My name is Simon Garfield Bown. I’m a fully qualified hypnotherapist, I am registered with the National Council for Hypnotherapy, I’m on the General Hypnotherapy Register and I’m with the Complementary and National Healthcare Council. I have full public liability insurance and I work under the NCH code of ethics.
I have a fascination with how consciousness works and particularly with the peculiarities of the human mind. Hypnosis is able to reach beyond our conscious analysis of our world and touch the deeper parts of the mind and affect change. This is what excites me and motivates me to use hypnosis to help people.
I took part in my first past life regression in 1987 at the College of Psychic Studies in London. The thoughts and feelings I experienced have stayed with me to this day. Since then I have viewed several other past lives through hypnotic regression. They have never failed to provoke intense feelings and give me great insight into my life today.
I studied at the Anglo European College of Therapeutic Hypnosis where on the course I did over 160 hours of classroom time and many case studies. I’m proud to say the National Council for Hypnotherapy described my 78,000 word portfolio as exceptional.
When I am not working as a Hypnotherapist I have many interests. I have been playing bass guitar for over 35 years which I find to be tremendous fun. I have a hobby of writing science fiction. My collection of short stories is available on Amazon and my first novel will soon be published. I love a good film and I have put together a modest home cinema.
If you would like to know more about how we would work together please feel free to contact me. I offer a free 30 minute consultation where you can ask me questions about the Hypnotherapy process.
“During our lives all of us will experience opportunities for change which involve risk. These occasions may come at inconvenient times. We may not act upon them, but the challenge is there for us. The purpose of reincarnation is the exercise of free will. Without this ability, we would be impotent creatures indeed.”