Louise Moore is the founder of LifeMatters. She is one of the UK's top hypno-therapists and one of the most sought after practitioners in her Harley Street and Suffolk clinics. She is a GHR accredited clinical hypno-therapist with over twelve years experience, treating hundreds of clients a year, using her unique approach in combining advanced clinical hypnotherapy, NLP and psychotherapy. She is also a trained wellness and detox specialist, able to offer complete nutritional and dietary support, as well as heat, light and oxygen therapy as part of her Back To Health programs. Her work spans over twenty-five years of training and research into the neuroscience behind our brains and the power of the conscious and subconscious mind, enabling her to provide a full recovery plan for any client. More recently, she has undergone training with Dr Ron Ruden, Dr Kevin Laye and Paul McKenna PHD as part of The Havening Techniques. This is a psychosensory therapy that collapses the distressing emotions from trauma.
She is the founder and course director of LifeMatters Training College UK, delivering a range of accredited diploma courses, workshops and CPD training in Counselling Skills, Clinical hypnotherapy, NLP, Addiction and Havening Techniques; she has helped start the careers of many other counsellors and hypno-therapists. She is also a co-founder and Director of Addiction Recovery Clinic (ARC), offering specialist addiction training to professionals and a full recovery service to addicts.
Louise has extensive experience of working with children and families in crisis since 1999, working in front line child protection and setting up and delivering parenting programs for the Norfolk Police force. She is highly trained in a range of disciplines, including her own brand of hypnotherapy treatments from HypnoCalm to HypnoSleep. She has produced several best selling meditation audiobooks and has appeared on a Channel 5 TV series The Big Body Squad and is regularly featured in the national press on issues to do with hypnotherapy and counselling.