Welcome to North Wales Regression Therapy

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Here at North Wales Therapy our priority is you, and helping you reach your full potential in order for you to get the best out of your life, whether that be Spiritually, Physically, Emotionally or Mentally that’s why we offer various therapies because what works for one individual doesn’t necessarily mean it will work for another. Below is a list of some of the different therapies we offer and if your not sure then we’d be more than happy to bring you in for a free 1 hour 1-2-1 consultation to discuss what may work best for you

Available Regression Therapies

  • PLRT    (Past Life Regression Therapy)
  • HSAHT (Hypnosis for Spiritual Awareness & Healers Therapy)
  • SRT     (Spirit Releasment Therapy, Psychic Energy & Entity Healing)
  • BLRT   (Between Lives Regression Therapy
  • NLPT   (Neuro-Linguistic Programming Therapy)
  • HART   (Hypnotherapy with Age Regression Therapy)
  • CHT    (Clinical Hypnosis Therapy)


You can find out more about the individual therapies below

Below is a list of the Regression Therapies Provided at my Colwyn Bay Practice in North Wales, for full details about therapies, services, and how to get in touch please visit the

North Wales Therapy Website

PlLRT (Past Life Regression Therapy)

Past Life Regression Therapy (PLRT) assumes:
We have many physical bodies, that we reincarnate into, and We have a spiritual body, that carries into the present life… Emotional and mental residues, and imprints of karmic actions. Emotional residues can be many strong emotions with little reason, based on our present life and conscious understanding. These can range from strong attraction to strong aversion, from a phobia to an instant connection.
Past-Life-Regression-TherapyMental residues can be fixed thoughts with little reason, based on our present life and conscious understanding. As presenting issues, they are often limiting beliefs or a singular frame of perception that is unhelpful for the client.


Karmic causative actions in past lives can have karmic effects in the present life. We may need to get insights into the workings of that cause and effect to apply a balancing or antidote realization, action and intention. Therapy in past lives is to clear the emotional residue, clarify the mental frame and understand the karmic causative actions and intentions. In PLRT we often work with emotional and thought, by breaking the bond that is now out-dated, and based on events in the past that are over. So we clean up those residues, and help the client return clean and clear into the present life. In PLRT we sometimes need to fully grasp and untangle the interweaving threads of karma, though this is often not required to be done explicitly.


The outcome is to move forward with more emotional peace, mental clarity and to ground to this to doing better future actions.
The PLRT process is like other therapies that regress to a cause and fix it. We regress our clients back to causes in past lives, to help resolve effects on their present day issues. Along the way we gather secondary benefits of a personal experience or expanded spiritual perception, that can overcome fear of death, and end with the client being more fully in the present moment.


To find out more and to book a free introduction and consultation to discuss any of the regression therapies that you may feel benefit you or resolve or address any life issues that you maybe currently experiencing going forward please visit my North Wales Therapy Website or  www.alandrewtherapist.com 


HSAHT (Hypnosis for Spiritual Awareness & Healers)

Hypnosis For Spiritual Awakening & Healers.
Hypnosis is a powerful tool that can enhance the healing sessions you give to your clients, or enhance your own spiritual awakening. It’s hypnosis “for Spiritual Awakening & Healers”, because a spiritual awakening can create issues that require healing, and lead to becoming a healer.
new-regression-therapy-what-is-it-and-can-it-help-you-1This is a good regression therapy to take if you are on the Spiritual path and would like to find out why you are drawn to a particular path or conform to certain religion or sect. Also if you are  currently experiencing blocks and finding that you are reaching a certain point but unable to go further it could explain why and resolve and remove that block.
This course also gives you a chance to connect with your spirit guides to help not just find out who they are but to help resolve any issues, blocks or difficulties you may have been experiencing, they can accompany and regress you to a certain point along your timeline where you nay have felt compelled to take a certain path, which may lead you into wanting to go into a PLRT session to discover what your role was in a past life, maybe you was a spiritual teacher, a monk, a medicine man, or a prophet, perhaps you was a priest and had to conform to a certain religion which you found frustrating, to be honest the possibilities are unlimited and by taking this therapy session it could bring you to a certain understanding of why you resonate with a certain path, therefore gaining insight, inner wisdom and guidance that may very well propel you forward on a voyage of self discovery to help yourself and others in unexpected  healing ways.


To find out more and to book a free introduction and consultation to discuss any of the regression therapies that you may feel benefit you or resolve or address any life issues that you maybe currently experiencing going forward please visit my North Wales Therapy Website or  www.alandrewtherapist.com 

SRT (Spirit Releasement Therapy)

Spirit Releasment Therapy, Psychic Energy & Entity Healing

John_Henry_Fuseli_-_The_NightmareSecular and Religious;
SRT can use secular or religious terminology, and this is determined by the belief system of the client. The therapist does not have to share a religious belief system to use it’s terminology, or for those words to be effective. We are speaking on the clients behalf. If I am working with a secular person I will use terminology of invoking The Light’ and the ‘Warrior Angels’ or ‘The Healing Angels’. If I am working with a cropped-spirit-attach-1person of Christian faith, I will invoke the name of Jesus Christ, and ‘Archangel Michael’ (the warrior) of ‘Archangel Raphael’ (the healer.)
Some people require some form of scientific validation before they can have faith in something. The nature of SRT, and the nature of science, means SRT is not, and may never be, scientifically verified – it’s probably more important to acknowledge this than try to create a stretched ‘verification’. SRT is based on one hundred years of case studies. These are acknowledged as anecdotal, yet they show a remarkably common pattern of action, response and positive effect. We do whatever works and get on with the core therapy. Metaphysics; There is much more that could be said about the metaphysics behind spirits. As an individual we may have our own additional beliefs, that explain some the the mechanics or details of spiritual dimensions. As a teacher, I’ll stick to presenting the core model, that can be generally agreed upon as the required base understanding. As therapists, our main concern is simply efficiently cropped-spirit-attach-1delivering an effective therapeutic result for our clients.
Spirits In therapy,
we often go beyond the conscious mind to speak with the subconscious mind of our client. In therapy, we sometimes go beyond the subconscious mind, to speak with the ‘higher self’ of the client, that can be called the ‘spirit’, ‘soul’ or ‘consciousness that reincarnates’. We can see humans as a spiritual being with a physical body. In therapy, we can go possibly beyond the client’s  self too, to communicate with other spirits, that are attached to our client. SRT focuses on spirits we release, which is relatively unusual reality in therapy. Yet the spiritual nature of humans and the universe is an assumed base reality. For the purposes of SRT (Spirit Releasement Therapy), the model we use is; Base Human Reality One physical body with one spirit attached. SRT Issue One physical body with multiple spirits attached. The one to one matching of one body and one spirit is part of the system we take for granted as ourselves. The issue is not that ‘a spirit has attached’, but that ‘an additional spirit has attached’. During this course, I will refer to the ‘spirit’ of the client as the ‘Higher Self’. Additional spirits attachments have unhelpful consequences, so that human will not be at ease. They are a violation of a base human right to have sole spiritual domain over our human body, so we have the moral authority and the right to release the extra spirits. SRT is a technique to resolve a spiritual dis-ease, and return to the base human reality. Spirits are not external to our reality. They are a part of out base human reality. We can learn the nuances to function effectively within that reality. Types of Spirits Spirits come in many types, on a spectrum from helpful to unhelpful. For the purpose of this course we will focus on the five types of spiritual entities that we encounter in a therapeutic context.

4608452092There are two types of spirits that do not require SRT;
1) The Client’s Higher Self and
2) The Client’s Spirit Guides.

There are three types of spirits that do require SRT.
1) Earthbound Spirits EBs,
2) Dark Force Entities DFEs,
3) Extraterrestrials ETs.

It is important to understand the distinctions between spirits, so you know when to apply SRT, and which technique to apply, because each type of spirit requires a different technique of communication and releasement.


To find out more and to book a free introduction and consultation to discuss any of the regression therapies that you may feel benefit you or resolve or address any life issues that you maybe currently experiencing going forward please visit my North Wales Therapy Website or  www.alandrewtherapist.com 

LBLRT (Life Between Lives Therapy)

A deep hypnotic process, developed over many years, designed to reconnect you with your soul self, your guiding beings and thereby awaken an understanding of your immortal identity Let’s look at each part of that statement separately.

unnamed‘Developed over many years’ … The Newton Method of LBL Hypnotherapy is the result of more than 25 years of initial research by Michael Newton with over 7,000 of his clients – research that continues to build via TNI, the organisation he developed to continue his work.
‘Designed to reconnect you with your soul self’ … each of us is so much more than the physical aspect we can see. We are a combination of the energies, experiences and learnings of countless previous lives; each life a set of contrasting experiences that embody the variety of lessons our inner, eternal self seeks to learn in its quest for development and perfection.

That core, eternal self, always searching for growth and new levels of understanding, is our soul self…‘Your guiding beings’ … Michael Newton’s research enabled him to assemble a model of the spiritual realm. He documented consistent reports from thousands of clients of the existence andstart-your-spiritual-journey-with-reiki-level-1-course-at-optim-holistic-therapies incredible support offered by countless Higher Beings in the inter-life; personal guides and teachers, all ready to guide each one of us through and between each life. Wisdom and insights you can now access through LBL Hypnotherapy…

‘Awaken an understanding of your immortal identity’ … enlightenment, a more complete perception of who you really are as the sum total of your past lives, the collaboration of your soul with other souls and with its guides and teachers, and what you are learning now. A sense of the eternity of the soul…and an end to the fear of physical death…

To find out more and to book a free introduction and consultation to discuss any of the regression therapies that you may feel benefit you or resolve or address any life issues that you maybe currently experiencing going forward please visit my North Wales Therapy Website or  www.alandrewtherapist.com 


NLPT (Neuro Linguistic Programming Therapy)

Neuro-linguistic programming 

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a psychological approach that involves analyzing strategies used by successful individuals and applying them to reach a personal goal. It relates thoughts, language, and patterns of behavior learned through experience to specific outcomes.
Proponents of NLP assume all human action is positive. Therefore, if a plan fails or the unexpected happens, the experience is neither good nor bad—it simply presents more useful information.start-your-spiritual-journey-with-reiki-level-1-course-at-optim-holistic-therapies


A core concept of NLP can be summarized by the saying, “The map is not the territory,” because it highlights the differences between belief and reality. It points out that each person operates within their own perspective rather than from a place of objectivity. Proponents of NLP believe everyone’s perception of the world is distorted, limited, and unique. A therapist who practices NLP must therefore understand how a person in treatment perceives their “map” and the effect this perception may have on that person’s thoughts and behavior.

Past-Life-Regression-TherapyAn individual’s map of the world is formed from data received through the senses. This information can be auditory, visual, olfactory, gustatory, or kinesthetic. NLP practitioners believe this information differs individually in terms of quality and importance, and that each person processes experiences using a primary representational system (PRS). For an NLP therapist to work effectively with a person in treatment, the therapist must attempt to match that individual’s PRS to use their personal map. NLP practitioners believe it is possible to access representational systems using cues, such as eye movements.


NLP therapists work with people to understand their thinking and behavioral patterns, emotional state, and aspirations. By examining a person’s map, the therapist can help them find and strengthen the skills that serve them best and assist them in developing new strategies to replace unproductive ones. This process can help individuals in therapy reach treatment goals.

Supporters of NLP claim the approach produces fast, lasting results and improves understanding of cognitive and behavioral patterns. NLP also seeks to build effective communication between conscious and unconscious mental processes to help people increase creativity and problem-solving skills. Some advocates of NLP compare the approach to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) but assert positive changes may be made with NLP in less time.


To find out more and to book a free introduction and consultation to discuss any of the regression therapies that you may feel benefit you or resolve or address any life issues that you maybe currently experiencing going forward please visit my North Wales Therapy Website or  www.alandrewtherapist.com 

HART (Hypnotherapy with Age Regression Therapy)

Hypnotherapy with Age Regression

Age regression in therapy
Age regression in therapy is a technique in a psycho-therapeutic process that facilitates access to childhood memories, thoughts and feelings. Age regression includes hypnotherapy, a process where patientsunnamedmove their focus to memories of an earlier stage of life in order to explore these memories or to get in touch with some difficult-to-access aspects of their personality.
Age regression has become quite controversial inside and outside the therapeutic community, with many cases involving alleged child abuse and other traumatic incidents subsequently being discredited.
The notion of age regression is central to attachment therapy whose proponents believe that a child who has missed out on his/her developmental stages can be made to experience those stages at a later age by a variety of techniques. Many of these techniques are intensely physical and confrontational and include forced holding and eye contact, sometimes while being required to access traumatic memories of past neglect or abuse or while being made to experience extreme emotions such as rage or fear.
Occasionally, ‘re-birthing’ has been used with tragic results.

Accompanying parenting techniques may use bottle feeding and systems of complete control by the parent over the child’s basic needs including toileting and water.

past-life-regressionAge regression in therapy is also referred to as hypnotic age regression. This is a hypnosis technique utilized by hypnotherapists to help patients remember the perceptions and feelings caused by past events that have an effect on their present illness. Hypnotic age regression occurs when a person is hypnotized and is instructed to recall a past event or regress to an earlier age. The patient may then proceed to recall or relive events in their life. If the hypnotherapist suggests that the patient is of a certain age, the patient may begin to appear to talk, act, and think according to that age. This allows for the patient to reinterpret their current situation with new information and insights.


Every age regression session varies based on the hypnotherapist and patient. The purpose of hypnotic age regression is to reframe the negative feelings and perceptions of the past to facilitate progress towards the patient’s goals. It allows patients to find the cause of their current blocks and eliminate their past traumas. When patients are hypnotized, they are in an altered state that allows for their subconscious mind to be accessed.[5] The subconscious mind holds the behaviors and habits that people exhibit to protect them. These behaviors and habits are repeated until they are not necessary any more. Hypnotic age regression allows for patients to re-frame and purge their unnecessary behaviors.


To find out more and to book a free introduction and consultation to discuss any of the regression therapies that you may feel benefit you or resolve or address any life issues that you maybe currently experiencing going forward please visit my North Wales Therapy Website or  www.alandrewtherapist.com 

CHT (Clinical Hypnosis Therapy)

Clinical Hypnosis

Many people might be unaware of what hypnotherapy really is. Some see it as mumbo-jumbo and something which can mess with your mind. This is not true. Hypnotherapy is an evidence-based therapy, with new-regression-therapy-what-is-it-and-can-it-help-you-1over 70,000 research references worldwide. Hypnotherapy is not some form of magic pill or quick fix either. It requires that the client be committed to change and prepared to make the effort to make that change a reality. The National Council for Hypnotherapy the UK’s leading not-for-profit hypnotherapy professional association, representing over 1,800 professional hypnotherapists.

Hypnosis is a different state of consciousness which you can naturally enter so that, for therapeutic purposes, beneficial corrections may be given directly to your unconscious mind. In this way, hypnosis is an effective way of making contact with our inner (unconscious) self, which is both a reservoir of unrecognised potential and knowledge as well as being the unwitting source of many of our problems. Clinical hypnotherapy means using advanced methods of hypnosis and other techniques to treat a variety of medical and psychological problems and upwards of 85 per cent of people will readily respond to clinical hypnotherapy. Those who disparage hypnotherapy and hypnotism say people under hypnosis can be ‘forced’ to do something against their will. This is not true. At all times, the therapist’s client is aware of what is going on around them. It must be remembered that clinical hypnotherapy is an established complementary therapy with an excellent track record. A number of medical university hospitals now offer an overview of clinical hypnotherapy as a Selective Study Unit. Clinical hypnotherapy is highly cost effective with patient benefit often being achieved rapidly. Also clinical hypnotherapy can be successful where other interventions have not produced the desired outcome.

So, how does it work?
Hypnotherapy can be used to treat a wide range of issues like fears and phobias, anxiety and stress, panic attacks, insomnia, lack of self-confidence, weight management, smoking cessation and even physical conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, skin conditions and migraines. Once you have found a hypnotherapist near you (use the NCH directory by clicking here), there is usually an initial consultation to explore your issue and for you to ask any questions that you might have. The number of hypnotherapy sessions required thereafter ranges from 1 to 3-5 sessions of approx 1-2 hours duration. If formal trance is used during the session you will probably experience the pleasant, relaxing feeling of being in trance for approx 30-45 minutes. Hypnotherapy sessions are generally customised to your individual needs and wants, and your beliefs are respected at all times. If you want a specific technique or approach to be used or avoided then mention this to your hypnotherapist and your treatment plan will be adjusted in accordance with your wishes


To find out more and to book a free introduction and consultation to discuss any of the regression therapies that you may feel benefit you or resolve or address any life issues that you maybe currently experiencing going forward please visit my North Wales Therapy Website or  www.alandrewtherapist.com 

About Regression Therapies

Do you ever get the feeling that something in your past is holding you back from living the life you want in the present? Perhaps it’s something you can’t remember, but you strongly feel that it’s hidden somewhere in your mind? If so, regression therapy might make sense for you. You might be wondering how therapy can help you get in touch with a part of your life that seems lost in your memory. And if you do get in touch with that earlier time, what can you do about it now? Getting the facts about this or any therapy first is the best way to decide whether to pursue it.

Regression therapy is dedicated to uncovering things from your past that may be contributing to your current mental state or harmful habits. There are two types of regression therapy: age regression therapy and past life regression therapy. The first type is designed to target things that may have happened during your childhood, and the second type is to help you resolve issues from your past lives (although it is often used in a more metaphorical capacity). We will review these two therapies in detail later in this article.

Regression therapy comes with its own controversies, and some people may be hesitant to try it. That said, if you believe in some of the concepts behind this type of therapy, you should know that there have also been cases where people have experienced positive results.

What Is Regression Therapy?

Regression therapy is a specific approach to psychotherapy that helps people improve their emotional and cognitive health by resolving past events.

Problems Addressed in Regression Therapy

When a therapist regresses you to an earlier time or a previous life, their goal is to help you resolve your problems in the present. They use regression techniques to find and resolve your feelings about past situations, so you can feel better about your current situation.

These past feelings may cause you to feel and behave in ways that don’t make sense in the present moment. For example, these feelings and behaviors from the past might cause you:

  • To have fears and phobias without knowing why
  • To feel guilty for no easily understood reason
  • To have difficulty being intimate
  • To have a variety of relationship issues
  • To suffer from mental disorders

The Use of Hypnosis

Although there are many ways to conduct regression therapy, hypnosis is the most common method. (Psychoanalysts often use hypnosis as well.) In regression therapy, hypnosis puts you in a relaxed state that allows you to access and evaluate memories that you usually aren’t aware of or that you have forgotten or repressed.

Types of Regression Therapy

Age regression therapy takes you back to an earlier time in your life. Alternatively, past life regression therapy goes back beyond your current life and into previous reincarnations.

What Is Age Regression Therapy?

In age regression therapy, you might learn about things that happened to you when you were very young. In some cases, this therapy may uncover memories that surprise you because you were not aware of them. The goal is not just to re-experience the memory, but also to bring it to your conscious mind where you can deal with it intentionally. Regression theory assumes that, by processing these memories and the emotions surrounding them, you free yourself to feel different about similar experiences now.

What Is Past Life Regression Therapy?

Past life regression is supposed to take you back to past incarnations, so you can deal with problems that arose long before your current lifetime. Many people feel this therapy makes sense for them because there appears to be no reason why they’re living with fears, guilt, or other difficulties. They may also hold certain spiritual beliefs that allow them to benefit from this form of regression therapy.

How Regression Therapy Works

There are several stages to regression therapy, beginning with hypnosis.

Relaxation. Relaxation is the first part of the hypnosis phase. The therapist talks to you slowly and gently, guiding you through a systematic process to relax your body and mind.

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Visualization. Next, you move on to the visualization stage of hypnosis. Instead of asking if you see a particular thing or feel a certain way, the therapist is careful to ask open-ended questions. These types of questions allow you to talk about whatever you recall, even if it’s something the therapist doesn’t know.

As you see a memory in your mind’s eye, you might feel the way you did when it first happened. You might also feel compassion for the younger person you were when the event occurred. If what you’re remembering is an incident of abuse or violence, you may become upset and agitated. Before the therapist guides you back to awareness of your surroundings, they’ll help your younger self deal with the problem.

Consciously Examining Memory. Once you explore and re-experience the situation, the therapist will help you transfer that knowledge to your conscious mind. They may tell you about what happened, or they may offer you a recording of the session. Once you’re aware of the memory you discovered, your therapist will help you begin to put it in perspective.

Finding the Significance. After rediscovering a memory, it’s important for you to understand why it matters to you. How has it affected your life? Now that you remember it, how do you feel about yourself, those involved in the event, and the world in general? What have you learned?

Learning from the New Information. If you’ve recently recovered a memory, you can use it to understand yourself better. You might also know more about other people in your life. Your therapist can help you apply this new information to current feelings, conflicts, and behaviors.

Controversial Aspects of Regression Therapy

While some people say they’ve benefitted greatly from age regression and past life regression, this type of therapy still hasn’t gained widespread acceptance in the mental health community. Some therapists believe in the benefits of age regression, but they don’t believe in reincarnation, so past lives don’t make sense to them either. The two main aspects of regression therapy that have caused the most controversy are the lack of evidence for its effectiveness and the possibility of creating false memories.

Furthermore, many therapists avoid regression therapy because they’re concerned it might be a waste of time. They feel it’s more effective to spend time on therapies that have been proven to work in many scientific studies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy. At the moment, there’s little research to confirm the effectiveness of regression therapy, but many people say there’s proof in the dramatic results they’ve experienced.

Does It Create False Memories?

If the therapist isn’t careful to ask only open-ended questions, they may inadvertently cause you to imagine something that never happened. Opponents of regression therapy point out that these false memories can become indistinguishable from memories of events that did happen. They also say that these false memories can destroy relationships or even cause parents and caregivers to be punished for abuse that never happened.

Is It Safe to Do Age Regression and Past Life Progression on Your Own?

It may or may not be possible to do regression therapy on yourself through self-hypnosis. The real question is-is it safe? After all, what happens if you remember something, and you don’t know how to deal with it? You may put yourself in a situation that causes you considerable emotional pain with no way out on your own. To be as safe as possible, it’s best to work with a licensed therapist

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