“Whether you think you can or whether you think you can’t, you’re right.” Henry Ford

To be self-confident is to trust in our your abilities and believe that you can do what you set your mind to.


Have you ever wondered why some people seem to be successful and happy, while others seem to be unhappy and to fail in whatever they do? Have you noticed that some seem to have the Midas touch, while others, even with plenty of money and a good education, seem to struggle all the time? What is this difference between people who merely get by and those who excel? What is this “winning edge,” this inner strength and confidence?

Simplistically it often boils down to this - those who expect to succeed generally do; those who lack courage and constantly complain often fail. 

Low self esteem and lack of self belief are bound up with confidence issues.  Saying and thinking negative things about yourself, or having a negative opinion about your abilities and evaluating oneself in a negative way or all examples of low self-esteem.

The bottom line is that the subconscious programming of earlier years creates these negative patterns of thinking and behaviour. Therefore the only way to correct these issues is through hypnosis and direct access to the deeper mind to change behaviours. Hypnotherapy has a proven track record in alleviating these issues and re-creating new behaviours that support healthy self-esteem.


The seeds of self-confidence, self love and self belief  are already within everybody. Hypnotherapy can be used to nurture those seeds so that they may blossom and be fruitful. 

You win when you expect to win, you succeed when you expect to succeed - is probably one of the great un-written laws of life. 

Hypnotherapy for self-confidence concentrates on the following areas:

  • Ego strengthening - I help you realise your intrinsic worth as a human being and recognize and appreciate your unique talents and abilities. 

  • Decision making - many people who lack self-confidence also lack a confidence in your ability to make decisions or, once having made them, are plagued by self-doubt. 

  • Social situations - many who suffer from poor self-confidence also feel ill at ease in social situations. I can help you  feel more poised, calm and confident in these situations.