Chris Pearson | HYPNOTHERAPY    

Clinical Hypnotherapy and Neuropsychotherapy

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Providing therapy around the world

Working online

using VSee and Zoom

You can find out more about my practice at Consilient Therapy using this link.

Chris Pearson | HYPNOTHERAPY

Chris has been providing therapy over a number of years, following a Counselling Skills course completed in 2003.

Since 2008 he has included hypnotherapy in his approach to helping individuals with their personal challenges. In 2017 Chris was awarded Clinical Neuropsychotherapist Practitioner certification, followed by a post-graduate qualification in neuropsychotherapy in Queensland, Australia.

In that time he has provided help for many of those seeking positive change in their lives.

Chris works within a therapeutic community which includes practitioners located in UK and Europe, USA, Africa and Australia.

Working online allows us to help wherever you may be

Chris says: "My practice is based in Consilient Therapy in Pontefract, West Yorkshire. I provide therapy remotely, all around the world using VSee and Zoom. I'm an eclectic practitioner with an internationally-recognised qualification in hypnotherapy and a post-graduate degree in applied neuroscience and neuropsychotherapy."

"I work with individuals and groups as a therapist. I also deliver training at introductory, intermediate and advanced levels, and provide clinical supervision for practicing health-care professionals."

Chris Pearson is an Anxiety UK Approved Therapist providing therapeutic support to the charity's members and partner beneficiaries.

"I have a special interest in the condition misophonia." Chris was a board member of Misophonia Institute for more than ten years. He has presented to Misophonia Association conventions in USA several times, also attending the Misophonia Research Symposium in California in 2018. He has spoken on the condition at conferences of both International Association for Clinical Neuropsychotherapy (IACN) in Brisbane, Australia and later International Association for Applied Neuroscience (IAAN) in both Melbourne and Sydney.

"I continue to develop specialist therapeutic techniques for the treatment of misophonia. This treatment is known as Sequent Repatterning, a therapeutic framework developed specifically to benefit those having misophonia."

What is neuropsychotherapy?

Neuropsychotherapy is a word describing a multidisciplinary, brain-based approach to personal therapy.

It combines knowledge of the psychology and the neuroscience that together underpin our thoughts and behaviours. It is firmly rooted in recent academic research. Neuropsychotherapy - often referred to as NPT - is an approach to wellness that focuses on the mind and thinking, on the body and the world around us, including our interactions with others.

It is a brain-based approach to achieving positive, personal change.

It is founded in the brain's ability to change - adapting to our environment and our experiences.

Until the 1990s the term neuroplasticity wasn't in common usage: the work of researcher Joseph LeDoux demonstrated for the first time that established emotional, behavioural memories are not permanent fixtures once they are established in the brain. This discovery opened the door to genuine, enduring beneficial change. But, even though NPT seems to be a recent concept, it is definitely not the new kid on the block.

Although its development over the last 25 years has been dramatic, it has been a feature of meaningful therapy for many years. Indeed, Sigmund Freud began his professional career researching neuroscience, before he migrated into clinical psychology.