What could be more of a sensitive problem to deal with than sexual issues? The difficulty with suffering with problems which are so intimate and private is that they tend to get side-lined, not spoken about and not addressed. Hence the problem continues. Nevertheless it cannot be brushed under the carpet just because it is embarrassing and such a personal matter. Each client is unique. Not one size fits all. I take an eclectic approach, designing and moulding the therapy to what is best for you. Sometimes a gentle approach is needed to get over and break down the negative demons which are causing the problem. On other occasion a more robust direct approach is needed to take on and beat those demons. On our initial consultation I will appraise the problem and will work out the best way forward in dealing with these highly sensitive issues.
Most women have experienced some symptoms or discomfort associated with their monthly periods. It may be nothing more serious than feelings of irritation or tiredness a few days before their period which they can easily shrug off. Or it may be much more severe – depression, acute anxiety, food cravings, water retention, abdominal pain, or heavy bleeding which can turn the normal menstrual cycle into a misery – for the women concerned and for their families. Most doctors nowadays recognize premenstrual syndrome (P.M.S) as a collection of symptoms usually experienced in the two weeks before a period. Sore, “lumpy” breasts, sleep problems, a lack of interest in sex, and erratic periods are other symptoms, although some women become much keener on sex just before a period.
The causes of P.M.S. and other menstrual problems are still hotly debated. During this phase of the menstrual cycle levels of the sex hormones progesterone and oestrogen fall, affecting all parts of the body including the brain, which accounts for the wide variety of symptoms reported by women. Hormonal imbalance is certainly crucial factor, although there is a lively dispute over whether P.M.S. is caused by a deficiency of oestrogen or a problem with the way the body uses progesterone. Poor diet, lack of exercise, and stress undoubtedly aggravate the situation and may in some cases turn what might be a mild inconvenience into something much more distressing. There is also evidence that “oestrogen overload” is something of a modern epidemic caused by a combination of the contraceptive pill, poor diet, and stress.
Your symptoms may also be due to something else entirely – a shortage of iron or a thyroid problem, for example – so it is sensible to have a check-up rather than assuming that the problem is related to your monthly cycle
No one would suggest that premenstrual syndrome and other menstrual problems were “all in the mind”. But there is plenty of research to indicate that stress and other psychological factors have a profound effect on the workings of the body, even though the precise mechanisms may not yet be fully understood. Certainly stress aggravates any tendency to P.M.S., and many of the symptoms – depression, anxiety, food cravings, and bad temper – are, of course, quite similar.
One theory is that the body is particularly sensitive to adrenalin in the two weeks before a period, so that any already existing stress symptoms become more acute at this time.
Hypnotherapy treatment helps relieve stress and uncover any psychological concerns that may be exacerbating, or even causing, your problem.
Morning Sickness (Hyperemesis)
It is quite normal to experience sickness in the early stages of pregnancy. Hypnotherapy can significantly help to reduce the feelings and anxiety associated with it. Suggestions are made to your subconscious under hypnosis to allow the nausea to pass naturally.
Vaginismus Treatment more details
Vaginismus is a psychological problem with no treatment currently available medically or surgically, any attempts to remedy the condition physically will fail and provide increased dissatisfaction. It manifests itself in a physical way in a psychosomatic response to touch or attempted intercourse. The condition affects self-esteem, happiness and relationships. This hypnotherapy course helps eliminate negative and limiting thought patterns, replacing them with positive expectations of effortless and fulfilling sexual intercourse.
I successfully treat vaginismus using hypnosis which instills key changes in thought patterns and allows for relaxation and the positive acceptance of allowing penetration to occur naturally. The hypnosis helps ingrain the message into the subconscious mind that opening up and allowing penetration will result in safe, pain free, deeply pleasurable sexually fulfilling enjoyment.
Hypnosis has long been used to alleviate the frustrations of not being able to experience orgasm. Hypnosis helps re-program mental thinking to allow the full pleasure of sexual intercourse to result in orgasms. My program has helped women of all ages to experience regular orgasms from sexual intercourse for the first time in their lives.
For 95% the results achieved are permanent.
Hypnosis is entirely natural, safe & relaxing. You will remain conscious and in complete control throughout.
I understand this can be extremely embarrassing to talk about, so why not contact me for an initial calming and relaxation hypnotherapy session. You will find out afterwards, how much easier it will be to communicate about your own personal issues.
I am bound by the BSCH code of conduct which states all treatment and information will be totally confidential between patient and therapist.
(Sex Drive) - Inhibited sexual desire (ISD) refers to a low level of sexual interest. The person with ISD fails to initiate or respond to their partner's desire for sexual activity. ISD may be primary (where the person has never felt much sexual desire or interest), or secondary (where the person used to possess sexual desire, but no longer does). ISD may also be either situational to the partner (the person with ISD is interested in other people, but not his or her partner), or it may be general (where the person with ISD has a lack of sexual interest in anyone). In the extreme form of sexual aversion, the person not only lacks sexual desire, but may find sex repulsive, revolting, and distasteful.
Thank you Kevin for helping me to deal with my quite personnel embarrassing issues in a sensitive and gentle manner. My life now and in the future will be so much better now
Anne ( name changed for privacy ) Epsom
Thanks so much, you changed my life, After just two sessions with you I now enjoy all the things I used to feel so guilty about. Your understanding manner is a credit to the hypnotherapy profession.
Sandra (name changed for privacy) Kingston
Kevin has helped me deal with the difficulties that have been bothering me for so many years. He’s given me my confidence back together with a more positive outlook for the future. I felt relaxed as soon as I met him. He is kind and caring, especially when dealing with such difficult and sensitive issues as mine, which are now behind me.
Janet ( name changed for privacy )( Surbiton ).
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