UKHC 2024 Speakers: Cara Robins – Clinical Hypnosis with the Neurodiverse

Cara Robins

We have another duo of presenter videos for you today. We are delighted to welcome Cara Robins for the first time to the UK Hypnosis Convention.

Cara’s presentation entitled “Clinical Hypnosis with the Neurodiverse” will be in the Southwark Room from 4.30- 5.30pm on Saturday of the convention.

The Knowledge for better client outcomes

In a world where 20% of the population is neurodivergent, and thousands more await diagnosis, the demand for tailored hypnosis approaches has never been greater.

This presentation by Cara Robins, a UK clinical hypnotherapist specialising in Neurodiversity, will provide you with the knowledge and understanding of all aspects of neurodiversity, equipping you for improved client outcomes in this vital area. Cara, with her unique blend of professional expertise and personal insight as a mother of a non-verbal autistic daughter, invites you to an eye-opening session.

This presentation is an exploration into the untapped potential of hypnotherapy in nurturing the neurodivergent – from children to adults. Discover how hypnosis can be a pivotal tool in mitigating symptoms, fortifying resilience, and fostering a positive mindset.

Attendees will gain an in-depth understanding from this dive into the complexities of neurodiversity and how your hypnotherapy sessions can be adapted to meet diverse needs. You will learn specific techniques that Cara has been using with her clients to enhance the quality of life for neurodivergent individuals.

Committed to enlightening and enriching lives through educating on neurodiversity, I strive to bridge gaps in understanding and nurture an inclusive society where every neurodivergent individual can thrive. Based in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, Cara combines personal experience and professional expertise in neurodiversity to empower individuals and families. As a parent to a nonverbal autistic daughter and a seasoned therapist, she offers transformative strategies for managing neurodiversity in children, teens, and adults. Her approach is centered on providing practical support and fostering resilience and understanding among both neurodivergent individuals and their carers.

Hear more from Cara in this video clip.

Further information and full schedule can be found and tickets can be purchased right here at the convention website.