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Is this typical of you?

You’re tense just waiting for something to go wrong, you’re thinking about how overwhelmed you are and you’ve no idea how you’re going to cope. Your anxiety levels are rising, your heart’s racing, you’re tense, even nauseous, and you feel like you just can’t cope.

Maybe for you its negative thoughts and feelings that go round and round in your head and keep you awake at night or disrupt your focus in the day.

Or physical symptoms like palpitations, sweating palms, stomach problems, headaches, tense muscles. It can be exhausting physically, emotionally and mentally, overwhelming and frightening.


Maybe this is a daily occurrence for you.  If so, you’re not alone.  According to the Mental Health Foundation’s 2014 report 22% of women report feeling anxiety ‘most of the time’

I can help with this by teaching you new ways of viewing your anxiety, giving you coping strategies and changing your perception of it.

How do you know if you are suffering anxiety?

Anxiety can show up in various disguises and here are just some of them:


Do you spend a lot of time imagining disasters in the future, fearing you’re are not going to cope? Maybe you pick over past failures, going over and over what you did wrong, what you could have done better or differently.

Or you think endlessly about things that are clearly out of your control, that you can do nothing about, but you worry about them anyway?

To your subconscious, worrying has a purpose – if you’re worrying about something then surely, your subconscious is saying, it means you’ll be prepared for anything that can happen.  But the tragic thing is that most of the time the very thing you’ve been worrying about doesn’t happen or it happens differently, so you’re not prepared anyway.

You can’t prepare for everything, life is too uncertain, so worrying is a real waste of energy.

Comfort eating

This makes a lot of sense when you think of it, doesn’t it, because the feeling of hunger is very like the feeling of anxiety – a gnawing feeling in the pit of your stomach or feeling a bit spacey and lightheaded? And after you’ve eaten you feel temporarily calmer, it slows you down slightly.

But it’s not a good fix, is it, because you feel self-loathing because you’ve eaten that box of doughnuts or giant packet of crisps.









Binge Drinking

Do you drink too much to overcome anxiety, especially social anxiety? Alcohol turns off the anxious feeling for some people so you can see why you’d use this.

Social anxiety means you can’t face going out, or the opposite, can’t face being on your own, without a couple of drinks to damp down the anxiety. But this just feeds your anxiety the next day when the embarrassment and drinker’s remorse kicks in, never mind the hangover.

And because too much booze lowers your blood sugar you might find you wake early with a horrible feeling of dread, fear and worry which just makes you more anxious!






You may have developed a phobia such as a fear of flying, spiders, snakes, lifts, escalators, confined spaces or open spaces because of anxiety. It isn’t often well known that phobias can have their root in anxiety, and they can be surprisingly easy to overcome.













Testimonial from Clients that I have worked with


Hazel provides powerful, get gentle, change techniques to help you manage life’s challenges in and out of work. Having grappled with intermittent anxiety which affected me in situations in the workplace but would not have been evident from my confident outer self, Hazel helped me find techniques to tame this. 

They help me in any challenging situation – even coming into play in a high pressure job interview to get me a dream job and help me thrive in it. 

I am happier, healthier and more effective to my colleagues

Anonymous (RL London)

Comfort eating

I sought Hazel’s help … to lose weight. During the time she worked with me she always had faith in me and this gradually allowed me to hope “the impossible” …… that I would one day be relaxed and lose my anxiety around food. Working with Hazel has let me address my underlying anxiety.At the risk of sounding dramatic, she really has been one of the most influential people in my life in the past few years.

This is the first summer in many years that I’m not dreading wearing thinner, more figure-hugging summer clothes. And it’s all down to Hazel.

Sarah, Surrey.

Binge Drinking

Before I started working with Hazel, I felt helpless and defeated. I was heavily drinking alcohol every day without fail, and the amount was increasing. This was obviously negatively affecting all parts of my life: my work, my relationships and my self-esteem. I felt ashamed of my behaviour. I couldn’t think of any way out of my situation. 

I felt like a lost cause. I am therefore infinitely grateful that a friend recommended Hazel to me. Hazel quickly made me feel comfortable, normal, hopeful. And our work began…

Over the course of 3 months, Hazel introduced me to numerous techniques to help deal with cravings. She also recorded personalised, bespoke audios which I found to be incredibly effective when experiencing the urge to drink alcohol. I started to feel more in control, and now choose when and when not to drink alcohol. 


I was becoming increasingly affected by vertigo, especially on chair lifts when skiing, but also climbing quite low step ladders and even on chairs to change a bulb. In only two sessions of cognitive hypnotherapy, Hazel helped me completely change how I feel about heights and allowed me to analyse exactly how I felt in certain situations.  She then prepared a 10 minute personalised recording for me to listen to each day – which I did for about 10 days before going on a skiing holiday at Christmas. Result – not one feeling of vertigo – even on the famous Peak to Peak gondola in Whistler and I have been able to climb ladders and walk around a building site on scaffolding without even thinking of the height. I can thoroughly recommend Hazel to anyone who has something similar – it really does seem to have helped me.

Danny via LinkedIn.

It doesn’t have to be like this

I can help you overcome the things that are crippling you and ruining your life. Book a free consultation now to discuss how I can help you with your anxiety.

There’ll always be problems you need to overcome, things that make you wobble. But you can get better at coping so that you can get over them and get on with your life.

It’s possible for anyone to change old, unhelpful ways of being, to live their best lives and go forward into the future with confidence and courage.

I know because I did it.

I have a unique way of working just waiting for you to make the changes you want to make, to get the life you really want to live.  Don’t waste any more time, get in touch now.

And you can do it too. It’s possible.

Just imagine for a moment how different, how amazing your life could be if you were in control of your anxiety.

So do it now, and begin to live the life you are meant to.

Get In Touch


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