The Havering Therapy Centre Alternative Therapists
Jasmin Hodges - Complimentary Therapist
Jasmin is a caring client centred therapist who has helped hundreds of people resolve their problems and achieve their goals.  Jasmin likes to work in a relaxed and friendly way and prides herself on being very approachable.
Jasmin is a member of The Complementary Therapists Association and a Member of the Association for Professional Hypnosis and Psychotherapy The National Register of Psychotherapists and Counsellors and The Terence Watts BWRT Institute, all of whom have strict professional codes of conduct and high standards.  She is fully covered by professional indemnity insurance and is bound by a strict code of ethics, so you can be assured of complete confidentiality and that she will have your best interests in mind.
Jasmin qualified as a reflexologist in 1998 at The British School of Reflexology and was very fortunate to be trained by Ann Gillanders who is the principal of the school.
She received a diploma with merit for Reflexology and the study of anatomy and physiology and then went on to study Indian Head Massage and Chakra Balancing and received a diploma in 2002.

Jasmin qualified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist with Psychotherapy and a Hypnoanalyst (advanced) in 2005.  She trained at the Essex Institute of Clinical Hypnosis with Terence Watts, where she gained her diplomas.
Jasmin has a diploma in the treatment of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) Critical Incident Debriefing and Trauma Resolution. Advanced techniques in Hypnotherapy and Hypnoanalysis.

Jasmin is also registered for the ‘Hypnoband’ Weight Loss system whereby a state of mind is created where you will believe you have had a gastric band fitted.  So you can eat smaller portions and feel full. 
Jasmin qualified in BWRT® in 2013, of which she is a Founder Member and her tutor was Terence Watts.
Katie Nash - Cognitive Hypnotherapist
It’s always a privilege to watch a client empower themself and make changes to their life. Be that, taking a flight after years of being paralysed by fear, making a presentation at work when previously they’ve left jobs when this became a requirement, or discovering a new way to respond to emotional triggers, enabling them to vastly improve their relationships with those around them.

Why me?

I’m not only a practitioner, but a client. Cognitive Hypnotherapy helped me changed my life. It allowed me to make lasting change and live a life I love. I am so passionate about what I do because I’ve experienced the benefits myself.

How I work

I take the time to get to know you so that your experience is tailored entirely to you. I offer an initial 20-minute free consultation to see if I’m the right therapist for you. This is followed by a 90-minute history take during which I get to know more about you and your story. We then work together to take from you where you are in life to where you want to be. This journey looks different for everyone, but I’ll be there to guide you through it every step of the way.
What is Cognitive Hypnotherapy?

Cognitive Hypnotherapy It is a short term, solution focused talking therapy. It has its origins in hypnotherapy but utilises a range of evidence of based techniques from different therapeutic disciplines (including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), positive psychology and Gestalt). It seeks to work out how your unconscious mind is playing a part in the creation of your issue. It is a modern approach to therapy which, by uncovering and challenging, often life-long, subconscious beliefs and programming, equips you with the knowledge and tools you need to enable you to make lasting change.

What can it help with?

Confidence and self-esteem issues
Imposter syndrome
Managing stress
Phobias and fears
Public speaking
Sports performance
Weight loss
Workplace performance