1 Castle Road
The Chiros Clinic
3 Church Close
Mobile: 079500 24364
Chiros Clinic: 3 Church Close –
By foot from the Upper High Street: Continue up the hill through pedestrian precinct, turn right at “The Pramery” into Newbury Street. Church Close is the first left turn. The clinic is the cream coloured Georgian building beyond St Mary’s surgery and the church hall (Harris Hall). It’s the last building on the left before you reach Bracher Close. The Iron Age Museum is opposite.
From surrounding areas: Follow brown tourist signs for “Iron Age Museum” which is also in Church Close.
As you pass the museum, turn left into Bracher Close where there are some one hour parking slots. At the end of this line of off-street parking is the entrance to the clinic yard where there may also be a couple of parking slots. These days parking is limited and you may need to use the surface car park at George Yard behind Marks and Spencer (go past the right turn into Church Close and immediately turn left to get to this car park).
Southampton: 1 Castle Road, Bitterne Park –
From M27 Junction 7 (Hedge End) (travelling West): Turn left off the motorway and up the link road. Follow signs for West End at the roundabout, taking the last exit, onto the A27. Take the third turn on the left (West End Road), signed to Bitterne. Turn right at the roundabout (“The Big Cheese” pub) into Mousehole Lane. Turn first right into Witts Hill then turn left after the shops and Tesco Express (was the Castle pub) into Midanbury Lane. Then turn first right into Castle Road and it is the first house on the left.
From M27 Junction 5 (Airport): Follow signs for Swaythling. At fifth set of traffic lights turn left into Woodmill Lane. Follow this road across the river then turn fourth right at the very top of the hill by Tesco Express into Midanbury Lane. Then turn first right into Castle Road and it is the first house on the left.
From Bitterne: Follow signs to West End into West End Road. Take first exit (Mousehole Lane) at first roundabout (“The Big Cheese” pub). Turn first right into Witts Hill then turn left after the shops and Tesco Express (was the Castle pub) into Midanbury Lane. Then turn first right into Castle Road and it is the first house on the left.
From the City Centre via Northam Bridge: Travelling towards Portsmouth on the A3024, cross Northam Bridge then fifth left, at traffic lights, into Bullar Road. Turn left at T-junction then first right and immediately right again into Thorold Road (up the hill). Turn left at crossroads at the top of the hill into Midanbury Lane then second left into Castle Road and it is the first house on the left.
In Southampton, please park outside and ring only at your given appointment time, to do so before could disturb a therapy session in progress.
Bookings can be made by telephone or by e-mail. You are welcome to ring me on 079500 24364. For reception at the Chiros Clinic ring (01264) 324924 – but it’s usually much better to speak directly to me. If I’m with a client, don’t worry, you won’t disturb us but please leave a message on my answerphone. If you want me to ring you back it’s useful to say when you will be available. Consultations are strictly by appointment and I regret that casual callers cannot be seen. A minimum of 24 hours notice must be given of a cancellation or the full session fee may be payable – and it does make a big difference to me to have at least 24 hours notice.
Normally your first session will be a free introductory consultation. This is so that I can answer any questions you may have about the therapy and to ensure that the therapy is right for you.
(for slimming, nail biting, pre-test nerves etc)
I usually do one or, sometimes, two sessions. A “booster” session may be recommended after an interval.
– £75 per session (approximately one and a half hours).
Analytical Therapy and Beliefs Work
(For most other problems.) This is a totally private and individual therapy. Everybody is different, but as a guide beliefs work is most often done as a five or six session course, mostly at fortnightly intervals. Analytical Therapy for deep seated issues usually needs more time – but you’re aiming to get profound and lasting change in about ten ’50 minute hour’ sessions held at weekly intervals.
– £70 per session.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Yes, I take your privacy and our confidentiality very seriously and always have. Please see my current Privacy Statement here.
What is hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a state of mind that is induced by focusing on ideas and suggestions. Hypnosis allows a therapist to work with your unconscious mind so that it can support your conscious aims.
Are there some people you cannot hypnotise?
No. Anyone who can follow simple instructions can be hypnotised.
Are drugs or tablets used?
What does hypnosis feel like?
That varies from person to person and even from session to session. Most people report feeling very relaxed and lethargic but focused. They are aware of everything that happens during the session.
What are the dangers of hypnosis?
Hypnosis is not dangerous. Hypnosis is a natural state of mind, rather like a daydream, which everybody experiences every day. As you go to sleep and as you wake up you experience a hypnotic state and you can see people in hypnosis in every day life, we say “they are in a world of their own”. Your mind creates the hypnotic state and accepts or rejects any suggestion made by the therapist – at all times your mind is in control. There are so many misconceptions about hypnosis that any specific worries you may have are best addressed at an introductory consultation.
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