Matthew trained in Hypnotherapy at the London College of Clinical Hypnosis, where he gained his diploma from the British Medical Hypnotherapy Examinations Board.
He progressed further with his studies and gained his Postgraduate (practitioner) diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy and EMDR therapy. He also holds a diploma in Stress Management and keeps abreast of the latest developments by attending seminars and master classes.
Over the years Matthew has helped hundreds of patients learn the clinical applications of hypnosis for their own specific self-help. Many have used the techniques for childbirth, pain management, relieving anxiety and stress and also helping patients fighting cancer.
Matthew is a Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist and a full member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis and works at The Treatment Rooms in Bristol within their strict code of ethics.
The London College of Clinical Hypnosis was founded in 1984 to establish the highest standards of practice and teaching for hypnosis as a therapeutic discipline.
The LCCH is accredited by the British Accreditation Council, by the Open University and Greenwich University - LCCH courses are now counted as part of the curriculum in medical or complementary medical degrees.
The LCCH has taken part in studies and tuition for the UK´s major teaching hospitals, including Guys & St Thomas, St Bartholomew´s, and the Heart Hospital.
The LCCH is accredited by the Royal College of Nursing. Many nurses, midwives and GPs now use hypnotherapy as a method for reducing anxiety, lowering blood pressure and controlling pain.
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