FAQ

Confidentiality

As a full member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH) I am bound by their ethical conditions. These conditions protect both the patient and the therapist and help to ensure that you receive the best and most suitable treatment or range of treatments available. To view this practice's statement on confidentiality click here

One feature of hypnotherapy is that, as the problem and solution are within the patient, some specific aspects of the problem may not need to be communicated to the therapist.

From time to time I make recordings of sessions, these remain confidential and are used to allow me to periodically re-assess consultations or where evidence is required, you will be asked for your agreement before a recording is made.

Where it becomes apparent that a condition exists that could be treated by a fellow therapist then your permission may be sought for your name to be passed on to them.