Wendy Hammond, Psychotherapy & Coaching

Choose Your Adventure

It is almost impossible to make a huge life change using only the conscious, logical mind. The unconscious part of the mind is stronger, faster, and more cunning than intellectual reasoning could ever be. This is where we focus our work for exploration and sustainable change.

Wendy helps me understand who I am and why I react to situations. She ensures I can explore my feelings in an open and honest way. She does not judge and shows real empathy to difficult situations.

GC, England

Life coaching with Wendy Hammond is that rare thing – incredibly useful AND a real treat. Wendy is delightful to work with: warm, inspiring and with a wonderful ability to open up old problems and dilemmas to new perspectives.

TR, Wales

I learned to trust and believe in myself again. Wendy’s approach was very effective at getting to the root of my concerns and blended a variety of techniques, which enabled me to work through and resolve them.

SLH, England

Wendy Hammond, Psychotherapist, Life Coach, Author, Teacher.

About Wendy Hammond

Psychotherapist, Life Coach, Author, Teacher

I love cultivating the power, pleasure, and purpose in people’s lives.  Together we will use techniques such as dreamwork and creative imagination to sidestep the thinking rational mind and understand what your soul is searching for – that place where we feel at home, fulfilled, meaningful.

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Claiming Your Kingdom: Breaking the Spell of Invisibility by Wendy Hammond, Psychotherapist, Life Coach, Author, Teacher.

Wendy’s Latest Book

Claiming Your Kingdom

Claiming Your Kingdom: Breaking the Spell of Invisibility is for the trailing spouse and expat wife who has begun to feel lost and powerless. Using myths and fairy tales, Wendy Hammond explores the importance of waking to our own inner voice and finding the courage to live that voice out loud. How do we claim back a sense of our own power? How do we change our own lives when they are so intricately bound with another in almost every way? How do we find meaning when there are now so many complex levels to our understanding of the world, our relationships, and ourselves?

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