Andrew Latto Hypnotherapy

Hi I'm Andy,

A retired police officer who completed 38 years in the police service mainly in high-risk areas of firearms operations, training and National management of these areas. I am a qualified Hypnotherapist trained through the United Kingdom Hypnosis Academy. Additionally, I am a qualified hypnosis and kinetic shift technique trainer and hold the position of training quality assurance manager in the UKHA. I also work with a Charity that provides support to police officers and the police community. The charity deals with issues such as stress, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD), professional issues and health related issues to name but a few.

I decided to become involved in hypnosis to use the skill as a treatment for the officers and family of the charity and have now moved into additional areas where I can provide these fast and effective therapies to help you 'live your life' to the full.

I offer an extensive range of solutions that will improve your life and your confidence. The following give’s an overview of some of the issues hypnosis will be effective in removing or improving.

• Weight management, a program to enhance weight loss and continued management.
• Stop smoking
• Pain management
• Anxiety
• Stress
• Phobias or Fears
• Behavioural addictions
• Trauma (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
• Life-work pressures
• Sports improvement – so you can reach that goal
• Public speaking confidence (Including presentation coaching)
• Exam, promotion stress
• Bereavement, guidance
• Divorce / separation stress

If you would like to discuss any issue please contact me on the details below for a free consultation.

Phone. +44(0) 7392-683405

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