About Tim

Local to Woking, Surrey

I have lived and worked in the Woking area for much of my adult life. I have spent most of my career solving logistical problems related to production management and the control of parts & resources in a high tech manufacturing environment.  In 2020, I fulfilled my ambition to start work as a professional hypnotherapist. My career in industry has helped me to develop resilience, communication skills and problem solving capabilities – I especially enjoy working with others to solve work problems. I am excited about working with others to help them to overcome their personal difficulties.


I have been interested in human potential and personal development for many years and started to study hypnosis and hypnotherapy in 2010. Since then, I have been on a number of workshops and courses, and more significantly have studied and attained three diplomas.

I gained my Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma (HPD) in 2014, studying with Adam Eason at the highly respected Anglo European College of Therapeutic Hypnosis in Bournemouth. The HPD is the gold standard qualification in the UK in this field.

In January 2019, I gained an Advanced Hypnotherapy Diploma in Hypnosis at the Surrey College of Hypnotherapy and  Psychotherapy based in Byfleet.

In December 2020, I gained the Professional Hypnotherapy Diploma at the Jacquin Hypnosis Academy

My ongoing professional development is now incorporating CBT and in July 2021 I gained level 1 certification in TEAM-CBT with the Feeling Good Institute, based in California

I have learned a wide array of traditional and cutting edge therapeutic approaches (many of which are supported by empirical evidence). Hypnosis has a powerful impact on the way that we use our minds and can greatly increase the effectiveness of techniques that are drawn from CBT, Solution focused therapy and positive psychology.

Locally based – but happy to help further afield

Whilst I am keen to serve people in my local community, I would be delighted to offer my services to people from further afield using online video platforms such as Zoom, Skype or similar. Modern technology has effectively made the world a much smaller place and these online platforms have been used successfully in therapy for a number of years