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Research Officer : Sarah Mortimer

As Research Officer, I am responsible for helping members develop their awareness and understanding of hypnosis research. I help to disseminate research to our members, highlight recent important studies and answer member questions on this topic. Hypnosis research is being carried out across the world all the time, yet many hypnotherapists are not aware of it and so they are unable to use it to inform their practice. Therapists need to be aware of up to date information so that they can adapt their approach in line of new research if required. Not only is it hugely beneficial to hypnotherapists but also the hypnotherapy profession as a whole, when we all have an awareness of the recent research available within the field. The UKHC enables this by providing our members with full access to the International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis, one of the leading peer-reviewed hypnosis journals. 

I run a hypnotherapy practice in Bristol where I specialise in working with anxiety, phobias and sleep-related issues. I am also a classroom assistant on the Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma run by Anglo-European College of Therapeutic Hypnosis.

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