Testimonial Endometriosis UK

Georgia is wonderful at what she does.

Georgia came along to a Support Group Meeting for Merseyside’s Endometriosis UK yesterday and everyone who attended was asking before they left if Georgia had her diary with her for further sessions. Yes!! That good! 

Georgia delivered a talk about how our brain works, how stress and anxiety affects us, what chemicals are in the body and how our pain levels can be influenced by controllable factors. We learnt how Hypnotherapy can support those suffering with Endometriosis, help us to cope and manage the condition like the pain, the stress and the emotional roller-coaster of grieving the loss of an old ‘healthier’ life but most importantly hypnotherapy may even reduce the levels of pain we live with. The relaxation session was so calming and refreshing, we loved it.

For those who do not know, Endometriosis is a chronic condition that affects 1 in 10 women of reproductive age. It is as common as diabetes yet not as commonly known about. 
Endometriosis UK is here to make this invisible disease visible!

To find your local support group please visit: https://endometriosis-uk.org/find-a-support-group

To book a face to face or online hypnotherapy appointment please call: 01704 601010

What Next?

If you would like more information about my work and my practice, please contact me on 01704 601010 or at Email me. We can have a relaxed, no-obligation chat during which I will confirm if I can be of help.

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