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Therapy For Children & Young People

Having worked with children and young people for over 20 years, I have found hypnotherapy and BWRT extremely effective forms of treatment for helping with a wide range of issues.

As with the adult therapy, I use an integrated approach in which techniques such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Counselling, relaxation/Hypnotherapy and psychotherapy are used, depending on your child’s needs.  I work with a variety of issues including  anxiety (specialising in school related anxiety and attachment difficulties), stress, trauma, bereavement, depression, anger, grief, nightmares, bedwetting, phobias and many other issues.

 

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BWRT

BrainWorking Recursive Therapy®  (BWRT). Do you avoid therapy because you worry about disclosing private information or personal secrets?  If so, then BWRT may be the way forward for you.

With BWRT personal problems, fears, anxieties, even severe difficulties that have lasted for years can melt away almost as if by magic, and often in just a single session when working with a professionally registered BWRT practitioner.  The therapy can even be carried out via the internet, so a lack of confidence, feelings of awkwardness or tight schedules need not be an obstacle to improving your life.

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Sue Learoyd-Smith is the BWRT Specialist Advisor

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Clinical Hypnotherapy

As a CNHC and APHP registered Clinical Hypnotherapist I am so pleased that hypnotherapy is receiving the credit it deserves as a valid and effective form of treatment for a wide range of issues.  Not only is hypnotherapy excellent for confidence building, smoking cessation and pain relief, but it is also an effective form of treatment for issues such as anxiety, depression and, in fact,  most issues of a primarily psychological nature.

I use a range of different techniques for the therapy aspect of hypnotherapy including counselling, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Psychotherapy.  I also recognise that hypnosis is not for everyone and am therefore able to offer the same therapeutic techniques without hypnosis if this is what the client prefers.

 

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Sue Learoyd-Smith PhD (Education/Psychology)., BSc. Hons (Psychology)., DHP., LAPHP., MIBWRT., AFHEA

My Promise to you

My primary concern is helping you to achieve the changes you want through providing an individualised service which meets your own unique needs. I only work with issues I am qualified to work with and will refer you to another CNHC registered therapist if necessary.  I am happy for you to email me with questions at sue@sfstherapy.com and I will always reply to these as soon as I possibly can.

Consultations

I recognise that you may have many questions you would like answering before deciding if therapy is for you.  I offer a free 30 minute (no obligation) initial consultation for all issues.  Alternatively, please feel free to email me with any questions.

Contact Sue

To arrange your free initial consultation, or to book an appointment telephone (01793) 677817 or 07876808642.  Alternatively, you can complete the contact form along with a brief description of the nature of your inquiry.  I will get back to you as soon as possible.  Thank you.

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Free 30 Min Consultation

Tel 01793 677817 (10am-6pm)

Tel 07876808642 (Evenings or weekends)

 

Business Hours

Mon, Thur & Fri 10 am – 6 pm

Tue & Wed 12 Noon – 9 pm


Saturday: 10am-4pm

SFS Therapy Practice

SFS Therapy has recently relocated from Regus House, SN5 6QR to a purpose built therapy room in a quiet residential area in Upper Stratton, Swindon, SN2. The new practice is spacious and offers privacy for clients. Free parking is available.

All treatments used at SFS Therapy are based on research and/or success in clinical practice.  As a complementary therapist, not an alternative one, I recognise the importance of working side-by-side with medical practitioners and in certain circumstances (e.g. where there is also a medical condition) will need to request permission to contact your GP prior to providing any treatment.

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