Hypnotherapy Sydney, Dr Tracie O’Keefe, DCH, BHSc, ND

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Welcome to Hypnotherapy Sydney and much more!

When choosing a hypnotherapy Sydney practitioner, you need to know that they are well trained and qualified. I am a qualified and registered clinical hypnotherapist (ASOCHA, AHA), psychotherapist, counsellor, registered mental health professional (PACFA) and trainer, working from a naturopathic perspective in Sydney, Australia.

For more than 20 years I have helped over 20,000 people empower themselves, achieve their goals and create positive change in their lives – fast.

I trained at a post-graduate level with the National School of Hypnosis and Advanced Psychotherapy in London, UK (UKCP-recognised school).

My degree and doctorate were earned at the American Institute of Hypnotherapy in the USA and issued in co-ordination with the Bureau for Private Post-Secondary and Vocational Education in California (School no. 3004761). I also studied at the Open University (UK) and Derby University (UK).

I have been a family and couples therapist, a sex therapist and addictions therapist for many years and taught therapy to undergraduates and teach Master Classes for post-graduate therapists.

I have presented at the World Hypnotherapy Conference (AHA), twice at the World Sexology Conference and am widely published and quoted in media.

I am also a qualified naturopath and medical herbalist, who trained in nutritional medicine with the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences (DET Federally recognised). I hold a Bachelor of Health Sciences Degree in Complementary Medicine from Charles Sturt University.

I have spent much of my career in advanced study and devising clinical processes and procedures as well as being an active practitioner who can be found working with people in my clinic day after day.

Between 2001 to 2009 I was the editorial director for Hypnosis Australia Online Journal for professional hypnotherapists.

Before coming to Australia, I practised for many years at the London Medical Centre, Harley Street in the UK. I was a member of professional associations in the UK and am internationally recognised for my work which has been reviewed on four continents.

I believe and teach that you are much more resourceful then you may have previously thought you are and in my clinic I help you find your strengths and use your knowledge and skills and to add to them to take you to where you want to go in life.

It is not that you cannot do something but that you can learn how to do what it is you need to do, go where you want to go and become what you want to become.

At some times in our life we all need help because we are all human.

I am here to help you move forward either to get back control of your life again or raise your goals to a new level. I believe life and therapy need to be fully rewarding. So take the step of picking up the telephone and contacting us.

My services include hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, counselling, sex therapy, past life therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, marriage and relationship counselling, family therapy, drug and alcohol counselling, life coaching and business coaching.

I am the director of the Australian Health & Education Centre in Glebe.

Give us a call on (02) 9571 4333 if you are interested in hypnotherapy in Sydney, psychotherapy or counselling so that we can discuss your requirements.

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    131-145 Glebe Point Road
    Glebe NSW 2037
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