Claire Knight

D. Hyp (Distinction) MBSCH


Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy


Helping you to ‘change your mind’



Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis as a means of communicating with the subconscious mind to bring about therapeutic change.

The ethical hypnotherapist will be a professionally trained hypnotist and therapist who acts as a facilitator, to help clients to help themselves.

As in any therapeutic relationship, for hypnotherapy to be effective and beneficial a combination of trust and rapport must be present.

About 85% of the population are believed to be susceptible to hypnosis (if they want to be) and actually only a light depth of trance is needed for many therapeutic purposes. Hypnotherapy can help with:

• Stop Smoking

• Weight Control

• Fears and Phobias

• Habits

• Anxiety/Panic Attacks

• Confidence

• Better Sleep

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 Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT)

There is no other therapy in the world that is the same as BWRT®. Certified BWRT® Practitioners receive thorough training in this modern methodology and are completely conversant with the techniques needed to work effectively with a great number of human problems and difficulties, including:

• Weight management

• Habits

• Relationship problems

• Stress and Anxiety

• Personal Confidence

• Social Phobia

• Fears and Phobias

• Generalised Anxiety Disorder (G.A.D.)

• PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

• Depression

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Claire Knight is a full member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis. She trained as a clinical hypnotherapist at the London College of Clinical Hypnosis and gained her diploma with distinction in 2001.

Claire runs her busy practice from Tavistock, a thriving market town located in west Devon and within easy reach of Plymouth, Launceston, Callington and Okehampton.

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All treatments used are based on research and/or success in clinical practice.  As a complementary therapist, not an alternative one, I recognise the importance of working side-by-side with medical practitioners and in certain circumstances (e.g. where there is also a medical condition) will need to request permission to contact your GP prior to providing any treatment.