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    Hello, I’m James Mallinson & I’ve used Clinical Hypnotherapy to help thousands both online & face to face in London & Winchester
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    Here’s our thoughts and views on how Clinical Hypnotherapy is affecting and influencing people on a day to day basis.

    January 4, 2016

    Will GCSE mock exams lead to a wave of panic attacks?

    Even though everyone knows that ‘mocks’ are not as important as the real thing, the feelings of fear and apprehension they create among many youngsters are nonetheless all too real. We’re entering mock season right around now and children up and down the country will be filing into halls and…

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    January 2, 2016

    Switch your mindset, not your diet, if you want to be slim

    There’s not a week goes by without some fad diet making the headlines, and I often think that these stories offer little but false hope for people who are struggling with their weight. In the run up to Christmas, dieters often go into overdrive so that they can look their…

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    December 14, 2015

    Four Triggers For Panic Attacks

    Panic attacks are no fun – as you’ll know if you’ve ever found yourself in a stressful situation with your head swimming, your heartbeat all over the place and your breathing out of control. What some people don’t realise when the come to my hypnotherapy practise in London and Winchester…

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    December 2, 2015

    The Curse of Public Speaking – And How to Fix It

    Dry mouth? Check. Sweating palms? Check. Horrible sinking feeling that you’re about to deliver a speech of dubious quality to a pack of hyenas who will be looking at you as they would tonight’s dinner? Absolutely. If this describes how you feel when it’s your turn to present to the…

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    November 19, 2015

    Why big gigs and agoraphobia sufferers don’t mix

    Glastonbury, Reading and Latitude may have been and gone, but the autumn gig roster has plenty up its sleeve for music lovers, with tours from Paul Weller, Imagine Dragons and Madonna all still to come. Great news if you’re an avid concert-fan – not so good for agoraphobics. When gig-goers…

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    November 1, 2015

    Why hypnotherapy for smoking could save your family’s life

    I was on holiday recently and for the second time in as many years I was amazed to see that the apartment we were staying in didn’t have a smoke alarm. When you travel with kids you’re more alert for that kind of thing than when young, carefree and single,…

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    October 1, 2015

    Don’t go in the water! Why Jaws still causes panic attacks

    It was 40 years this summer since Jaws was unleashed on an unsuspecting public – and millions of us have been worried about going into the sea ever since. If you have a winter holiday booked, there’s a good chance you’ll be heading somewhere tropical, where a fear of sharks…

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    February 7, 2015

    How Kelly Holmes stopped her phobia with hypnotherapy

    This week on the BBC Radio 4 show 'I've never seen Star Wars', Dame Kelly Holmes stopped her fear and phobia of water using hypnotherapy in just one session.  As I’m the hypnotherapist who worked with Kelly in our session in London, I can explain just how normal the process…

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    January 19, 2015

    Should the state pay people to not smoke?

    Incentivising pregnant mothers with up to £400 cash to stop smoking can be almost 400% more effective than no cash incentive. So says research from the University of Glasgow that’s featured in the British Medical Journal that was featured in the likes of the Independent. It’s set off a volcanic…

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