My Story


From the spotlight to the soul: My hypnotherapy journey

During my 20s and 30s, I was chasing an acting dream that took me to Los Angeles, where I got my MFA in Acting for Film. I made a movie that won 36 international awards, and I was nominated for best supporting actor at a film festival in Utah.I lived selfishly and put acting before everything else except maybe martial arts.


The Turning Point: From Triumph to Trial

Just when things were starting to take off, I had a severe neck injury that left me dealing with intense pain and ultimately led to neck fusion surgery. This was combined with two slipped discs in the lower back. This was a life-changing event, and believe me when I tell you that it was a tough time. The intensity of my emotions felt like a dense fog that enveloped my entire being, making it nearly impossible to see a way forward. I had to change because anxiety was all I knew.


My Breakthrough

I was lucky enough to find hypnosis, which reduced my pain and got me off the pills. It also helped update my software so that I could conquer my anxiety. I decided that I needed a job that I could do, no matter what was going on with me physically. So, I started training to become a psycotherapist at WPF. I soon realised that hypnosis was my preferred tool for psychological change, so I went in that direction. I gravitate towards Milton Erickson's way of thinking.


Where I am Today

Today I have three diplomas from three different hypnotherapy schools. I am registered with the General Hypnotherapy Register, and I regularly see clients online and in person. I have become a stepfather to three boys, have a daughter, and have a family.My purpose has always been to have an impact and do good in the world, and I feel like everything that happened was for a reason. My reason is to help you with your struggles and get you to where you want to go.

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