A UK-based Rapid Transformation Therapist is offering monthly online hypnotherapy sessions free of charge to help people cope with and overcome the stress and anxiety associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
Daniel Shearly, a certified Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) practitioner, Life Coach, Clinical Hypnotherapist and a registered Fellow of the ACCPH (Accredited Counsellors, Coaches, Psychotherapists and Hypnotherapists) has been offering the free-of-charge sessions since the start of the first lockdown, in March last year, and has helped 2,000 clients across the world in that time.
Daniel’s monthly sessions take the form of group sessions hosted on Eventbrite (the next event is scheduled for 31st January at 8pm, and is available for sign-up here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/135511954905).
“I am passionate about helping as many people as possible, particularly at this time of extreme difficulty and uncertainty. Knowing that budgets are tight for many of us at the moment, and the toll that this pandemic is taking on our mental health as a nation, making my hypnotherapy sessions free of charge is just a small way that I hope to make a real difference in people’s lives.” – Daniel Shearly
Rapid Transformation Therapy is an award-winning therapy combining the most beneficial principles of hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, NLP, CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), and neuroscience. It goes beyond hypnotherapy training to offer a complete solution-based approach that has been shown to achieve fast and lasting results for those suffering with stress, anxiety, phobias, and depression.
About Daniel Shearly
Daniel always had a passion for helping others, and for many years he has helped his clients break through the obstacles that seem to be holding them back in life. Prior to this he had a successful career in business where he sat on several boards as well as starting a number of his own companies, a number of which are award winning.
Daniel is also a keen lover of sports, and has competed at an international level in Powerlifting where he won Gold medals at a European and British level. He has also spent many years volunteering for mental health charity Mind.