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Why 'Positive Energy Partnership'?

What is Mindscaping…

Mindscaping is a powerful light hypnotic technique connecting with the deepest levels of our powerful subconscious through creating metaphorical worlds based on our presenting issues.

In a Mindscaping session your therapist will guide you through questioning and visualisation techniques to communicate with your deeper conscious in a dream-like language that both you your unconscious and conscious self can understand.

Mindscaping is an enjoyable therapeutic approach with works with both the conscious and unconscious minds leading to a greater opportunity for lasting change.

Often more effective than simply thinking a way out of your issue, Mindscaping unlocks the opportunity for your subconscious to resolve the problem in a way that suits you and your mind.

Based on earlier thought-leaders in the field of hypnosis and psychotherapy and refined as Mindscaping by world-renowned hypnotherapist Mike Mandel, Mindscaping is on the cutting edge of new thinking in psychotherapy.

*Mindscaping is an ideal therapy in person or perfect for online users as it can be easily and effectively carried out over Skype.

Mindscaping /Skyping session is - 1 hour £50



If you have lived with symptoms for any amount of time, you will no doubt have made a number of changes in your life to help you manage. I can show you and your family ways to build on these, and support you as you recover and improve your abilities and health as far as possible. 

I also have experience with people who are living with conditions that will not improve, and many techniques help support symptoms towards end of life.

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​My interventions often focus on:

  • Ways to manage symptoms (physical and emotional) without additional medicines,

  • Assessing your environment, to consider practical ideas and solutions to meet your needs,

  • Identifying and supporting you to return and to participate in meaningful and valued activities.


Managing Symptoms

I use a range of research-based interventions.

Breathlessness: is not purely related to bodily changes and how we breathe. The way we think and the way we perform various activities can also affect breathing. Techniques include breathing techniques, positioning, managing your energy levels, and other coping strategies (eg, to reduce fear or stress of living with breathlessness).

Fatigue / low energy levels: I look at how fatigue impacts on what you do and what you would like to do. I will provide information and suggest strategies in order to best utilise your energy. This includes (but is not limited to) ideas for prioritising tasks, pacing activities, building rest breaks into your day. I will also consider adapting activities, and possibly ideas for equipment or changing your environment in order to reduce the amount of energy you needed to complete a task.


Memory, and difficulty thinking or concentrating: These are common, and can occur during and after illness, and sometimes as result of treatments. I will look at how symptoms such as concentration, and memory affect your day-to-day life, and suggest a range of practical ideas, techniques and equipment to support you and your family/carers.

Pain: Pain may be due to physical damage, and also poor posture, reduced activity, muscle tension and stress. Many treatments (including hypnosis) successfully reduce and manage pain. I also will consider positioning, pressure care equipment, and ways to manage muscle tension.


Stress and anxiety, and low mood: are natural reactions to difficult situations.  They can cause overwhelming thoughts and considerable physical symptoms, affecting heart, breathing, digestion; and can have considerable effects on your daily activities.  These affect most people in some way, and other people may have difficulty understanding how these reactions can take on a life of their own. There are many practical and complementary therapy techniques which are extremely effective for addressing stress, anxiety and low mood, and addressing these can often help improve other symptoms.

Sleep: Difficulties may include problems falling asleep or staying asleep. I will examine your sleep routine to identify factors to improve your sleep. This can include education about good sleep behaviours, changes to your sleep environment and introducing new routines. Often stress and anxiety play a part in sleep disturbance, and complementary therapies can be extremely helpful.

My Philosophy

Symptoms resulting from health conditions, medications or treatments can restrict your everyday activities and even stop you doing the things you want to do.

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