‘With hope and sight of the way out nearly lost, I was amazed at the transformation and timescale. Annette’s approach of shifting focus and perception is really refreshing. In addition to the understanding of why something is as it is, she combines this with a proactive approach of ‘this is what we’ve got, so what are we going to do with it?’ which I found really positive and empowering. A few tears in a therapy session was a normal experience for me, but happy tears of amazement at my own progress was entirely new, thank you Annette.’
My name is Annette Sloly and I am a Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist BA Hons. DHP HPD DSFH CNHC MNCH(Reg). MNCP (Accred.) practising Clinical Hypnotherapy in Bristol.
I am an experienced therapist, with a lifelong interest in mindfulness, neuroscience and extensive corporate experience. Cultivating curiosity and compassion over the years has helped me hone my approach and informs my work – with everyone from professionals suffering stress and sound engineers suffering tinnitus, to world-class actors and musicians looking to improve their performance. I’m humbled by the courage, strength and transformations it’s been my privilege to witness. Read about the sessions, recent testimonials and keep up to date with recent blog posts here.
Following an extensive review of the existing literature on Hypnotherapy, the British Medical Association concluded that Hypnotherapy was not only effective but may be ‘the treatment of choice’ in dealing with anxiety (‘psychoneurosis’) and stress-related (‘psycho-somatic’) disorders.
‘Annette has helped me increase my confidence levels through hypnotherapy and breathing techniques. Annette has shown me that small changes can have a big impact.’
Find out how Hypnotherapy can help you have a better quality of life. Please call me on 0117 214 0706 or email me email@example.com Alternatively, please feel free to get in touch by filling in a contact form by clicking here. I run a busy clinic at Comfort Health Clinic in Clifton, Bristol.
If you feel very worried about your mental health or are considering taking your own life, you should talk to someone. You can call your GP surgery and arrange to speak to someone immediately, or alternatively the Samaritans offer completely confidential emotional support 24 hours per day: Call 116 123 for FREE or Email firstname.lastname@example.org