with Emma Treby
Are you feeling stressed or anxious
Have you lost your confidence or self esteem?
Does life often feel overwhelming?
Do you wish you could find a better way to cope?
If you nodded to any of these questions you’re in the right place
DSFH, HPD, MNCH (Reg), AfSFH (Reg) CNHC
Winkleigh and Online Hypnotherapy Practice
At Inspired to Change I work with people who are experiencing an emotional or physical issue which is holding them back or who are struggling to cope with life’s challenges and adapting to change. Often they have tried other approaches to move forward but ultimately they still feel unhappy or stuck. People just like you.
Regardless of what brings people to see us they all have one thing in common:
- They are motivated to get better, cope better or be better
- They are ready to get their lives on track
- They are inspired to change
And that is what I am passionate about and skilled at helping people to do!
In addition to the many different issues that the solution focused approach is effective at helping my personal passion is helping people with Stress and Anxiety, Confidence and Control, Highly Sensitive People, Parenting, Horse Riding Confidence and Fertility to Menopause.
I am passionate about enabling you to develop the understanding and tools required to boost confidence and control, cope better with anxiety and stress, strengthen self-esteem and self-belief or to become ‘unstuck’ so you feel better connected with yourself, your life and your passions.
As someone who lived with extreme anxiety to the point of ‘burnout’, I specialise in supporting people with anxiety to break the vicious cycle of worry, indecision, self-doubt and procrastination to live a calmer and more meaningful life.
Being a highly sensitive person and the parent of a spirited child I have used my background in and enthusiasm for research to understand how I can work with sensitive people to be the very best version of themselves and to support parents of Highly Sensitive and Spirited children so they can build resilience and thrive.
Are you ready to discover who you can really be?
- Stress & Anxiety
- Confidence & Control
- Highly Sensitive People
- Horse Riding Confidence
- Fertility to Menopause
The postcode will bring you to the turning to our yard. From the direction of Winkleigh/Eggesford turn right off the lane onto a track immediately downhill of the houses and then take a left into our yard. Follow the track down to the barn doors. From the direction of Coldridge turn left off the lane and onto the track immediately before the first houses you see after driving uphill from the river. Then turn immediately left again into the yard and follow the track down to the barn doors.
Parking is available in our yard.
Situated on the ground floor. There is a step up to the front door, so we have a ramp to enable wheelchair users to enter the therapy room through double doors.
Winkleigh Hypnotherapy Clinic
Becca in Maidstone
“I understand my brain and thought patterns so much better now, I am in control of how depression and anxiety affects me daily, and not only do I feel able to cope with it, I am enjoying my life again”
Gina in Kettering
“It was nice to speak to someone who had an answer for the way I was feeling. To realise I wasn’t going mad was wonderful! I am now so much calmer and able to think clearly about any situation. Life is much better.”
Callum in Market Harborough
“I have gradually become more relaxed as my anxiety has been released and small changes to each day have increased my general happiness and well-being. Book an initial consultation today – you really have nothing to lose.”
Emma in Devon
“The whole experience was life changing! Peace and positivity has been restored in my head, and without doubt I’m more confident – I actually have some self esteem!! If you’re thinking of using hypnotherapy go for it!”
Julie in Maidstone
“I suffered with anxiety attacks for over 25 years and had taken medication consistently for 20 years. I felt that the medication was no longer a positive support for me and I wanted to find a non-medical option. Hypnotherapy worked for me.”
Meet my clients
Find out what it’s like working with me. Read about my clients experiences and the impact I have on their lives.
Other things I do at Inspired To Change, Devon
Hypnotherapy for RIDING WITH CONFIDENCE
Have you had a confidence wobble in handling or riding your horse?
Do you want to step it up a level in terms of competing or showing?
Or do you just want to get the best out of your relationship with your horse?
I have owned and ridden horses for over 30 years, but it was only once I was practicing as a Solution Focused Hypnotherapist that I truly reflected on the link between my ups and downs with my horses and my state of mind at the time – whether that related to career changes, moving house or livery yard or becoming a parent.
Before I became a hypnotherapist I too had a bit of a confidence wobble with my horse. It was a few years later that I realised my fear had dissipated – as I had quite a different mindset and ability to manage stress and anxiety then.
As horse owners and riders we all know how sensitively horses are attuned to our emotions, but for the first time I had really demonstrated this to myself. Since then, I have started to document how our mindset and general outlook on life affects and impacts our relationship with our horse and you’ll find some of that work below in my blogs.
I provide talks and workshops and take part in equine clinics as well as working 1-2-1 with horse riders and owners to regain their confidence.
I use a solution focused approach to coaching horse owners and riders to overcome any fear, regain confidence and achieve goals. I provide tools and strategies for managing emotions and more importantly, focus on achieving and maintaining the right mindset to ensure positive change is long lasting, enabling you to get back on track!
If you’d like to find out how I can help you improve your relationship with your horse, get in touch!
Need a Kick-Start to Spring With Your Horses? Winter is nearly over and we are now beginning to see signs of spring – longer days, the odd day of glorious sunshine and beautiful primroses and daffodils popping up in the Devon hedgerows and gardens. This...
Building a true connection with your horse Over the last few years I have reconnected with my ‘special’ horse in a way I didn’t think possible and I put this down to the fact that I am a practicing clinical hypnotherapist. In each session with a client there is...
Nerves affecting your ability to enjoy competing with your horse? Do you feel that you and your horse could be achieving more if your nerves were in check? How many times have you driven to a venue with your stomach churning and negative thoughts whirling around your...
Enjoying your life and your horse in the winter months Are you enjoying your life and horse this winter? It is easy to allow the short winter days to get us down. We can’t spend so much time with our horses and we are restricted in what we can do too. When we are with...
Scared of falling off your horse? Reducing fear and improving rider confidence When you are riding, do you feel overwhelmed with the concern you might fall off and the effect this might have on you and those around you? Are you too scared to get on a horse anymore as...
Stress Relief the Equine Way The positive effect of your relationship with your horse Have you wondered how spending time with your horse actually seems to relieve your stress? There is a neuroscientific explanation for this, as being with your horse actually helps to...
Improving Your Relationship With Your Horse How being a compassionate rider improves your day to day life Treating your horse in a calm and compassionate way is great way of improving your relationship with your horse, but it also impacts positively on your day-to-day...
Managing Anxiety for Horse Riding As compassionate horse owners and riders, we are aware of the impact of any anxiety on our horse. We are often told to ensure we are in the most relaxed state before we climb on the mounting block. Whilst this is easy to say, it is...