Hypnotherapist and BWRT® Practitioner
DHP(Adv), Dip.CBH, FAPHP, MBBRS(Acc), APHP(Sup), MNRPC(Acc), MNCP
In response to the current COVID-19 situation in the UK, June will for the time being no longer offer face to face sessions at Rowan House. However she does offer online sessions using the Zoom platform and payment can be made by card or bank transfer. Please contact June directly by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by text or phone call on 07767 472976 to discuss in more detail.
June is an experienced BWRT® Practitioner, Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapist and Life Coach. She ran a very successful practice in South Croydon from 2006 to 2017 before moving to Norfolk at the end of 2017. She is now gradually building her practice again from Rowan House, and online from home via Skype.
Her qualifications include diplomas in Clinical Hypnotherapy with Psychotherapy (DHP), Advanced Hypnoanalytic Therapy, Advanced Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy (DHP Adv.), Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (Dip.CBH), Supervision, and she is a Registered SymbioDynamics® Consultant and LifeMapper® Life Coach
As an accredited member of the British Brainworking Research Society and a Fellow of the APHP (Association for Professional Hypnosis and Psychotherapy) she works to the strong codes of ethics of both organisations. She is also a member of the NCP (National Council of Psychotherapists), and the NCH (National Council for Hypnotherapy).
She is an Accredited Supervisor of Hypnotherapy with the APHP, the Ethics Officer on the Board of the APHP, and runs her own training schools teaching Hypnotherapy and BWRT®.
As with all registered professional therapists she is fully covered by professional indemnity insurance
Life before Therapy
June’s stressful job of about 20 years in computers eventually took their toll and this led her to choosing an alternative career. She’d always acted as unofficial counsellor to her colleagues, so decided to make it official, starting out by training as a hypnotherapist and going from there.
Her early years as a child were spent on the idyllic Isles of Scilly where she grew up on a dairy farm. In between she has lived and worked all over Western Europe.
She’s had her fair share of personal traumas, and has been on the receiving end of all of the therapies that she now practices, resolving issues such arachnophobia, procrastination, imposter syndrome and grief, to name but a few!
Moving to Norfolk has fulfilled a lifelong dream to be back in the countryside, surrounded by animals. As well as the human residents, she shares her home with 2 dogs, 6 cats and 2 Shetland ponies, on loan from a kindly neighbour.