trained with the National College and has been in practice since 1999. He has also been a teacher of adults (history, Philosophy, Literacy and Numeracy) in Further and Higher education for more than 25 years. He is thus familiar with people’s thoughts processes and the ways in which, over time, experience, beliefs and ideas can affect behaviour and understanding.
As a therapist Mark starts from a position that every relationship between client and therapist is unique and that different psychological methods will suit different people. He uses hypnosis, where appropriate, as part of the exclusive treatment strategy negotiated and agreed with the client.