DAVID BELLAMY. FRANCE 2017.

Through pride we are ever deceiving ourselves. But deep down below the surface of the average conscience a still, small voice says to us, something is out of tune.  Carl Jung
 

Loneliness, isolation, depression. Chronic addiction to alcohol, prescription medications, illegal drugs. Gambling. Self-harming, abusive relationships. Unable to find employment, or maintain an existing positionSuicidal thoughts, paranoia. As a pattern, homelessness frequently follows, leading to a vicious cycle of despair.

There comes a time in many people's lives when things spiral out of their control, and life seems to be a continuously downward path. Charities, Social Services and the NHS are over-stretched, or in the wrong area, or perhaps just inaccessible, beyond reach. Government benefits have been whittled away to the extent that real hardship now exists amongst the poorest, most disenfranchised section of our society. The numbers of people needing help is growing and our modern lifestyle makes ever-increasing demands on our mental health and wellbeing. Psychological difficulties run across the spectrum of class, race or religion. Rich or poor, one in three people will experience breakdown, will need counselling. Abandonment and eviction can often result, as symptoms worsen.

Yet there is help to be had. As a registered Member of the Association of Hypnotherapists, trained in Advanced Ericksonian Hypnotherapy, David Bellamy is dedicated to bringing relief to anyone suffering from debilitating psychological problems. He is also a Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), used alongside other progressive treatments. Working on a one-to-one basis, either at his practice and/or online, he will discuss a personalised programme of treatment in total assured privacy.

Contact him through this website or on his Facebook page, David Bellamy Hypnotherapy. Skype counselling is now a primary resource, after a short questionnaire is completed, and has proved to be an excellent way to take the first important steps towards recovery. 

In addition, David Bellamy and fellow therapist Simon Maryan have created a dedicated online personal therapy and treatment site solely for veterans of the British Uniformed Services, to be found at www.icarusonline.net. As ex-soldiers themselves they are uniquely qualified to aid in the recovery of the complex problems arising from combat stress and other traumatic disorders. For further details please go to the CONTACT page.