Therapist East Sussex ~ 1066 Therapy ~ helping anxiety, fears and many other problems
covering East Sussex, Battle, Hastings, Bexhill, Rye, Heathfield, Hailsham, Eastbourne, Brighton, Crowborough, Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge, Ashford and Kent.
Hello, my name is Beaula Page and I am a private therapist East Sussex; I practise psychotherapy, hypnotherapy and cognitive therapy. I work from my practice near Battle and I also offer Skype sessions in some circumstances.
I am a fully qualified and certified ‘PICT’ practitioner: PICT is short for Parks Inner Child Therapy. The PICT training is only undertaken by experienced therapists. For more info on PICT please click here or click the PPF logo on this page.
I have completed Level Two Lifespan Integration (LI) Therapy training and I am currently working towards Accreditation. Please click here to view my entry on the LI site.
I am an Accredited Member of the National Council of Psychotherapists.
In April 2015 at the 30th Annual Conference of the International Association of Evidence Based Psychotherapists I was very proud to be awarded Fellowship of the organisation. As part of my training here, I hold an Advanced Diploma in Hypnotherapy, Hypnoanalysis and Psychotherapy from the Hypnotherapy Control Board (HCB). The IAEBP (formerly known as the IAPH) was established in 1985 and is one of the largest independent organisations of therapists in the world. All members are bound by a strict Code of Practice and Ethics and carry comprehensive insurance. I am also fully DBS checked.
I have also completed accredited Level One EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing) training with EMDR Extra. EMDR is one of only two NICE approved methods of treating trauma.
I have also trained in Cognitive Therapy & Positive Psychology. The course I trained in was originally known as Changing Limiting Beliefs and then was re-named The Thrive Programme®. I trained in these courses between the years of 2008 and 2014 although I no longer hold the thrive consultant licence – I opted out of a new licencing agreement in February 2015.
As you can see, I offer several different therapy approaches to help people with their problems, and I use an integrated approach with my clients where I tailor the therapy to fit them and their problems.
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I also offer two different types of therapy using hypnosis/relaxation:
Suggestion Therapy, sometimes referred to as Clinical Hypnosis and
Hypnoanalysis which is a specialised form of hypnotherapy, (broadly, a combination of light hypnosis and psychotherapy)
Suggestion Therapy has limited application but is effective for simple problems such as nail-biting, exam nerves etc.
Hypnoanalysis can help people to uncover the ‘root cause’ of their problems or symptoms and so help them to properly resolve the unconscious causes of anxieties and anxiety-related problems – these causes are often emotions, personal meanings and core beliefs connected to early challenging experiences which have not been properly processed or resolved.
As part of my training with the IAEBP I went through my own course of Hypnoanalysis, and I have since been through the PICT process, and also have experienced EMDR, and Lifespan Integration all as part of my training in the various therapy models, and I will share some of my experiences here in the hope that it will help people on their therapy ‘journey’……
When I started training with the therapy that I now specialise in (PICT), I had previously experienced several other types of therapy in my life before – including EFT, counselling, reiki, and suggestion therapy. Because none of these therapies had properly helped any of my emotional problems, I thought that PICT wouldn’t change anything much either – thankfully I was wrong.
The biggest surprise for me during my own therapy was that some of the experiences causing my problems, were things I had no conscious awareness of; they did not form part of my ‘narrative’ or autobiographical memory pre-therapy – this is caused by ‘dissociation’ which is something we all do when we feel emotionally overwhelmed, especially when we’re young: we mentally dissociate from the experience and it is then stored outside of our awareness. We then can have a struggle to make sense of why we feel the way we do.
Many people have these sorts of dissociated experiences come back into their awareness before they start any sort of therapy – it is one of the reasons they seek therapy. It can be challenging for people to have such experiences return to their awareness, whether outside of or during therapy, but once the emotions and the ‘core’ meanings/beliefs they are carrying (because of the experiences) are processed and resolved, the actual content of the experiences loses its impact, as it did for me.
There are other people who do remember only too well that they have had adverse experiences early in their life before starting any therapy, but remembering doesn’t help them – they still need to properly process and resolve the emotions/personal meanings attached to their experiences in order to be able to move forward in their life.
Because of the challenges I faced during my own therapy, I am in a very good place to understand and empathise when my own clients encounter similar difficulties, and I give everyone the best possible help I can in order to help them achieve their goal of a successful resolution to their problems. Together we form a safe, trusting, confidential, non-judgemental, therapeutic partnership where I work with clients to help them through their therapy process in an environment of complete trust and confidentiality.
I attend regular seminars and training courses, study webinars, and read clinical literature in order to extend and increase my knowledge and understanding of the problems people can have, and to broaden the range of therapy models I offer. The on-going training and invaluable professional support provided, within the organisations and by my personal supervisor, ensures that my skills are right up to date and that I am in a position to help all of my clients to have the best possible chance at achieving their goals of a better life.
Alongside PICT, Lifespan Integration, EMDR, Hypnoanalysis, Cognitive Therapy, Therapist East Sussex also offers:
- Stop Smoking Easily
- The Hypno-Band Weight Loss System™
- Children’s Blowaway sessions
- The Relaxed Eating Programme™
- Forensic Hypnosis
For therapist East Sussex, please browse the site for more information on the therapies I practise, or call me on 07722783490 or 01424 772392 to discuss your requirements and to arrange a free 30 minute initial consultation.