Debbie  O'Neill BSc (hons) Psych,PG Cert (Clin Hyp),BSCH (Afill.) Debbie O'Neill BSc (hons) Psych,PG Cert (Clin Hyp),BSCH (Afill.)

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Debbie O'Neill BSc (hons) Psych,PG Cert (Clin Hyp),BSCH (Afill.)
34 Meadowdown Close
Hempstead, Gillingham
Kent
ME7 3SU
Kent
United Kingdom



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 www.dohypnosiskent.co.uk (External Link)

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 @Dohypnosis1 (External Link)

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About Debbie

I am a fully qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist offering hypnosis in Kent for a range of issues. Conveniently situated just off junction 4 of the M2,I use a variety of psychotherapeutic and hypnotherapy techniques to gain results including Cognitive Behavioural hypnotherapy (CBH).

I also completed a Bachelor of Science with honours degree in Psychology, and then went on to complete both the CPPD and the Post graduate certificate in Clinical Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy at The University of West London.

This is the only training institution that offers Post graduate University qualifications in Clinical Hypnotherapy in the UK.

Practising Since: 2015



Professional Body Memberships
  • BSCH
  • CNHC


Training & Qualifications

I completed a Bachelor of Science with honours degree in Psychology.

I then went on to complete both the CPPD and the Post graduate certificate in Clinical Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy at The University of West London.

I am also a fully licensed practitioner of the Hypno-band. Only fully qualified hypnotherapists can offer this form of weight loss.


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