Jeana Mortensen MAPHP (Acc.)
Hello, I am a clinical hypnotherapist and psychotherapist based in Langdon Hills, Basildon. I became interested in training to become a professional hypnotherapist after personally receiving treatment which to my absolute delight worked. I was so impressed with the results that I made the decision to expand my career by undertaking formal training, in psychotherapy, hypnotherapy and hypnoanalysis at The Essex Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy (EICH), which offers one of the very best training programs for hypnotherapy and psychotherapy practitioners. I have more than 37 years professional experience in counselling services within the caring professions. I offer a completely confidential, caring and friendly professional service.
Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, Hypno-Analysis, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Warriors Settlers Nomads, 37 years Counselling experience. All issues, including: Weight Control, Motivation for Exercise, Exam and Driving Test Fears, Exam Revision, Memory and Recall, Concentration, Stress, Anxiety Management, Depression, Insomnia & Snoring Issues, Tinnitus, Dyslexia Syndrome, Visual Stress, Past-Life Regression, Fears/Phobias, Public Speaking Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Self-confidence, Rapid Healing After Surgery, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Work Related Stress, Stuttering and Stammering, Quit-Smoking, Hypno-Birthing and many other life issues. Free Initial Consultation.
Testimonials from Clients
"(Fear of Flight)
Hi Jeana hope you are well. I had the best time in New York, no panic attacks and enjoyed every minute of it. Something really strange as well; I've always had a fear of heights would feel dizzy looking out of a window, well I stood and looked out of a window on the 40th floor and it didn't affect me at all!! So you've got rid of my fear of heights as well, thank you so much!!! When I have got some more money I will come and see you again to conquer my fear of driving on the M25. Best wishes J X"
Using Hypnotherapy to ease the symptoms of Meares-Irlen Syndrome.
Known as Visual Stress, MI causes difficulties with reading. Research by Evans & Watkins (Essex Uni) found 20% of children benefited using a coloured overlay or tinted glasses. Correct colour speeds accuracy of reading which may improve by up to 50%
Dyslexia Syndrome and Related Visual Stress.
Dyslexia causes difficulties in personal organization, timekeeping, math, reading, writing and spelling which will affect self-confidence and may trigger anxiety, frustration and poor self-esteem. Stress reducing hypnotic techniques can really help