Our Next Meeting

Thursday 18th May 2017

Hypnosis plus:

The value of a
combined approach

A case study presented
by Philip Smith BSc

The use of imagery as a hypnotherapeutic tool for cancer patients has beeb employed and significantly developed for many years.

Mostly it has been used as a palliative care to complement and support patients preparing for or undergoing chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery

Clinical trials of hypnotherapy have shown it to be of help when dealing with many of the most commons symptoms of cancer treatment such as nausea, tiredness and pain.

Patients are then usually trained in a simple method of self-hypnosis which helps them to deal with a range of problems.

But of course techniques are constantly been extended as will be demonstrated by the speaker at our May meeting, Philip Smith.

Philip Smith

Philip Smith

Philip is of course a long-time member of the James Braid Society and has been our guest speaker on a previous occasion.

For some time he has used his expertise in nutrition to equip clients with a comprehensive and individualised regime to help them while undergoing cancer care and achieved some excellent effects.

The meeting will takes place at the  at “The Carpenters Arms”, 12 Seymour Place,  W1H 7NE – just off Edgware Road & close to Marble Arch tube station.  Meetings start at 7.15pm

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