What we offer

Angus Ford-Robertson offers Reflective Therapy. Using his skills as a qualified clinical hypnotherapist (registered with the BSCH) and his experience as a Yoga and Meditation teacher, he specializes in working with people who are in experiencing stress, life change and emotional upheaval in their lives.

Angus provides courses for the NHS, as a specialist in Mindfulness - working with patients who experience stress, anxiety and depression.

Reflective Therapy can be invaluable for people who seek help with:
  • Relationships
  • Career changes
  • Emotional trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Work stress
  • Depression
  • Learning to relax
  • Finding direction and purpose in life
Reflective Therapy is particularly recommended for individuals who understand the importance of taking an active role in the therapeutic healing process. Reading material, exercises and courses may be suggested and the individual is encouraged and guided to further their own self-development.

Reflective Therapy is a synthesis of the most effective psychotherapeutic approaches of the West (such as CBT, hypnotherapy, Bio-Energetics), with the meditative and philosophical wisdom of the East.


Hypnotherapy, which is sometimes used in Reflective Therapy, can be very effective for dealing with immediate issues and symptoms such as anxiety and depression, weight problems, compulsive behaviours, phobias, headaches, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), insomnia and skin complaints.

While hypnosis is sometimes used during appointments, it should be understood that it forms only a small part of the therapy offered. Other techniques will be utilised in order to achieve given objectives. These may include; reframing of the problem or situation, techniques for dropping old thinking patterns, learning how to question the validity of thoughts, discovering a spiritual perspective on an issue, making lifestyle changes and learning practical stress-reducing techniques.

Initially, it is suggested that a single appointment is booked so that the presenting issues can be assessed. Thereafter, if the client wishes to engage in the therapeutic process, it is normal to commit to a regular weekly appointment for 6-8 sessions. This allows enough time to initiate positive change and provides a good framework for the therapeutic process.

About Angus
Angus is a graduate of the London College of Clinical Hypnosis and holds a diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy. He is registered with the BSCH, an organisation that governs the code, practice and ethics of its members. Membership of the society is only open to those who have acquired the requisite professional and clinical training.

Angus has taught and continues to lead courses at many diverse Organisations and Corporations across the UK, including; the Home Office, the Department of Education, the American Embassy and HM Prisons. He has led Yoga and Meditation Retreats and Workshops internationally since 2001.