Sleep Disorder therapists in Cardiff, Wales Wales, United Kingdom GB

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Kirkliston, Scotland therapist: Jayne LESLEY Allen, hypnotherapist
Sleep Disorder

Jayne LESLEY Allen

Hypnotherapist, MIBWRT,MNCH,GQHP, Brainworking Recursive Therapist, NLP Practioner, Mindfulness Teacher, Coach
We all need a good night sleep, but unfortunately for a lot of people bed time is a time of anxiety, boredom and stress. Do you find it difficult to get to sleep in the first place? or do you wake up through the night finding it difficult to get back to sleep.? Whichever you suffer from, insomnia can be extremely debilitating, leaving you feeling tired, anxious and emotionally unstable, impairing your ability to react creatively and appropriately to everyday situations, affecting your relationships, your business and your physical health. Insomnia may be caused by a variety of factors.. You may be suffering psychological problems such as stress, anxiety and depression. You may be suffering physical problems such as pain, or any number of medical conditions. You may be overusing stimulants such as caffeine. Our bodies have the natural ability to allow us to sleep naturally and well - but occasionally we need a little help operating properly. Being The Best You Can combines Hypnotherapy, BWRT and NLP to help all kinds of sleep problems and disorders. The symptoms of insomnia are treated in a holistic manner, helping you to deal with the root cause of the problem but to provide you with effective strategies for sleep and relaxation.  
14 Years Experience
Online in Cardiff, Wales
Chamonix, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes therapist: Sara Aicart-Pendlebury, art therapist
Sleep Disorder

Sara Aicart-Pendlebury

Art Therapist, Human Givens Practitioner (HG.Dip.P), Member of Human Givens Institute, IFS therapist Levels 1&2, Narm Practitioner
Research shows that depressed people dream much more than non-depressed people, distorting the balance between recuperative slow-wave sleep and energy-burning dream sleep. Clearly, because they spend so much time worrying and imagining, they have far higher amounts of unexpressed arousal to discharge. With so much energy spent on all the excessive dreaming they have to do, they wake up exhausted and lacking in motivation. It is necessary for people in depression to be helped to challenge their negative thoughts, imagine more realistic outcomes and futures and to find ways to put meaning and purpose back into their lives. This could be through exercise, team sports, doing something for other people, learning a new skill, calling up old friends, and so on. Very often, people who are depressed start to withdraw from their usual routines, stopping going out or phoning or seeing friends, and this makes them dwell on their misery even more. It is essential, therefore, that they are helped to start meeting their emotional needs again, in healthy and satisfying ways. If the depression is due to post-traumatic stress, it is also necessary to stop the traumatic memory from continuing to interfere with life in the present. The rewind technique, a simple, non-invasive method of detraumatisation that all human givens practitioners learn, can achieve this quickly. Dwelling on and digging up the past is dangerous. Neuropsychological research has shown that this has a physical effect on the brain, strengthening the neuronal connections with misery and negative thinking. We get better at piano or football with practice and, unfortunately, we get better at depression with practice too! So, it really is important to think to the future instead – to learn to shift unhelpful thinking patterns, take back control, find ways to bring meaning and purpose back into life and to look forward with hope.  
15 Years Experience
Online in Cardiff, Wales
Lancing, England therapist: Jerry Ramsden, counselor/therapist
Sleep Disorder

Jerry Ramsden

Counsellor/Therapist, (Dip.Couns)
Experienced and knowledgeable in working with insomnia.  
20 Years Experience
Online in Cardiff, Wales
London, England  therapist: Dr Ian Anderson, psychologist
Sleep Disorder

Dr Ian Anderson

Psychologist, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (HCPC registered), PhD, MSc, MSc, MSc, MA (Econ), BA (Econ) Hons
Sleep disorders are usually (but not always) a secondary symptom of other problems. My approach is to conduct a thorough assessment of the underlying cause and provide treatment accordingly.  
44 Years Experience
Online in Cardiff, Wales
London, England  therapist: Wellbeing Centre London, registered psychotherapist
Sleep Disorder

Wellbeing Centre London

Registered Psychotherapist, Psychotherapy, Counselling, Psychology, CBT, EMDR and Therapy, Coaching
We provide effective Sleep Disorder counselling and therapy.  
14 Years Experience
Online in Cardiff, Wales