Hope Level TherapyBringing Counselling, Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy to You
Hope Level Therapy is a County Durham based Counselling and Psycho-Hypnotherapy practice, owned by Rachel May, working from Bishop Auckland. Rachel is a relationship therapist but can also deal with other issues including smoking cessation, weight loss, agoraphobia and other problems. Rachel has full and total control over her website and emails so if you contact her or place a booking, you can be assured that this is in total confidence.
The practice maintains the total confidentiality of its clients and the procedures used focus on the safety of the client at all times. Rachel has a practice room based at the Wear Valley Women’s Aid Refuge in Bishop Auckland and also works on-line through Skype or FaceTime and makes home visits within the Weardale area. She has a Diploma in Integrative Counselling recognised by the BACP and a Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapeutic Hypnotherapy recognised by the GHR and is a member of the Hypnotherapy Association and the the General Hypnotherapy Register.
The practice is run by Rachel May BSc(hons) Dip Int Couns DHyp/Psyc GHR(Reg.) GQHP. Rachel left University in 1994 with a degree in Advanced Biology and a growing thirst for knowledge of the human mind. Rachel worked in a cell biology laboratory for a number of years before developing a career in sales and marketing and working her way up to being a national sales manager before starting her own sales and marketing business. However, her passion for the secret abilities of the human mind eventually drove her to qualify as an Integrative Counsellor and an Integrative Psycho-Hypnotherapist and she has been practicing since 2007.
Rachel May has recently published her first self help book on the subject of people pleasing and saying no. People pleasing is Rachel’s specialist subject and links closely with her work with the victims of domestic abuse although the book is for anyone who has difficulty in asserting their own wants and needs.
Hope Level Therapy is an integrative practice and Rachel Squires uses a range of techniques including Counselling, Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) and Regression work so that a wide range of issues can be addressed, using the most appropriate and effective mode of therapy. Therapy is open to anyone, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, culture or religion.