Sleep problems are often linked to stress and anxiety, or to habits of behaviour that have developed over time. The key to changing sleep patterns is dealing with the cause of any anxiety or stress and relaxing the body and the mind more effectively.
We understand that sleep problems can also be related to unavoidable circumstances, perhaps an intense period at work, ever charging shift patterns or frequent foreign travel. Or you may find it difficult to get back to sleep after you’ve been required to get up in the night (perhaps to attend to your baby or young child).
Whatever the circumstances and issues around your sleep problems, our therapists will support you to achieve good sleep. We will support you to reduce stress and anxiety, resolve unconscious issues and learn the techniques of self-hypnosis, relaxation and other self-help tools. We will work with you to establish the most effective way of improving your sleep patterns so that you can live life to the full.