Darren Roscoe FBSCH
At my hypnosis practice I can help you enhance performance, eliminate unwanted behaviors and help you program positive habits.
I can help you override unwanted thoughts and feelings while helping you reach your desired goal, leveraging the power of your unconscious mind.
Trained by the London College of Clinical Hypnosis to PDCHyp level, I’ve been in practice as a registered hypnotherapist since 2003 and a fellow of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
I’ve gained valuable experience helping clients overcome phobias, anxiety, and stress, then later in my hypnosis career during and following the 2012 Olympic games helping improve performance in various sports.
Having lectured and tutored for the London College of Clinical hypnosis in partnership with the University of West London MSC in Hypnotherapy for 6 years, I have decided to now focus on the success of my private hypnotherapy practice in central London where I am passionate about delivering effective solution-focused hypnotherapy incorporating the latest research-driven approaches and techniques to help my clients achieve fast and long-lasting results.
Your unconscious mind contains everything outside your immediate conscious awareness. It controls your automatic bodily systems and functions, stress response, metabolism and much more. Your unconscious also runs your automatic behaviors, coping mechanisms, and habits, as well as your past learning’s, memories and latent abilities.
Hypnosis can be described as a mindful mental state of focused attention that we might inadvertently experience when doing a mundane activity such as driving, gardening, exercising or even walking. Our unconscious mind takes over the activity at hand, while our conscious awareness drifts into thinking on a given thought, idea, memory or plan. In this natural trance state, we are at our most relaxed, productive and inspired.
Hypnotherapy is an effective strategy that I can deliver in order to help you to be guided into a productive state of mind to achieve your desired goal or objective, to retrain automatic reactions and habits or override unwanted thoughts and feelings.