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"I discovered hypnotherapy as a way of coping when my mother died. At the time I was a personal assistant to the managing director of a large organisation.
Hypnotherapy helped me enormously, and I began investigating why hypnotherapy is not more widely used. In particular, I noted there is very little help for people suffering with anxiety, stress and depression – the common ailments of our time – in traditional medicine (besides anti-depressants).
I discovered Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (CBH) which combines Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) with hypnosis. I opted to train in CBT because I was looking for evidence. I am a very practical person and as I pondered leaving the corporate world, I needed research and facts on why hypnotherapy works. Clinical studies show CBT is an effective treatment for anxiety and depression.
I decided to retrain as a hypnotherapist, studying for a Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy with the UK College of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy.
I am registered with the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council which means I abide by their code of ethics. I am a genuine, open, honest and serious person and I will take you and your problems seriously – and with confidentiality. With all my clients, I work on the basis of mutual trust and respect.
At my practice in Luxembourg I offer consultations Monday to Saturday in English or in French. I am fully bilingual, the product of an English father and a French mother.
As featured on RTL Today
"This week we visit Vanessa Peardon, who practises cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy, which combines hypnotherapy with cognitive behavioural therapy. This is a treatment for stress-related disorders approved by the British Medical Association, the American Medical Association and the National Institute of Clinical Excellence."
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