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Tara EconomakisCounselling ~ Face to Face :: Hypnotherapy :: Pain Control :: Psychotherapy
I am an Advanced Ericksonian Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist, practicing (for 10 years) in Hungerford (Berkshire), Newbury (Berkshire), Basingstoke (Wiltshire) and Ramsbury (Wiltshire). I also teach ante-natal HypnoBirthing Classes and see couples with Fertility issues. Any of my couples can then continue and learn about The Happiest Baby Program, to assist their baby to access the "calming reflex" and enjoy those first 3 months of their lives. This part of my work, from conception to birth and beyond, is so rewarding and exciting, for both myself and the parents.
In addition I see patients on GP and consultants' referral at a private hospital and the local surgery. I also work at a Natural Health Centre and from my own office.I assist my patients to ascertain where they want to be, and then enable them to arrive there. This could cover anything from becoming a non-smoker to dealing with anxiety issues, phobias, habits, IBS, insomnia, low self-esteem, panic attacks etc. I also see children for concerns like bed-wetting, selective eating, school problems.
I offer an initail half-hour consultation free of charge and obligation. Hypnosis is not something strange or paranormal and yet it works in wondrous ways.
I have been trained by the National School of Hypnossi and Psychotherapy to Advanced Standard, and am a member in good standing of The Central Register of Hypnotherapist and the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists (the most prestigious organisation for complementary practices in the UK) I also hold The Eurpopean Certificate of Psychotherapy.
I am an accredited HypnoBirthing Practitioner and Fertility Therapist, and a Happiest Baby Educator.(USA trained) I also am a Performance Coach and Bereavement Counsellor (ex CRUSE)
Articles by Tara Economakis
Half of all new babies cry and fuss for more than two hours a day. Their prolonged wails often trigger exhaustion, breastfeeding failure, marital stress, maternal depression, and even child abuse...
In this article on parenting, Tara Economakis introduces a programme that uses a series of simple techniques to address many of the difficulties that new parents experience.