Claire Gaskin | Essex | LondonTherapy | Hypnotherapy | BWRT
Professional Hypnotherapy and BWRT
Professional therapist Claire Gaskin will help you to become the best version of you, so you can live your best life. She uses a range of therapies and techniques, as well as tailored programmes for more complex matters.
Claire is fast-gaining a reputation as a leader in the field of BrainWorking Recursive Therapy (BWRT), a powerful new psychotherapy based on recent developments in neuroscience, which gets amazing results. Often, one session is all you will need – Claire will advise you at your free consultation.
Discover how BWRT can help with:
Self-Esteem and Confidence
Fears and Phobias
Fear of Death and Dying
Miscellaneous (including abuse, grief, guilt, PTSD and IBS).
“In my new book I have chosen thirty-two real-life cases which I hope you will find interesting and that show just how versatile this powerful therapy is.
Every client’s personal experience is unique and it is always a great joy and an immense privilege to help someone overcome their problems so they can move on and live their best life.” Claire Gaskin, May 2018
Don’t Take our Word for it.
The results are amazing!
“This therapy is fantastic for any childhood traumas, phobias, any addiction, and so much more”…Read More
Therapy for Anxiety and PTSD
Going to see Claire after being involved in a fatal car accident was the best thing I could have done…..Read More
Hypnotherapy and BWRT Case Summaries
The case summaries section shows just some of the many cases Claire has helped with, at her practices in Harley Street, London and Southend-on-Sea, in Essex.
A selection of real-life success stories using BWRT.
Claire Gaskin featured in ‘Yours’ magazine, resolving panic attacks and phobia of heights in a single session. Click the photo to read the article:
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Therapy for Panic Attacks
Kristina, from Southend in Essex, is a talented musician and fundraising manager, who works for the national mental health charity, MIND.
Her ‘stage fright’ was so bad that she gave up performing because of the panic attacks she experienced before going on stage.