therapist
Hi, I'm Juliet

As a hypnotherapist I’m determined to help you and other valuable people like yourself say goodbye to your problems for good. Allowing you the freedom to reach your potential, live the life you want to live and feel exuberant with it.

Through my decade of working as a hypnotherapist I have watched countless people walk through the door in the same place as you are right now and leave on a path that leads them to their optimum destination.

I’ve been there

Thinking of the feelings that arise with anxiety takes me back to working in a busy corporate environment. Arriving at the train station at 5:30 a.m. every morning full of dread for what the day would bring. Thankfully a course in clinical hypnosis & psychotherapy led me to a path that would change my life forever.

Before I had even finished the course and qualified as a hypnotherapist, people were asking if I could help them fix their problems. Help them lose weight, stop smoking, break habits. I soon had a therapy room in The City of London, closely followed by a room in Harley Street. I was working 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. in a busy investment bank and then racing to my therapy room to see clients. Something had to change.

What happened

In 2009 I decided to win the rat race by leaving my employer and setting up as a full time, self-employed hypnotherapist. More recently I have published a hypnobirthing book. Furthered my studies and therapeutic capabilities with a masters degree (MSc) in Consciousness, Spirituality and Transpersonal Psychology and taught many other hypnotherapists some of my techniques. In 2011 after the birth of my first daughter I chose to focus on my practice in Farnham, Surrey alongside day workshops around the country.

Juliet Hollingsworth
WHO AM I REALLY?

Early experiences

I grew up, surrounded by image conscious people focused mostly on academic achievement and not emotional health, and this led my early life.


Today, every day, I express gratitude for the influence of the elders in my family. My Great Aunt was a yogi, my maternal Nan, a planet conscious vegan plus mind and body health activist, and my paternal Nan had a psychology bookshelf far more advanced than mine. Their teachings were always there, embedded within my soul. I knew within a few years of graduating from university with a degree in financial economics that work in the corporate world wasn’t for me. Thankfully, within the workspace, I made friends with similar interests and enjoyed a different lifestyle outside of work, whilst I retrained as a hypnotherapist.

Now!

I am a massive foodie and avid exerciser. I commit to exercising six times a week, and split that between gym classes, running and swimming. I have run three London Marathons and walked one Moonwalk marathon. I prioritise my sleep and am a morning person. I love to party, but sometimes turn things down if they’ll interfere too much with this.

I am open minded. Rather than believing in something, I’d rather open my mind to the possibility of anything. I appreciate ancient traditions and enjoy exploring the ways of our ancestors. I love thinking outside the box and frequently put myself into the alternative arena.

I value friendship immensely and try my hardest to be a reliable person to those around me. I don’t take myself too seriously, but am serious when necessary. My favourite conversations are those that get deep and meaningful. My friend once told me I’m like a puppy, because I get so excited about the things I plan.

My two daughters (born in 2011 and 2014) originally went to a Krishnamurti school. We spent the best part of five years at the beautiful Brockwood Park in Bramdean. The only Krihnamurti centre in Europe. Although – in alignment with Krishnamurti’s philosophies – I do not consider him my guru, his teachings align with me.

Today, both children are home educated. They attend various groups throughout the week that align with my values, including community and nature. We spend a lot of our time in wellies, stomping in puddles and mud. We are lucky that the people we choose to surround ourselves with are non-judgemental, accepting, kind, strong people with high morals and integrity. My partner Matt and I have been together since 2005. We spend most of our free time as a family, but we haven’t found a need to marry yet.

I value the natural world. I try to keep my consumption low and commit to reducing the plastic in my life. I feel better when I eat a diet focused on unprocessed whole foods and traceable, unmedicated, meat. I commit to buying meat from a farm that prioritises the welfare of their animals, and dairy from calf at foot dairies.

Professionally

I am a massive advocate for the rights of children and find it difficult to see a child that doesn’t feel heard. It’s something I always consider when I work with a child or an adult who was once a child. I try to respect others and remember that every person is a person, regardless of their age or status. I am a big researcher and read every day. The books and research I read form the basis of my work. The knowledge I accrue guides me, so my work feels intuitive.

Qualifications
QUALIFICATIONS

Qualifications:

Member of the:

Qualifications
PUBLIC SPEAKING

2021 Hypno Summit – Hypnobirthing for the Hypnotherapist

2022 UK Hypnosis Convention – Why Hypnosis isn’t the Therapy.

2022 Hypno Summit – Sleep Disorders: When Hypnosis Alone Doesn’t Do the Trick

2023 DANISH NGH HYPNOTHERAPISTS – Congress 2023

2023 UK Hypnosis Convention – The Initial Consultation

 

 

Juliet Hollingsworth
Hi, I'm Juliet

As a hypnotherapist I’m determined to help you and other valuable people like yourself say goodbye to your problems for good. Allowing you the freedom to reach your potential, live the life you want to live and feel exuberant with it.

Through my decade of working as a hypnotherapist I have watched countless people walk through the door in the same place as you are right now and leave on a path that leads them to their optimum destination.

I’ve been there

Thinking of the feelings that arise with anxiety takes me back to working in a busy corporate environment. Arriving at the train station at 5:30 a.m. every morning full of dread for what the day would bring. Thankfully a course in clinical hypnosis & psychotherapy led me to a path that would change my life forever.

Before I had even finished the course and qualified as a hypnotherapist, people were asking if I could help them fix their problems. Help them lose weight, stop smoking, break habits. I soon had a therapy room in The City of London, closely followed by a room in Harley Street. I was working 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. in a busy investment bank and then racing to my therapy room to see clients. Something had to change.

What happened

In 2009 I decided to win the rat race by leaving my employer and setting up as a full time, self-employed hypnotherapist. More recently I have published a hypnobirthing book. Furthered my studies and therapeutic capabilities with a masters degree (MSc) in Consciousness, Spirituality and Transpersonal Psychology and taught many other hypnotherapists some of my techniques. In 2011 after the birth of my first daughter I chose to focus on my practice in Farnham, Surrey alongside day workshops around the country.

Juliet Hollingsworth
WHO AM I REALLY?

Early experiences

I grew up, surrounded by image conscious people focused mostly on academic achievement and not emotional health, and this led my early life.


Today, every day, I express gratitude for the influence of the elders in my family. My Great Aunt was a yogi, my maternal Nan, a planet conscious vegan plus mind and body health activist, and my paternal Nan had a psychology bookshelf far more advanced than mine. Their teachings were always there, embedded within my soul. I knew within a few years of graduating from university with a degree in financial economics that work in the corporate world wasn’t for me. Thankfully, within the workspace, I made friends with similar interests and enjoyed a different lifestyle outside of work, whilst I retrained as a hypnotherapist.

Now!

I am a massive foodie and avid exerciser. I commit to exercising six times a week, and split that between gym classes, running and swimming. I have run three London Marathons and walked one Moonwalk marathon. I prioritise my sleep and am a morning person. I love to party, but sometimes turn things down if they’ll interfere too much with this.

I am open minded. Rather than believing in something, I’d rather open my mind to the possibility of anything. I appreciate ancient traditions and enjoy exploring the ways of our ancestors. I love thinking outside the box and frequently put myself into the alternative arena.

I value friendship immensely and try my hardest to be a reliable person to those around me. I don’t take myself too seriously, but am serious when necessary. My favourite conversations are those that get deep and meaningful. My friend once told me I’m like a puppy, because I get so excited about the things I plan.

My two daughters (born in 2011 and 2014) originally went to a Krishnamurti school. We spent the best part of five years at the beautiful Brockwood Park in Bramdean. The only Krihnamurti centre in Europe. Although – in alignment with Krishnamurti’s philosophies – I do not consider him my guru, his teachings align with me.

Today, both children are home educated. They attend various groups throughout the week that align with my values, including community and nature. We spend a lot of our time in wellies, stomping in puddles and mud. We are lucky that the people we choose to surround ourselves with are non-judgemental, accepting, kind, strong people with high morals and integrity. My partner Matt and I have been together since 2005. We spend most of our free time as a family, but we haven’t found a need to marry yet.

I value the natural world. I try to keep my consumption low and commit to reducing the plastic in my life. I feel better when I eat a diet focused on unprocessed whole foods and traceable, unmedicated, meat. I commit to buying meat from a farm that prioritises the welfare of their animals, and dairy from calf at foot dairies.

Professionally

I am a massive advocate for the rights of children and find it difficult to see a child that doesn’t feel heard. It’s something I always consider when I work with a child or an adult who was once a child. I try to respect others and remember that every person is a person, regardless of their age or status. I am a big researcher and read every day. The books and research I read form the basis of my work. The knowledge I accrue guides me, so my work feels intuitive.

Qualifications
QUALIFICATIONS

Qualifications:

Member of the:

Qualifications
PUBLIC SPEAKING

2021 Hypno Summit – Hypnobirthing for the Hypnotherapist

2022 UK Hypnosis Convention – Why Hypnosis isn’t the Therapy.

2022 Hypno Summit – Sleep Disorders: When Hypnosis Alone Doesn’t Do the Trick

2023 DANISH NGH HYPNOTHERAPISTS – Congress 2023

2023 UK Hypnosis Convention – The Initial Consultation