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Colleague Wellbeing

Using a simplified explanation of the brain, I can help your teams understand why we suffer with mental health conditions such as anxiety, stress, Insomnia and depression and what we can do about it. Educating and sharing vital tools and tips to empower your employees, helping them understand how they can be happy, confident, and motivated not only in their professional lives but also in their personal lives. 

Average number of sessions: 8 - 12.

Sue Wimpenny presenting at a Colleague Well Being session at the University of Huddersfield

If you wish to book an initial consultation at a time to suit you and receive answers to any questions you may have, click on the link above.  Alternatively fill out the Enquiry Form and I can give you a call back to discuss this in more detail

Educational & Research
Using a simplified explanation of the brain, I can help your teams understand why we suffer with mental health conditions such as anxiety, stress, Insomnia and depression and what we can do about it. Educating and sharing vital tools and tips to empower your employees, helping them understand how they can be happy, confident, and motivated not only in their professional lives but also in their personal lives.
Using the tools gifted to each employee, I discuss research to support thinking in a positive way, being active in a positive way and interacting in a positive way.
The information provided is designed to educate your employees so that they take away knowledge that can be implemented in their day to day lives. It enables them to make small changes to the way they approach difficulties in their personal and professional lives.


Fun & Interactive
Visual demonstration to show how our mind doesn’t know the difference between imagination and reality. I show how powerful the mind is and how our thoughts can create physical reactions and responses in the body.
Although the subject matter is of a very serious nature, the session is designed to be light humoured while remaining sensitive and mindful of any individuals who may be suffering with mental health conditions.


Deep relaxation
Using voice induction, I take your employees on a 30 minute deep relaxation, sharing a visual journey that includes positive language, affirmations and much more. In this time, your employees will have time for positive reflection and relaxation, leaving them feeling refreshed and motivated.


Additional Information & Fee
Each session is approximately two hours long and includes time to answer any questions. It is recommended that a maximum of 10 persons per session attend to allow time for questions and individual advice and support if needed.
I provide each employee with a gift bag full of helpful tools to encourage positive thoughts, a calm mindset and restful sleep.
A deep relaxation download is available to each employee – this aids restful and productive sleep by encouraging the mind to relax.
A discount worth £60 towards Hypnotherapy sessions is provided to each employee that attends.
Fee is £250 per session (max 10 employees).

A specific condition, generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) is a long-term condition causing anxiety about a wide range of situations and issues, rather than 1 specific focus.  

People with GAD feel anxious most days & struggle to remember the last time they felt relaxed.  One anxious thought may be resolved only to have another replace it.

With Solution Focused Hypnotherapy I will provide support, knowledge & tools to help manage & alleviate anxiety symptoms, being overwhelmed as well as relief for other anxiety related issues like trichotillomania (pulling out hair), bruxism (teeth grinding) etc.

By using a combination of psychotherapy techniques and trance I facilitate the process of recovery.  We talk about the neuroscience & I explain how the brain works, why & how anxiety is created and what we can do about.  My clients find the solutions they need to as we work together & they find their way to being who they want to be; thinking more clearly & rationally

The Symptoms of Anxiety

Psychological​

  • feeling tense or nervous

  • intrusive traumatic memories

  • worrying about the past or future

  • fear of the worst happening

  • feeling tearful

  • not being able to sleep

  • difficulty concentrating

  • being unable to relax

  • obsessive thoughts

Physical 

  • faster, irregular or more noticeable heartbeat

  • feeling lightheaded and dizzy

  • headaches

  • chest pains

  • loss of appetite

  • sweating

  • breathlessness

  • feeling hot

  • shaking

Changes in Behaviour​

  • compulsive behaviour, constantly checking

  • avoiding places, situations that create anxiety

  • not being able to enjoy your leisure time

  • struggling to form/maintain                      relationships

  • worried about trying new things

  • difficulty looking after yourself

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