Professional, quality, highly effective therapy with a difference in Horsham and Crawley
Hypnotherapy – CBT – Psychotherapy – NLP working seamlessly together

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Hypnotherapy – NLP – Mindfulness

Hypnosis is not sleep – it is a heightened state of awareness. Whilst in hypnosis, most people have awareness of what is happening around them, but your mind is likely to drift and wander with my voice sometimes fading into the background.


Psychotherapy is commonly used for psychological problems that have had a number of years to accumulate, rather than a one off problem. The psychotherapeutic approach tends to look into the deeper, more fundamental and long-standing issues.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Although we may not recognise it, every thought we have, however fleeting, indisputably affects how we feel and what we do. CBT works on the principle that very often, it is not the event which causes our emotions, but how we interpret that event.


It can be a great release to talk and share your worries, fears and anxieties – to be able to talk openly about your feelings and emotions with somebody who can really listen and understand.

I am committed to working with you in the most approachable, caring, respectful, reliable and honest way that I know. I will not make false promises; I know my abilities, limits and myself, and I will only accept clients that

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An important part of therapy is the connection between you and me, since the quality of our rapport can have an influence on how successful we are in our work together. In a nutshell, it is important that you feel

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My private consulting rooms are situated within the stunning setting of The Roffey Park Institute, ideally situated for those attending from the Crawley and Horsham areas. For those travelling from further afield, I am just 5 minutes from M23 Junction 11.

The Mike Plumridge Suite,
Roffey Park Institute,
Forest Road, Colgate,
Horsham RH12 4TB

Office Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 6.30pm, Sat 9:00am - 2:00pm

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