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Specialising in women’s health takes into account psychoneuroimmunology, which explores the way behaviour and emotions influence the nervous and immune systems.  Healing both the mind and body is imperative. The whole patient is attended to, not just a diseased part, but any sexual concerns, insomnia, work problems, family concerns, anxiety, depression, phobias to pre-menstrual syndrome, eating disorders and chronic pain.

Frequently health care workers miss mental illness and emotional disturbances. Mind disorders can have physical consequences, and disorders of the body can lead to emotional disturbance. For example, a female during menopause may become depressed due to experiencing hot flushes; night sweats and becomes deprived of sleep, therefore unable to function at work or daytime activities.  

Women, who work, frequently feel stressed as they try to balance work and family life, especially single mothers.  Finding childcare, concerns about wages, perhaps chances of promotion are reduced because of pregnancy or caring for children, poor relationships with their partner, contribute to the stresses and strains of women’s health. Suppressing anger and impatience, behaviour more frequent in women, may increase the chances of developing hypertension, headaches, obesity and depression.

CBT is used to provide better coping skills and strategies, and teach you to become your own therapist.

Women’s Health

Psychological symptoms include irritability, anxiety, depression, lack of concentration, sleep disturbance and eating problems. Physical symptoms can be fluid retention, headaches, lethargy, nausea, constipation / diarrhoea, backpain and pelvic pain.

Although the cause is not known, it is thought that hormonal changes and neurotransmitters in the brain such as serotonin, dopamine and nor-adrenaline are altered.

A frequent complaint by the female is the loss of control.

CBT techniques for creating a greater degree of control for the female, also by reducing anxiety, addressing depression, significantly assist in providing higher confidence, self-esteem, and more control.


If being overweight is not due to a psychological problem, CBT can greatly assist you to reduce  weight and motivate you to increase your exercise. The forming of a new eating habit is the key to maintaining a target weight and figure more easily.

Eating Disorders


Anorexia Nervosa

CBT is used with anorexia. The biggest problem is that the person denies that they have a problem, and so it is unusual for them to seek assistance, until the condition becomes life threatening.

Most people who have this eating disorder have experienced emotional or psychological problems, and are frequently depressed. Cognitive behavioural therapy is used to change eating behaviour, and form new better habits and control of eating, especially after finding and providing good therapy for the underlying problems which created bulimia in the first place.

Sexual dysfunction is difficulty during any part of the sexual act, which includes desire, arousal, orgasm, and satisfaction that prevents the individual or partner from enjoying sexual activity. These Sexual difficulties can begin at any time, but many experience problems developing early on in their life or after previously experienced enjoyable and satisfying sex.


A sexual problem may develop gradually over time, or may occur suddenly as a total or partial inability to participate in one or more areas of the sexual act.


The causes of sexual difficulties can be physical, psychological, or both,  and frequently begin in the early adult years, with the majority of people seeking assistance from a therapist for such conditions during their late twenties and thirties.


The incidence begins to increase again in the older population, typically with gradual onset of symptoms that are associated most commonly with medical gynaecological causes. Sexual dysfunction is more common in people who abuse alcohol, especially binge drinking and illicit drugs, and many other medications such as

anti-hypertensive and anti-depressant medications.

Sexual Dysfunction

Bristol Hypnotherapy Clinic  in residence at the

Greenway Community Practice, Greystoke Ave, Southmead, Bristol BS10 6AF

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