Fiona Nicolson is an award winning Cognitive Hypnotherapist with specialist experience of working with anxiety, trauma, PTSD, lack of self-belief and sexual health issues.
There is a powerful connection between the mind and body and our mental state can impact hugely on our health and wellbeing. Physical issues such as pelvic pain, vulvodynia, prostatitis and many other urological and pelvic problems can be greatly exacerbated by emotional stress, anxiety and the pressure we either put on ourselves or feel from others. In fact most physical conditions are further impacted by our mental state and what we believe about ourselves.
Fiona’s tailored approach uses a range of proven techniques to clearly identify and respond to the actual root causes of anxiety, trauma and negative beliefs. She also works with clients to help them manage and change their perception of pelvic and related pain. This change in perception can help clients to free themselves from the cycle of pain which in turn can make a hugely positive impact on their mental state, current lives and their vision for the future.
Fiona has featured on BBC Radio and writes for The Hypnotherapy Journal, one of the widest read hypnotherapy publications in the UK. She is a published author on the topics of anxiety and trauma, is co-publisher of the Hypnotherapy Handbook and is a Senior Associate of The Royal Society of Medicine.