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London Psychotherapy & London Hypnotherapy UK

Dr David Kraft Dr David Kraft has been researching particularly in the field of psychotherapy with a special interest in clinical hypnosis. He has co-written articles on driving phobia, covert sensitization, anxiety disorders, sleep disturbances, hyperhidrosis, sexual disorders, IBS, bulimia and anorexia.

He has a diploma in clinical psychology (Dip.Cl.Psy). He trained at the BST Foundation in London and has obtained both the diploma in Clinical Hypnosis (DCHyp), awarded with distinction, and the Advanced Certificate in Clinical and Strategic Hypnosis (A.Cert.CSHyp). In addition, he has completed the first year course in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at the London Centre for Psychotherapy. Dr Kraft has been trained to treat a wide range of psychological disorders, although he has a special interest in phobias and performance anxiety.

Dr Kraft is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. He is a member of the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine. He is also on the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR Reg.) and holds the General Qualification in Hypnotherapy Practice (GQHP).

Dr Kraft continues to attend lectures at the Royal Society of Medicine and meetings organized by the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis. He also attends tutorials and lectures run by the Open University.

Qualifications and Certificates

University of London Degree BMus (Hons) 1992-1996 Middlesex University PhD 1996-2001 Cambridge University PGCE 2001-2002 London School of Management Science Dip.Cl.Psy. 2007 BST Foundation Certificate in Psychoneuroimmunology 2007 BST Foundation Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis DCHyp 2007-2008 LCP Introductory Course in Psychoanalysis 2007-2008 BST Foundation Advanced Course A.Cert.CSHyp 2008

Publications

(1) ‘Creating a Virtual Reality in Hypnosis: A Case of Driving Phobia’ Contemporary Hypnosis (2004), 21, (2): 79-85 (2) ‘Covert Sensitization Revisited: Six Case Studies’ Contemporary Hypnosis (2005), 22, (4): 202-209 (3) ‘The Place of Hypnosis in Psychiatry: its Applications in Treating Anxiety Disorders and Sleep Disturbances’ Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (2006), 34, (2): 187-203. (4) ‘An Integrative Approach to the Treatment of Hyperhidrosis: Review and Case Study’ Contemporary Hypnosis (2007), 24, (1): 38-45. (5) ‘The Place of Hypnosis in Psychiatry, Part 2: its Application to the Treatment of Sexual Disorders’ Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (2007), 35, (1): 1-18. (6) ‘Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Symptomatic Treatment Approaches versus Integrative Psychotherapy’ Contemporary Hypnosis (2007), 24, (4): 161-177. (7) ‘Tribute to Dr T Kraft’ British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis Newsletter, (2009) 3 (1): 11-12. ♦ (8) ‘Obituary: Thomas Kraft’ British Medical Journal (2009), 338: b265. ♦ (9) ‘The Place of Hypnosis in Psychiatry, Part 3: the Application to the Treatment of Eating Disorders’ Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (2009), 37, (1): 1–20.

(1) ‘The Place of Hypnotherapy in Psychiatry (part 1): the Application of Hypnotherapy in Anxiety and Sleep Disorders’ at the Royal Society of Medicine on the 8th of March 2005. (2) ‘The Rôle of Hypnosis in Psychiatry (part 2). The Application of Hypnosis to Psychosexual Disorders’ at the Royal Society of Medicine on the 3rd of April 2006. (3) ‘The Treatment of IBS: Integrative Psychotherapy versus Symptomatic Approaches’ at the Royal Society of Medicine on the 1st of October 2007.

Hypnotherapy with Dr David Kraft

Hypnotherapy is not a therapy by itself. Dr David Kraft uses hypnosis as an adjunct to his therapeutic approach, which combines hypnotherapy with psychotherapy. Some clients require more time in the psychotherapy to work through issues than others, whereas some individuals are able to resolve inner conflicts and find more adaptive ways of leading their lives in a relatively short period of time. Dr Kraft uses a number of hypnotic techniques in therapy, but he is a firm believer in the power of content-free therapy which provides the client with the control and the means to effect change in their own unique way. In addition, Dr Kraft uses Brief Strategic Hypnotherapy to help clients quickly and efficiently to take control of their lives. After an initial consultation session, the therapy will be tailor-made to suit the client’s needs.

Contact Dr David Kraft on 020 7467 8564. 10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF dmjkraftesq@yahoo.co.uk

Dr David Kraft takes a tremendous amount of care in the initial consultation session to build rapport with his patients and to listen very carefully. Generally, he will not diagnose or even label symptoms; but, rather, he will be guided by each individual before treatment begins.

Hypnotherapy is useful in the treatment of a wide range of problems. Here is a list of some of them:  Anxiety (see article)  Alcoholism (see article)  Stress  Eating Disorders (Anorexia Nervosa & Bulimia Nervosa)  Sexual Dysfunction (see article)  Lack of Confidence  Depression  Anger  Phobias* (including Social Phobia and Agoraphobia) (see article)  Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) (see article)  Exam Stress  Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis) (see article)  Sleep Disorders (including insomnia, nightmares and night terrors) (see article)  Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)  Grief (and Bereavement)  Migraines  Snoring (and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome)  Performance Anxiety (Musical, Public Speaking, Sports)  Panic Attacks  Pain Relief  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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Dr David Kraft Dr David Kraft has been researching particularly in the field of psychotherapy with a special interest in clinical hypnosis. He has co-written articles on driving phobia, covert sensitization, anxiety disorders, sleep disturbances, hyperhidrosis, sexual disorders, IBS, bulimia and anorexia.

He has a diploma in clinical psychology (Dip.Cl.Psy). He trained at the BST Foundation in London and has obtained both the diploma in Clinical Hypnosis (DCHyp), awarded with distinction, and the Advanced Certificate in Clinical and Strategic Hypnosis (A.Cert.CSHyp). In addition, he has completed the first year course in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at the London Centre for Psychotherapy. Dr Kraft has been trained to treat a wide range of psychological disorders, although he has a special interest in phobias and performance anxiety.

Dr Kraft is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. He is a member of the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine. He is also on the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR Reg.) and holds the General Qualification in Hypnotherapy Practice (GQHP).

Dr Kraft continues to attend lectures at the Royal Society of Medicine and meetings organized by the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis. He also attends tutorials and lectures run by the Open University.

Qualifications and Certificates

University of London Degree BMus (Hons) 1992-1996 Middlesex University PhD 1996-2001 Cambridge University PGCE 2001-2002 London School of Management Science Dip.Cl.Psy. 2007 BST Foundation Certificate in Psychoneuroimmunology 2007 BST Foundation Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis DCHyp 2007-2008 LCP Introductory Course in Psychoanalysis 2007-2008 BST Foundation Advanced Course A.Cert.CSHyp 2008

Publications

(1) ‘Creating a Virtual Reality in Hypnosis: A Case of Driving Phobia’ Contemporary Hypnosis (2004), 21, (2): 79-85 (2) ‘Covert Sensitization Revisited: Six Case Studies’ Contemporary Hypnosis (2005), 22, (4): 202-209 (3) ‘The Place of Hypnosis in Psychiatry: its Applications in Treating Anxiety Disorders and Sleep Disturbances’ Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (2006), 34, (2): 187-203. (4) ‘An Integrative Approach to the Treatment of Hyperhidrosis: Review and Case Study’ Contemporary Hypnosis (2007), 24, (1): 38-45. (5) ‘The Place of Hypnosis in Psychiatry, Part 2: its Application to the Treatment of Sexual Disorders’ Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (2007), 35, (1): 1-18. (6) ‘Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Symptomatic Treatment Approaches versus Integrative Psychotherapy’ Contemporary Hypnosis (2007), 24, (4): 161-177. (7) ‘Tribute to Dr T Kraft’ British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis Newsletter, (2009) 3 (1): 11-12. ♦ (8) ‘Obituary: Thomas Kraft’ British Medical Journal (2009), 338: b265. ♦ (9) ‘The Place of Hypnosis in Psychiatry, Part 3: the Application to the Treatment of Eating Disorders’ Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (2009), 37, (1): 1–20.

(1) ‘The Place of Hypnotherapy in Psychiatry (part 1): the Application of Hypnotherapy in Anxiety and Sleep Disorders’ at the Royal Society of Medicine on the 8th of March 2005. (2) ‘The Rôle of Hypnosis in Psychiatry (part 2). The Application of Hypnosis to Psychosexual Disorders’ at the Royal Society of Medicine on the 3rd of April 2006. (3) ‘The Treatment of IBS: Integrative Psychotherapy versus Symptomatic Approaches’ at the Royal Society of Medicine on the 1st of October 2007.

Hypnotherapy with Dr David Kraft

Hypnotherapy is not a therapy by itself. Dr David Kraft uses hypnosis as an adjunct to his therapeutic approach, which combines hypnotherapy with psychotherapy. Some clients require more time in the psychotherapy to work through issues than others, whereas some individuals are able to resolve inner conflicts and find more adaptive ways of leading their lives in a relatively short period of time. Dr Kraft uses a number of hypnotic techniques in therapy, but he is a firm believer in the power of content-free therapy which provides the client with the control and the means to effect change in their own unique way. In addition, Dr Kraft uses Brief Strategic Hypnotherapy to help clients quickly and efficiently to take control of their lives. After an initial consultation session, the therapy will be tailor-made to suit the client’s needs.

Contact Dr David Kraft on 020 7467 8564. 10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF dmjkraftesq@yahoo.co.uk

Dr David Kraft takes a tremendous amount of care in the initial consultation session to build rapport with his patients and to listen very carefully. Generally, he will not diagnose or even label symptoms; but, rather, he will be guided by each individual before treatment begins.

Hypnotherapy is useful in the treatment of a wide range of problems. Here is a list of some of them:  Anxiety (see article)  Alcoholism (see article)  Stress  Eating Disorders (Anorexia Nervosa & Bulimia Nervosa)  Sexual Dysfunction (see article)  Lack of Confidence  Depression  Anger  Phobias* (including Social Phobia and Agoraphobia) (see article)  Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) (see article)  Exam Stress  Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis) (see article)  Sleep Disorders (including insomnia, nightmares and night terrors) (see article)  Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)  Grief (and Bereavement)  Migraines  Snoring (and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome)  Performance Anxiety (Musical, Public Speaking, Sports)  Panic Attacks  Pain Relief  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)