Mind Coaching, Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy in Wells, Glastonbury, Street & surrounding areas



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Welcome

Imagine a world where you can just choose to be happy. Imagine that when problems arise, you just smile and keep cool instead of resorting to anger, anxiety or depression. Imagine waking up in the morning after an amazing nights sleep and choosing to have a wonderful day.

All these things are possible with Solution Focused Hypnotherapy.

What is Solution Focused Hypnotherapy?

Solution Focused Hypnotherapy is a combination of the most effective parts of Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). 

With Solution Focused Hypnotherapy we work towards what you want to achieve and not on the problems from the past. We believe that whatever has happened is in the past, you have survived it and now it is time to move on. This means that  we can overcome problems without even having to talk about those traumatic events.

Meet Meirion Stenner

You can always find me around the Somerset area and I love when people stop me to say hello.

How did I get here?

I started studying hypnotherapy in 2010 after receiving treatment to help me give up smoking. I was smoking over 20 cigarettes a day and was worried about my health. I was amazed how effective the treatment was and I am extremely proud to say that I am still a non-smoker. 

World record breaker
In 2014 I was picked to race for 'Artemis-Team Endeavour' in the 'Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race'. I was immensely proud and wanted to show up with the best version of myself. I knew that hypnosis could be used to enhance performance and get an edge over the competition so I decided to see a hypnotherapist for a second time. The results did not disappoint. We completed the race in 5 days, 14 hours and 16 seconds beating the previous world record by more than 19 hours.


Clifton Practice
Seeing people improve their lives with hypnotherapy gave me such an overwhelming feeling of pride and satisfaction that in 2016 I decided that I should leave my career in the Royal Navy and give my life to helping people. I enrolled at the Clifton Practice in Bristol, the leading hypnotherapy clinic in the country and earned my diploma in Solution Focused Hypnotherapy whilst studying for a degree in psychology.

There are many challenges that we can overcome together...

- Lack of sleep

- Anxiety

- Depression

- Stress

- Panic Attacks

- Phobias

- Habits

- Pain Control

- Lack of Confidence

- Low Self-Esteem

- Weight Control

- Sports Performance

It All Starts With The Initial Consultation...

So what happens?

The initial consultation is a perfect opportunity to meet me and decide if you would like my help. It will last between 30-60 minutes.

We just sit and have a chat so I can get some information and work out what is causing you to feel the way that you do. I will then give you an explanation on why you are feeling that way and what we can do to overcome it.

You will leave with a recording that helps with relaxation. 

No hypnosis is performed at the initial consultation.

It is up to you if you would like to book another appointment but this does not have to be decided on this day.

The initial consultation is completely free of charge so you do not need to bring any money with you.

Is Solution Focused Hypnotherapy Expensive?

Solution Focused Hypnotherapy is very effective from the word go and here at The Meirion Stenner Practice we work fast. You will need less sessions than with other therapies which will save you money but more importantly we will get you back to your usual self, feeling amazing and unlocking your true potential in no time at all.

Here at The Meirion Stenner Practice we also love freebies so your initial consultation is completely FREE of charge. Here you will also get a FREE recording that will help you become more relaxed, reduce your stress, induce sleep, make you happy and help get you back in control. 

How much will it cost?

Initial consultation: Free of charge

Subsequent appointments (1 hour) £60

Home visits for hypnosis and hypnotherapy are possible at no extra charge. 

Here's What Some Of Our Customers Said...

"When my grandson told me that he was going to be getting married in Greece I was horrified. I was  petrified of flying ever since I was a little girl. I didn't know how my fear started. However this wasn't a problem for Meirion. After a few meetings with him, I was excited about the wedding and didn't feel nervous at all on the flight there and back. I had the time of my life and so glad that I went. I would have regretted it forever if I hadn't had gone. Thank you Meirion"

DB, Taunton
"The best decision that I have ever made was see Meirion. I was having terrible problems sleeping. Everyday I felt exhausted. I tried everything. I then started suffering with panic attacks.  I was scared because I didn't know when they would happen and I knew my health was getting worse by the day. I had an initial consultation with Meirion and he explained why I was going through what I was going through. He gave me a recording to listen to and I went back the following week like a new person. Highly recommend him. I truly believe that he changed my life."

BT, Bridgwater
"After a traumatic experience, my life got turned onto it's head. I lost everything. I wouldn't leave my house and stayed indoors for almost 3 years. It has been just over 6 months since I first met Meirion and I feel better than I ever have. I am now in a relationship, I am in full time employment and am planning my first holiday abroad."

MM, Warminster

Tips To Improve Your Quality Of Life

Importance of sleep
Sleep makes you live longer. It enhances your memory and makes you more creative. It makes you look more attractive. It keeps you slim and lowers food cravings. It protects you from cancer and dementia. It wards off colds and the flu. It lowers your risk of heart attacks, strokes and diabetes. It makes you feel happier, lowers depression and lowers anxiety.

Stick to a sleep schedule. People have a hard time adjusting to sleep patterns because we are creatures of habit. The more consistent you are with a sleep routine then the faster your body recognises that it is time to relax and prepare for sleep. Setting an alarm for bedtime can help remind you it is time for sleep.  

Keep your bedroom cool. Your brain needs to drop in temperature in order to induce sleep. Warming your hands and feet (believe it or not, I do mean warming) will help to tease the blood away from your core and then radiates the heat away from your body. Taking a hot bath has the same effect. The warm water makes your blood rush to the surface so that when you get out of the bath you have a thermal dump of heat and you fall asleep easier.

Have the right sunlight exposure. Daylight is extremely important for regulating daily sleep patterns. Try to get outside in natural sunlight for at least 30 minutes each day. If possible wake up with the sun or use very bright lights in the morning and start turning the lights down in your home as the evening gets later. 

Don't lie in bed awake. If you find yourself awake for more than 20 minutes and you are starting to get anxious or worried then get up and do a relaxing activity until you feel sleepy. Such as reading a book on the sofa under a dim light but avoid mobile phones, computers, tablets and television.

Listen to a relaxation recording that induces trance. You get a FREE trance recording when you come for a FREE initial consultation at the Meirion Stenner Practice. 

A good way to bring on relaxation is while you are lying in bed, focus on different parts of your body in turn and imagine the muscles stretching out and loosening. Start at the top of your head and work your way down to your toes.

Anxiety & Depression
Anxiety and depression can make us feel that we are not in control of our lives. Making a decision can be so difficult and we can get so worried that what we are about to do is going to go badly.

Just consider that anything worth doing is worth doing badly the first time. This mindset works so well because it makes decisions feel so much less important and takes away that pressure. If we aim for perfection then we end up doing nothing or we end up waiting for the perfect time and that time doesn't always come. This is because the standards that we are setting for ourselves are too high and this increases our anxiety. We then delay starting or we decide not to start at all. So try "doing it badly" and don't worry about how it is going to turn out. Tasks will become easier to begin and you will find that you are completing tasks quicker than ever before. You will also discover that you wasn't doing it that badly after all. 

Forgive yourself. Don't focus on what you are doing wrong. If you had a friend that kept on pointing out all the things that you are doing wrong then you would want to get rid of them. Anxiety can cause you to do this to yourself all day long (sometimes without noticing that you are doing it) but give yourself credit for all the positive things that you do throughout your day. And you do do them! You achieve more things than you realise. So forgive yourself for the mistakes you think that you made earlier today. Forgive yourself for the things that you have done in the past. Forgive yourself for anything and everything and this will give you greater compassion towards yourself.

Have a purpose and meaning in life. Research suggests that spending some time with someone else in mind increases our mental health. It is such a great feeling to know that someone else needs us, that someone else depends on our accomplishments or on the love that we have to share. Doing something with someone else in mind can carry you through the toughest times. So try to do one thing to make yourself important in someone else's life. It could be volunteering at an old peoples home, holding a door open for a stranger or just passing this information onto someone you think could benefit from it. 

Don't suffer alone
If you are suffering or know someone that is, there are lots of small things you can do that can make a huge difference.

Just being around someone who is suffering is a great help because when we interact with others, we produce the happy, healthy chemicals in the brain that make us nice, happy, coping, brave little souls. So we need to interact in a positive way, be active in a positive way and think in a positive way because when we do we produce patterns in the brain that give a constant flow of the good chemicals and get us feeling on top of the world.

Try talking. If they are not ready to talk about their challenges then do not force them. Just let them know that you are there for them. Talking goes a long way even if what you are talking about seems trivial. Don't be judgemental or tell them to snap out of it. Just listen with empathy.

Get outside. Exercise is great but depression and anxiety can drain your energy levels and leave you with no motivation. However, going for a stroll can do wonders. Sunlight releases serotonin. Serotonin is a really important chemical that gives us that mentally, healthy behaviour. Also, being in nature can increase energy levels, reduce depression and boost well being.

Do you have at least an hour a week to give up? Then why not volunteer at an animal rescue centre. Interaction with animals lowers the stress hormones. Stroking an animal can also lower your blood pressure.

Make plans. It's such a great feeling to have something to get excited about and to look forward to. It could be tickets to the cinema or to the football, a day window shopping, a walk in the park or a movie marathon.

Remember that it doesn't have to be big to be effective. A small step in the right direction is wonderful and you should take time out to congratulate yourself when you do this. 

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07444 072347

Wand Road, Wells, BA5 1WD, UK