Appointment information

Frequently asked questions

How much does it cost?

One single appointment (one to one and a half hour duration): adults £75.

Reduced cost package options:

  • Recovery package, six appointments: £375 (£62.50 per session, saving £75)
  • Transformation package, twelve appointments: £720 (£60 per session, saving £180)

Concessions: To support clients on low incomes I reserve some of my professional time for appointments at a concessional rate. Please ask if this would be of interest to you.

FREE call: you can book a free twenty minute phone or Skype call with me to give you the opportunity to discuss any questions you may have in person.

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How do I pay?

I can accept payments by BACS transfer and through PayPal with credit card.

How do I book an appointment?

To arrange an appointment please contact me directly by email, or ring me on my mobile 07787 438799.

What therapies do you use?

I offer classic Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), and the advanced Emotional Freedom Techniques Matrix Reimprinting and Matrix Birth Reimprinting. Find out more here.

What happens during a consultation?

In a consultation with me, you are fully clothed at all times and you sit comfortably on a chair. I lead you through EFT, by tapping with fingertips on EFT points on my own head, face, chest, wrist and hand, while you tap on yourself, mirroring me. For Matrix Reimprinting and Matrix Birth Reimprinting you remain seated, with your eyes closed, while I talk you through the visualisation process.

How long is a consultation?

A session usually lasts approximately one hour, to one and a half hours.

How many appointments do I need?

There are many factors that determine how many sessions you may wish to have. Most clients book between six and twelve appointments, with one consultation about every one to four weeks. I therefore offer packages with six or twelve appointments at reduced cost compared to single appointments.

Even after just one session there can be lasting benefits. However, it is unusual for complex situations to be resolved in just one appointment, despite reports of one-session successes published on the internet. Commonly clients experience a gradual improvement with each session and then reach a significant break-through, after the groundwork was laid in previous appointments.

Some clients with certain conditions benefit from ongoing and longstanding work. There is no upper limit to how many sessions you may have.

It is also not uncommon for clients to come back after a while following a successful treatment course, to address another area of concern.

Over time, as more and more aspects are cleared, often the treatments move from being directed at improving health, to addressing lifestyle issues and personal and professional performance. Clients then really begin to take charge of their lives and live their dreams, moving from surviving to thriving.

When do you consult?

You can book appointments with me on weekdays between 10:00am and 3:30pm by contacting me directly.

Where are you based?

I live in Bristol, United Kingdom. However, I do not offer face to face appointments. I can see clients from all over the UK and the world via video conferencing, such as Skype.

Are there any side-effects?

After many years of use on an international scale by a large number of diverse practitioners, there have been no reports of serious adverse events with any of the therapies I offer. They are safe and effective. However, occasionally there can be temporary discomfort for a few days after the treatment, before improvements are seen.

When the biological effects of hugely stressful past events, thinking patterns and belief systems are reduced or removed from our being, the body can go into a physiological recovery and healing phase. Sometimes this can cause feelings of tiredness after a session. Clients who are struggling with fatigue may find this problematic, since it may seem like their symptoms are worsening. However, this dip in energy levels is only temporary and will improve quickly. It is also possible to feel a bit down or achy, but again this will usually settle on its own and give way to noticing improvements beyond the situation before the therapy.

If possible, just taking life a bit easier for a while and even resting is helpful, as well as drinking plenty of plain water.

The vast majority of people feel a joyful lightness following their sessions, so even if there is discomfort, it is not usually an unpleasant experience on the whole.

How long does the treatment effect last for?

It is not my experience that treatment effects wear off. Once a certain situation has been addressed, the results are usually permanent.

What I do see happen at times is that after working on one layer of problems, after a while a new layer or aspect may surface. This is very beneficial, since it results in deeper clearing of issues. It is a sign of further progress, rather than of the therapy losing its effect.

Therefore, it is possible to gain greater freedom, but with this expanded comfort zone comes the experience of new triggers. For example, anxiety may have previously confined you to your house, but with therapy you feel able to leave and go out. However, now you notice that you feel anxious about visiting large supermarkets. This may be frustrating, but it is progress, since ultimately it will help you to remove one block after another on your journey to regaining health.

Can I use EFT on my own?

Yes, EFT can be used as very effective and empowering self-help tool. However, for situations with a high emotional charge, or with signficant trauma, it is advisable to work with a therapist.

It is also a good idea to consider consulting an experienced practitioner, when you find that using them on your own does not deliver the results you are aiming for. This is not usually a sign that the therapies are not working for you, but more often than not that a subconscious block is in place, which is hidden from your own view, but visible to the trained eye.

The best results are seen when clients combine regular (daily) self-help with occasional (weekly to monthly) appointments. This is a very empowering and cost effective path to recovery.

Why do we work with the past so much?

In early childhood we are influenced by the people in our environment and the experiences we have. During this crucial time in our development we lay down core beliefs about ourselves and the world in our subconscious mind. Depending on the circumstances, these beliefs can be empowering or disempowering, but they will always go on to shape our lives and our future.

The most effective way to address any unhelpful core beliefs is to return to the events when they were created. We do this with ease by tapping into the subconscious memories kept within the body. Resolution comes through insights the client gains while revisiting original childhood events with a wider perspective. We use EFT to de-stress and de-traumatise the memory and then draw on the client’s own life experience to focus on a new belief which is more truthful, empowering and helpful.

Since the subconscious mind records every experience, this process is even possible, when there are not many conscious childhood memories, as is often the case in childhood stress and trauma.

What is a complementary therapy?

Complementary therapies are defined by the US National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) as treatments that are used alongside conventional medical care, and not as a replacement.

What is a holistic therapy?

Holistic therapies treat the whole person, rather than just looking at isolated symptoms. During ill health it is usual for physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual issues to contribute to the overall picture. Through addressing these, improvements in well being can be experienced.

What is a mind-body therapy?

Mind-body therapies work on the scientifically backed understanding that our mind and body are not separate, but very closely connected through a number of mechanisms, including the autonomic nervous system, the immune system and the hormone system. You can read more about the mind-body link here.

Do you also offer standard medical care?

It is very important to realise that I am not offering a standard medical service here. In my capacity as a holistic practitioner I am unable to give medical advice about your medical diagnosis or treatment. Please do not stop any medication or other therapies you are receiving. If you wish to change or discuss your medical treatment, please speak to your own doctor, who knows you and your full medical history, to avoid complications. The service I offer is not instead of, but rather in addition to, your usual medical care. Many thanks.

Are you listed on any other websites?

I am listed on the following websites:

    • The main Matrix Reimprinting website
    • Bristol Chiropracter Leiza Alpass mentions me on her website
    • My General Medical Council (GMC) registration can be checked here. My GMC number is 6059202.

Any other questions?

Please contact me if you have any other questions. I look forward to hearing from you!