Caring for YOU
Sue Smith has a professional nursing background, and many years’ experience coaching people with emotional and mental health issues using a combination of hypnosis, conscious techniques, NLP, CBT, Weight Management Hypnosis. Sue also qualified in Gastro Band Hypnotherapy at the European College of Hypnotherapy.
YOUR Unique Programme
"A weight-reduction regime in which the intake of energy is lower than its output is the most common self-treatment for achieving weight reduction. “
However everybody is unique and Sue tailors her approach to each individual. You can be assured that you will receive a professional and unique therapy to suit your problem, whatever the cause of your excess weight.
"I would highly recommend her and would use her services again if necessary."
Margaret Marshal, Chester le Street.
"...she knows her subjects but I am impressed with how passionate Sue Smith is
about what she does. I highly recommend her services".
Julie Cockburn Training Manager
The Importance of Trust
When you feel ready to address an issue, it is crucial to choose someone you can trust. In addition to Sue Smith’s advanced qualifications in Hypnotherapy and stress, she has trained at several different academies in weight management including training with Professor Keith Hearne at the European College of Hypnotherapy on the Gastro Band Hypnotherapy technique. She is a multi award winning therapist, a supervisor and mentor for new therapists, and has been a guest speaker at the National Conference for Hypnotherapy held by the APHP annually in London.
Professional memberships include: - RGN, ABPI, MAPHP(Accr) and registered Supervisor, MREBHP, MCNHC, MNRPC, UKCHO
About Sue Smith
Winner of ‘Best Client Management’ Award in 2013 and 'Best Technique' Award in 2014, at the National Hypnotherapy Conference in London.
**Top Three Rated Award for Gateshead in 2018. Invited speaker and author, made a Fellow of the APHP in 2017. Also a member of national bodies such as the CNHC, approved by the NHS and some major corporate insurance companies.