Who I am

nchlogoOdete Daniel

I am a certified Cognitive Hypnotherapist, NLP Practitioner and EFT Practitioner. I am also a certified Psychodynamic Counsellor and a Wellbeing coach. I trained at the Quest Institute and have registered with the National Council for Hypnotherapy and follow their guidelines.
Providing the best quality of service and support to any person under my care is of the utmost importance to me. The wellbeing of the patient is crucial: the focus is on what the issue is that is making you feel stuck in your journey. I work by listening and gaining understanding of what the issue is or how you the patient perceive what the problem is – how you would like things to be and how you would like to feel about things – by creating a confidential, trusting environment where you feel safe to disclose your innermost feelings.

I offer experience in cognitive hypnotherapy, with a background in psychodynamic counseling and wellbeing coaching. I also offer a holistic approach to those interested. I enjoy supporting individuals to achieve the change they are looking for by providing tools that can assist you to move to where you want to be, assisting as you move forward on your journey, so you can make the choices you want from life, helping you to gain exactly what you want from life. That’s not to say life doesn’t still have its difficulties. It doesn’t of course, but you will be able cope with them without letting them get on top of you.

It is common in our human experience that we all reach a point in our lives where we would like some change. We can all get locked into beliefs or emotional patterns that no longer serve our present life. We react or overreact to situations that are linked to past trauma or events that are no longer relevant yet are still active in our present memories. We may feel unable to change despite our efforts. Cognitive hypnotherapy approaches the subconscious area of the mind, separate from the conscious mind. This is the area of the mind which is capable of making decisions and producing its own behaviour. This is where all problem patterns are stored and maintained. In cognitive hypnotherapy we believe that, because the unconscious mind seeks to protect us by keeping us away from situations that have brought about an unpleasant experience in the past, when a similar situation occurs, what happens is that we’re emotionally hijacked by our unconscious mind, resulting in behaviour we can’t control or explain.  Now let’s talk about you.

This short video gives a good introduction to what I do.