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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Chigg, Dip CBH, MNCH(reg)

Chigg, Dip CBH, MNCH(reg)

Drawing on over two decades of experience as a city analyst, I've shifted my focus towards a profoundly different kind of challenge—your mental well-being.

At Bohangar City Practice, which I founded, I harness rigorous analytical skills to navigate and enhance the mental health landscape of our clients.

Our mission is to delve into each individual's unique experiences, offering clarity, empowerment, and a personalised path to mental resilience.

London City Stress: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with the Power of Hypnosis

City Stress & Anxiety: 1 to 1 Therapy for Professionals


Resolving Procrastination: 1 to 1: Therapy releasing your productivity


SEN Education: 1 to 1 Therapy: Building Your Mental Resilience


Insomnia: 1 to 1 Therapy: Stress and Anxiety-Linked Sleep Therapy


1 to 1 Therapy Services (per session)

Self Help Zone

Feeling down
Occasional Feelings of Stress / Anxiety
Variable Sleeping
Support from Family / Friends

Saftey Seeking Zone

Event triggered stress and anxiety episodes
Avoidance behaviour
Some folks never leave this zone

Seeking Therapy

The journey continues: from GP checkups, friends & family, books, you YouTube Tips.

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Transformative Outcomes: empower yourself to overcome challenges, change those harmful behaviors, and achieve a state of inner peace and balance. 

Expert Guidance: from banking to healing, benefit from the unique perspective and expertise of a former banking analyst, who brings extensive experience in analytics, problem simplification and therapy. 

Personalised Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy: tailored to your unique needs. Engage in Hypnotherapy sessions designed specifically for your personal growth goals. 

Holistic Approach: comprehensive Wellness Plan, address not just the mind, but also the body and spirit, ensuring a complete wellness journey.

Evidence-Based Techniques: proven strategies and techniques. Utilise a combination of Cognitive & Behavioural Therapies, Hypnotherapy, and mindfulness practices. Each technique is chosen for its evidence-based success in treating a wide range of psychological and behavioral issues.

Goal-Oriented Therapy: actionable Plans with SMART Goals. Focus on creating detailed, achievable plans to track your progress. Includes practical homework to apply what you’ve learned in therapy to real-life situations.

Community Support: breakfast Club for Procrastinators, join a supportive, non-judgmental community that motivates and empowers. Share experiences and strategies for overcoming procrastination and other common obstacles.

Easy Access: Booking Made Simple. Reach out and click the Get Started Button below, to begind your journey.

When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”

Watercolor painting of a tranquil London park with a signpost featuring 'Bohangar City Practice, Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy Therapy

Mental Health: Help with a Talking Therapy approach

Signs you might want to explore Talking Therapy

  • Sense of a persistent struggle, exhaustion, nerves, anxiety, stress
  • The feeling of repetitive behavior
  • Problems without solutions
  • Bouncing from one crisis centre to the next
  • Cannot let it go
  • I am fine in most domains of life except for …., which is holding me back
  • Exhausted avenues to find solutions, or just to cope without success (clinical, friends, family, books, internet, YouTube)
CatoRoman Senator
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“I begin to speak only when I’m certain what I’ll say isn’t better left unsaid.”
Marcus AureliusRoman emperor from 161 to 180 AD
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“The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.”
Viktor E. FranklPsychologist
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“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”

References: Cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders: an update on the empirical evidence,

Hypnosis as an empirically supported clinical intervention The state of the evidence and a look to the future

Treating anxiety with self-hypnosis and relaxation O’Neill, L.M., Barnier, A.J. and McConkey, K. (1999), 16: 68-80

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