Frequently Asked Questions

Sue has been offering specialist therapy for children for the past 18 years.   Over that time their needs and issues have changed massively.  In 2005 it was mainly bedwetting and anger issues.  Today it’s anxiety, panic attacks, depression, phobias, unwanted thoughts, and unhelpful or damaging habits Kids between 7 and 15 years make up 25% […]

To find out more about how Sue can help you, just call, text, email or message and she can answer your questions.  If you’d like to you can then arrange a convenient appointment for a Free Screening Session, where you can have a chat about the problems you’re having, or those of your child. Click […]

Yes, you can bring a friend or relative to your free screening session, however they can’t attend your actual therapy sessions as you may not feel so free to speak with someone else in the room.

Don’t worry, your symptoms and problems will have been covered in previous clients’ therapy, probably many times. Often the symptom/fear/phobia is unusual, whereas the underlying cause is usually far more commonplace. Sue is totally unshockable and will put you at ease.  Everything discussed on the telephone and at the clinic is kept in complete confidence […]

Sue Rayner is an accredited and advanced member of the International Association of Evidence Based Psychotherapy, whose code of conduct ensures absolute confidentiality for clients. This confidentiality may only be breached in potentially life-threatening situations. In addition, Lutterworth Health is registered for data protection with The Department for Trade & Industry. AND because Sue is […]

Yes, provided they are willing to participate and excluding those who are severely mentally incapacitated, or are under the influence of drink or drugs. Hypnosis is neither dangerous nor can you get “stuck” in it.  Sue will explain what you can expect before you start the session. Clients will often say they’ve been hypnotised previously […]

Hypnotherapy No, you are in control at all times and you can bring yourself out of hypnosis at any time you choose.  Hypnosis cannot be used to control someone’s thoughts or actions. Should someone ask you to do something which you do not wish to do, or which is against your own moral standards, you […]

Yes. They should be qualified and a member of a respected therapy organisation, to ensure a professional service and an ethical code of conduct. Experience counts for a lot in therapy.  Like all professions, the better therapists will have been practising for many years.  They will also have regular training to keep up to date […]

Your response to all therapy is very individual, however, experience and intensive training allow Sue to personalise the therapy for each client to maximise positive results. The most critical aspect influencing the success of therapy is the relationship between the client and the therapist. A good, experienced therapist will offer a Free Screening Session, so […]

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