Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy
(Please note - Kathy is away 3-22nd Aug '21, and unavailable for appointments)
I'm Kathy (pronouns: she/her). I help highly sensitive people, those with anxiety and minority stress, as well as autistic and neurodivergent individuals, make positive life changes using techniques including Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy.
I am a neurodiversity-affirming therapist, and am passionate about equality, diversity and inclusion for under-represented groups. I am also a gender diversity-affirming therapist.
My field of interest is Hypno-CBT®. If you’re looking for hypnosis for anxiety, or to find out more about hypnosis techniques, you’ve come to the right place!
I am also a polyvagal-aware therapist, meaning my work is informed by the polyvagal theory of the autonomic nervous system. Read more on polyvagal theory HERE.
Read all of our blogs about Hypno-CBT® and neurodivergence here.
Interested to know the basics? Read 'What is CBT, cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy and Hypno-CBT®?.'
Online therapy or 'iTherapy' has similar outcomes to face-to-face therapy. Read about the benefits of online hypnotherapy here.
Hypnotherapy in Kent
Tele-health Hypno-CBT® sessions via web-cam and also in-person at Maidstone Community Support Centre (hypnotherapy in Maidstone, Kent).
We also provide focussed attention, self-hypnosis and mindfulness exercises, and informative blogs and podcasts on using Hypno-CBT® to make positive life changes.
My CBH model is especially suited to highly sensitive (HSP) and neurodivergent individuals - I have #actuallyautistic knowledge.
Read our blog on CBT modalities and autism here.
Hypno-CBT® with Arrive Therapy ®
About our cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy service
Hypno-CBT® combines Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) with hypnosis, to give you the tools to manage and overcome daily challenges, e.g. feelings of anxiety. Proprietor Kathy Carter uses cognitive behavioural principles, among others, to help individuals bring about positive change to many areas of their lives. There are lots of hypnotherapy techniques available! We offer tele-health (webcam) and face-to-face appointments.
Hypnotherapy in Kent
Arrive Therapy® is open for business. Give us a call, or drop us an email to enquire. (Additionally, we offer focussed attention / meditation downloads & self-care articles to help anxiety-prone, highly sensitive and neurodivergent individuals gain understanding, and develop mindfulness and empowerment).
Kathy's special areas of interest in terms of Hypno-CBT® therapy & hypnosis techniques are debilitating anxiety, and issues affecting neurodivergent people. (Specifically, individuals that are autistic, or have ADHD.
Kathy is neurodivergent herself, and is author of the book 'Autism from A to Z').
She's also keenly interested in mindset coaching, narcissistic trauma recovery, pain, and issues affecting highly sensitive people (HSPs). Kathy is a gender diversity-affirming therapist (pronouns she/her.)
Call 01732 330070 - email: email@example.com
Our 1-2-1 Hypno-CBT® and coaching sessions are available via web-cam, and also in person in
Kent, UK. (At the Maidstone Community Support Centre.) Kathy is also available for relevant media and editorial projects.
Hypno-CBT® consultations - webcam (tele-health) and in-person
Our web-cam sessions are tailored to each client. We use Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy techniques to help clients bring about positive changes to their lives. Cost is £65.
Our face-to-face sessions (at Maidstone Community Support Centre) cost £75. (Both 50 mins)
As a polyvagal-affirming therapist, Kathy utilises knowledge of the autonomic nervous system to help clients' regulation.
Read more on polyvagal theory HERE.
In due course, we will bring you details of courses on this subject! Please sign up to receive newsletters in
the future (via our Contact page).
What clients say...
"I was previously nervous of motorway driving; Kathy is helping me gain understanding of where my triggers and phobias / anxieties started.”
"After the first session to help with procrastination and imposter syndrome, I found myself busily working on my business materials and feeling excited about what was to come."