How to find Halcyon Hypnotherapy Bristol:
Halcyon Hypnotherapy is situated on the very beautiful and central harbourside location of Spike Island. A short walk from the City Centre, Southville, Harbourside, Clifton, Hotwells. It has free parking available:
- 32 Weare Court
- Canada Way
- Baltic Wharf
- BS1 6XF
I offer hypnotherapy sessions from the comfort of my own home. This means that the space provided represents me as a therapist. Personally, I don’t feel welcomed by cold clinical settings and have carefully considered this when deciding where to set up my practice. I use a specially dedicated room in the house to see clients from and provide refreshments, cushions, blankets and tissues (if required!) allowing you to just kick back and feel supported during your therapy.
Parking bays marked with a ‘V’ are free to use during your session. They can be found on the right hand side of Mardyke Ferry Road just after you pass McColls convenience store.
Please note street parking is subject to residents parking scheme and require a visitor permit.
To find me walk to the end of Canada Way and through Weare Court car park, turning immediately right after the bin storage. Walk a little way down that path and I am the first door on your right – marked with a business card. If you find yourself a little lost and confused please give me a call and I will happily come and rescue you!
Hypnotherapy in your Workplace
I am available and would love to provide hypnotherapy in your place of work. Typically, I will start by getting in touch with your wellbeing contact. Together we will arrange a series of happiness workshops for groups of up to 25 people. This generates a lot of interest in 1-1 sessions, therefore I arrange to spend a day or half day in a room in your office per week to make it convenient for staff to see me. Sometimes this is paid or subsidised by the company or it can be at the cost of the employee. If this is of interest to you please call or email me today.
Previous and ongoing clients include; The Prince’s Trust, Osborne Clarke, Consumer Intelligence, Perry Croft Primary School and The Stroke Association.