Your Therapist - Harry Cannon
Harry Cannon FNRAH MAPHP (ACC) MIMDHA is a Harley Street specialist, practicing Advanced Hypnotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT), Psychotherapy and Counselling.
Cannon has many years experience helping people who are needlessly
suffering from unnecessary life altering conditions. Harry is able
to discover the problem, find the solution and effectively eliminate
it. He offers an empathetic and non judgmental approach to many
types of problems, disorders, behaviors, fears and
Harry firmly believes that no one should have to suffer these debilitating conditions. He is aware that for many people, their problems often appear unsolvable and their negative habits feel unbreakable. Too often these conditions are endured by people over many months if not years before they contact Harry for help. Harry’s expert knowledge and depth of understanding allows him to provide positive solutions to the negative conditions people feel forced to live with.
Harry‘s clients are shown how to release themselves from the grip of conditions such as depression, stress and anxiety. Harry’s broad experience, patience, calm manner and a caring approach have helped even the most nervous of his clients reach their full potential. Harry’s clients are shown how to leave their problems, fears or worries behind and go on to lead happier more successful lives.
Here is more about Harry Cannon
Harry Cannon is the head of both the Carterton Therapy Practice in West Oxfordshire and the Harley Street Practice in London. Harry also holds the position of Vice President of the 'National Register of Advanced Hypnotherapists', Harry first began studying Hypnotherapy and NLP in 1988 before becoming certified through the UK's Hypnotherapy Control Board in Hypnotherapy and Hypno-Analysis sychodynamic Psychotherapy incorporating hypnosis).
After being invited to become a registered practicing member of the International Association of Hypno-Analysts (IAH), Harry was honoured to be offered a seat on the council of management. This was in recognition of his steadfast dedication to the association and for the help he constantly offered his fellow members.
Harry has continued to dedicate himself to further study and the advancement of the ethical use of Hypnotherapy. In recognition of this dedication and his excellence in this field was, in 2007, honoured, by the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association of the United States of America (IMDHA) by being awarded a life membership. Harry is a graduate of the Listening Ear Foundation and as such is also qualified in Active Listening skills and Counselling.
Qualifications, Certifications and Awards:
- Fellow of the National Register of Advanced Hypnotherapists
- Diploma - Board Certified Hypnotherapist and Hypno-Analyst (Psychodynamic Psychotherapy incorporating hypnosis)
- Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Diploma in Stress Management
- Graduate of the Listening Ear Foundation for Active listening skills and Counselling
Membership and Positions with Official Bodies:
- Vice President of the National Register of Advanced Hypnotherapists
- Life Member of the International Medical & Dental Hypnotherapy Association USA
- Accredited Member of the Association of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy
Harry holds Public liability and Professional Indemnity insurances for the practice of Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy and Counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT and Stress Management.
On-going professional development
Harry has committed himself to, a base minimum of 30 hours of advanced training per year above the demands of his general practice.
As well as receiving regular supervision, Harry is himself a supervisor and Training Analyst. He provides formal supervision on a regular basis to therapists of several different disciplines within the psychotherapeutic profession.
My Promise to You
"Whatever your problem, you can be sure that you will receive the best of attention and that I will respect totally your right to total confidentiality and privacy.
There is no reason why you need to put up with these problems, provided that you are prepared to devote some time and effort to the therapy. It is a chance to free yourself from the things which hold you back thereby helping you to create a happier and more positive future for yourself."