more evidence approach to Hypnotherapy could be more beneficial completed a Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy , which is the main evidence-based approach to hypnotherapy, and draws heavily upon psychological research on hypnosis and suggestion. Sue is a Registered Hypnotherapist with the GHR and a Trainer, Coach, and Supervisor with the UK College of Hypnosis.

Sue is a trainer and co-creator of the Stress Management & Resilience Building Workshop - a six-day course at the UK College of Hypnosis which includes treatment plans and exercises to calm the body and mind – to build well-being and resilience. This comprehensive workshop looks at the psychology, physiology and neuroscience of stress. Firstly, how to assess and work at the level of physiological stress response, and secondly how to take advance of principles of neuroplasticity to create deep, lasting change. In addition to understand the psychology of stress how to assess and work with the level of psychological factors that increase or maintain a maladaptive stress response.

Sue is committed to ongoing training and development in both Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy, EFT and Reflexology in order that she may offer the best possible treatment to her patients.

The Department of Health recommends that GP’s refer to practitioners on the CNHC register when they suggest the use of complementary therapy to patients. To visit any of the websites please refer to our Resources & Links page

The Private Practice: Hypnotherapy & EFT Reflexology for Farnham & Alton

Offers both daytime and evening appointments at premises in between Alton Hampshire & Farnham Surrey.


Sue Sawyer is a qualified Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist and Master Practitioner of NLP & EFT ( Emotional Freedom Techniques) and Emotrance. Sue is also a Trainer and Student Coach with the UK College of Hypnosis & Guest Trainer with Live It Unlimited delivering their NLP based courses. Live It recently featured, as the top NLP training provider for women, in the Daily Express, Natural Health and Psychologies magazines!

Sue Sawyer is a Qualified Complementary Therapist Registered by the following Organisations:

• A full member of The Association of Reflexologists (AOR)
• A Registered Hypnotherapist with the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR)
• Registered with The Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)
• The Association of Meridian Therapists (AMET)
• Master EFT/MET Practitioner in EFT & Emotrance
• The American Board of Neuro-Linguistics Programming ABNLP
• The American Board of Hypnotherapy ABH
• The On-Site Massage Association.

Energy Benefits - Hypnotherapy & EFT Reflexology for Farnham & Alton

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