Get to know Hypno-CBT® with Arrive Therapy® 

Are you wondering, "Where can I find hypnotherapy near me?"

About Hypno-CBT® (download pdf)


Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (CBH) aims to help individuals bring about positive change to many areas of their lives. Read our article: 'What is Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy? '

Read our article: 'What issues are Arrive Therapy's cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy ideal for?'

In addition to assisting individuals with issues of anxiety, confidence, assertiveness, self-esteem and personal autonomy, Kathy's special areas of interest in terms of Hypno-CBT® therapy are issues affecting neurodivergent people, and their families. She's proudly a neurodiversity-affirming therapist (and gender diversity-affirming therapist - pronouns she/her); and specifically supports individuals that are autistic - 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, and issues affecting anxiety-prone and highly sensitive people (HSPs).


Kathy's also interested in dialogical cognitive hypnotherapy, or chair work (click)

Whatever your neurology and background, Arrive Therapy® is here to help you thrive emotionally, use your neurological profile to your advantage if you're neurodivergent, and importantly, show you how CBT and Hypno-CBT® practices CAN work for you. The Arrive Therapy® blog details Kathy's interest in subjects like Hypno-CBT® for autistic individuals, PolyVagal theories and neuroplasticity.

In-person Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy (Hypno-CBT®) appointments are at the Maidstone Community Support Centre (Kent, UK). Cost: £75


Tele-health / online hypnotherapy appointments also available. (These platforms are a very workable medium for talking therapies; hypnosis is no exception. Outcomes are similar to face-to-face sessions - see our iTherapy resources section.)
Cost: £65. 
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