Zoe Clews and Glynis Barber

How hypnotherapy can help anxiety and depression

Glynis Barber Stress Management 2 Comments

I sit down to talk once again with hypnotherapist Zoë Clews. This time we focus on anxiety and depression which is Zoë’s speciality. She describes anxiety as acting as a lid on emotions like grief, anger and sadness and in her work she seeks out these underlying issues and helps people to resolve them.

More and more people are presenting with anxiety

Zoë says often it’s people who have never had anxiety before and they have no idea where it’s come from. She describes it as a message your body and brain are sending, a sign that there are issues that need to be looked at. She’s in no doubt that the extraordinary events of the last couple of years have taken their toll.

People get anxiety about their anxiety

Thankfully she has ways of helping people to get round the many manifestations and directions that anxiety can take.

If you are able to get to London, you can meet Zoë face to face for a session and if not, she can also do sessions via Zoom:

ZOE CLEWS & ASSOCIATES

I’ve done a few videos with Zoë now about hypnotherapy and they’ve generated a lot of interest and have been very positively received. Do check them out by going to the Ageless YouTube channel.

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  1. I’m not sure if you will read this! I was actually looking forward to this video but again your voices are so far away from the mike I was unable to hear anything, even with my earphones in. If it’s at all possible for you to wear a mike it would be so very much appreciated. It’s a shame I have missed this. Many thanks if you do read this and understand how difficult it can be for some of us.

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      That’s so strange Linda because it doesn’t seem to be an issue for others? I edit the videos and the sound is always as clear as a bell and there are no sound issues that I can detect. I can’t help thinking it must be some setting on your device? What device do you listen on? if it’s your phone or computer perhaps the sound is set at a very low level?

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