What is EFT?

EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) is a psycho-body therapy within the scope of energy psychology.
This practice consists of tapping, with your fingertips, on various points of the primary vascular system which are located on the face, trunk and hands while focusing on a problem that you want to solve or by verbalising your thoughts. and feelings that can affect your experience and impact the quality of your daily life.
Tapping induces a semi-meditative state and facilitates access to our thoughts, beliefs and emotions and thus promotes introspective work, enhancement or evolution of our emotional reality.
Recognising, identifying and deciding how to welcome your emotions allows you to see their influence on your life, whether it is personal difficulties, persistent pain or illness.

What is Hypnosis?

Therapeutic hypnosis reproduces the state of consciousness we naturally experience when daydreaming, listening to music, or even walking in a forest. It is simply a state of consciousness more open to changes, to novelty, to alternative options and to suggestions. Practising hypnosis with a practitioner allows to quickly induce this state in order to serve the goal seeked by the client (this could include relaxation, addressing a specific need, or personal development).
Ericksonian hypnosis draws upon theories, concepts, and techniques from psychoanalysis and uses stories, metaphors, anecdotes, invitations to new behaviour more adapted to the desired outcome for each individual client.

What is NLP?

Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) focuses on a person's behaviour based on their perceptions and interpretations of reality. This discipline is primarily interested in ‘How to make it work’ rather than ‘Why doesn't it work?’ and the aim is to reprogram the brain to help address difficulties and anxieties.
NLP involves a variety of communication techniques, the careful use of language and the person’s senses to encourage transformation or achievement of goals. NLP is often used to help people develop their full potential.

What is EMDR?

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a psychotherapy treatment that was originally designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories.
It uses bilateral stimulations (taping on each sides of the body alternatively, using buzzers in both hands or via visual stimulation) combined with talk therapy in a specific and structured format to facilitate the accessing and processing of negative images, emotions, beliefs and body sensations associated with a traumatic memories and other adverse life experience that seem to be stuck to bring these to an adaptive resolution.

Nowadays, the extend of EMDR goes beyond trauma, it can also help with difficulty after a break up, jealousy, phobias, weight management and eating disorders, bereavement or even performance anxiety

What does it help with?

Supporting children with :
- work on academic difficulties (lack of confidence in their abilities, learning affected by anxiety, management of anxieties linked to learning disabilities)
- emotional preparation prior to passing exams, entrance exams, the colleagues' certificate or the baccalaureate
- work on self-esteem and the penalizing manifestations of a lack of self-confidence
- managing emotions

Supporting teens with :
- managing emotions
- support in questions, doubts and fears that emerge during this period
- stress management
- work on self-esteem

Supporting women with :
- family / professional stress management
- introspective work
- new expatriate support
- work on the body image
- managing emotions
- work on self-esteem


Morgane Le Cleuyou

Morgane Lecleuyou - Therapist

Speaks French & English

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I’m a therapist practicing in London since 2018, I help you find and strengthen the resources you already hold within yourself to empower you towards achieving your goals.

My therapeutic practice relies on an innovative approach integrating EFT, NLP, Ericksonian hypnosis, hypno-CBT & EMDR. These tools can be used as stand-alone approaches or combined, be it during a session or all through our work together, this adaptability allows me to offer you a truly personalised and targeted support.

I work with children, adolescents and women. My work is deeply rooted in empathy, respect and benevolence in order to create the environment most conducive to the growth of each and every person who decides work with me

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