HMS Therapy™ 

Heart & Mind Synchronicity Therapy™ is a fast effective treatment for all stress related conditions. HMS Therapy™ is a combination of NLP, Neuro Linguistic Programming & Hypnotherapy and is best treatment for PTSD & Depression in the UK. 

What is HMS Therapy™?

Discover total emotional freedom and real empowerment. Enjoy all the benefits of being free from the past and design the future….the way you want it. 

•Would you like to not feel emotional baggage?

•Are you frustrated by feeling negative emotions?

•Would you like to gain emotional control of your life?

•Have you ever been in a situation where someone told you that you have overreacted to a situation but you disagreed?

•Would you like to get total clarity on what you really want in your life?

•Have you ever set goals for the future and had them not happen?

•Would you like to discover how to visualise your future so it’s more compelling, motivating and exciting for you?

HMS Therapy™ can be used to treat PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Bereavement, Eating Disorders, Suicidal Feelings, Self Harming, Physical Pains, Traumatic Memories, Anger Issues and much more. 

The sum total of our life experiences and the memories associated with them impact on how we approach our lives now, day to day. It’s “the stuff” from the past that keeps us less than fulfilled and stops us from achieving the results we want. You’ve got limitless potential and HMS Therapy™  training (part of our NLP & Hypnotherapy Practitioner course) gives you the tools to extract your hidden talents and desires and then guide you to the solutions you need to design and create a bright, compelling future. (Our HMS Therapy™Training is also open to those who have completed their NLP Practitioner certification with another training provider.)

HMS Therapy™ uses the individual own internal “Time Line” by working with their Unconscious Mind in a number of ways which include healing emotional traumas and eliminating unwanted thoughts, emotions and behaviours in minutes rather than days, months or years. HMS Therapy™ means that finally, you can have freedom from your past allowing you to have your future by design.

Epistemology of HMS Therapy™ 

Aristotle (384 -322 BC) 

Heart Rules the Head

The concept of a Time Line isn't something that's new. It was Aristotle, in Physics IV, who was the first to mention the "stream of time". Aristotle also said, that the true centre of human intelligence lay, not in the mind, but in the heart. In recent years science has caught up with this belief, with the discovery of a few key facts about how the heart functions in relation to the rest of the body. A human heart contains roughly 40,000 neural cells, forming a nervous system which sends complex signals to the brain, more signals than the brain sends to the heart. While the brain produces hormones, the heart does too, including adrenaline, oxytocin, dopamine and ANF. Biophysically, the heart creates a wave every time it contracts, which sends blood through the body, synchronising the energetic signals of the body’s various parts, including the brain. But perhaps the most crucial observation is the electromagnetic power of the heart, which is 5,000 times greater than that of the brain. Heart Math University  has recorded the heart to be approximately 60 times greater electrically and up to 5,000 times stronger magnetically than the brain. 

Alfred Korzybski (1879-1950)

Alfred Korzybski was a polish-American independent scholar who developed a field called general semantics, which he viewed as both distinct from, and more encompassing than, the field of semantics. God may forgive your sins, but your nervous system won't. Alfred Korzybski

The Structural Differential and the Process of Abstracting. Alfred Korzybski developed this diagram in the 1920’s as a means to visualize the process he called abstracting. Originally a three-dimensional, free-standing model (imagine a colander, or strainer, in place of the ragged parabola at the top), this printed version appeared in his source book for general semantics, Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems. Abstracting, in the context of Korzybski’s model, refers to physiological-neurological activities, or processes, that occur on non-verbal levels. These abstracting processes begin when our nervous systems are stimulated by something we see, hear, taste, touch, or smell. 

The Map is not the territory.

Carl Jung (1861-1965)

Carl Jung was a Swiss psychologist and one of the 3 fathers of psychology, along with Freud and Adler. He said what we perceive is who we are. What we perceive outside ourselves is who we are. That means we can’t perceive anything out side of ourselves that is not us. You may say, yes, I can agree he is my projection, or he is, but that person certainly is not. What Carl Jung said, “We tend take our most unconscious material and project it on people and events around us. That which is unconscious must of need be projected on people and events that are around us.” This is a very important concept to understand. 

Perception is projection.  

Doc Lew Childre (1945)

Doc Lew Childre, Jr. (born September 7, 1945) is an American author and the founder of the Heartmath Institute, a non-profit organization whose objective is to help the development of "heart-brain-coherence". He works on child development and strategies for dealing with stress. After serving in the National Guard, Childre started a recording studio in Boulder Creek, California. In his early twenties, he developed some health problems that caused him to look for alternative treatments and that is when he began researching stress. In 1991, he set up the Institute of HeartMath (now called HeartMath Institute) as a nonprofit research and education organization. The institute conducted experiments in how the right sounds can, according to HeartMath, help align a person's heart and mind energies; for example by monitoring EKG and blood pressure of subjects listening to various sounds, it would be possible to tailor sounds to invoke a specific response. In 1992, he released his first commercial music recording called "Heart Zones".

Milton Ericsson (1901- 1980)

Milton H. Erickson. Milton Hyland Erickson was an American psychiatrist who specialized in medical hypnosis and family therapy. He was founding president of the American Society for Clinical Hypnosis and noted for his approach to the unconscious mind as creative and solution-generating. "Patients are patients because they are out of rapport with their own unconscious... Patients are people who have had too much programming - so much outside programming that they have lost touch with their inner selves."

The most important thing in changing human behavior is the person's motivation.

Dave Elman (1900-1967) 

When people talk about great hypnotists of the 20th century, two names come to mind. Milton Erickson… and Dave Elman.   They have equal stature. This is surprising because Erickson published dozens of books and papers on hypnosis and was actively promoted by his followers who wrote dozens of books about Erickson, but Elman published only one book, “Findings in Hypnosis” (later published as “Hypnotherapy”). Why is Dave Elman held in such high esteem? His induction is that good!

In 1949, he demonstrated his rapid induction methods and knowledge of pain control to doctor friends. As a result, he was asked to provide a course on hypnosis to physicians and dentists. He insisted that he not practice medicine but only teach the techniques of hypnosis. His students often researched further medical applications and reported these back to be described in the course. His courses on hypnosis taught more physicians this subject than any other teacher before or since.

Virginia Satir (1916 – 1988) 

An American author and therapist, known especially for her approach to family therapy and her pioneering work in the field of family reconstruction therapy. She is widely regarded as the "Mother of Family Therapy" 

"What lingers from the parent's individual past, unresolved or incomplete, often becomes part of her or his irrational parenting."

Fritz Perls (1893 – 1970)

Fritz Perls, was a noted German-born psychiatrist and psychotherapist. Perls coined the term 'Gestalt therapy' to identify the form of psychotherapy that he developed with his wife, Laura Perls, in the 1940s and 1950s. Perls became associated with the Esalen Institute in 1964, and he lived there until 1969. His approach to psychotherapy is related to, but not identical to, Gestalt psychology, and it is different from Gestalt theoretical psychotherapy. The core of the Gestalt Therapy process is enhanced awareness of sensation, perception, bodily feelings, emotion, and behavior, in the present moment. Relationship is emphasized, along with contact between the self, its environment, and the other.

“To mature means to take responsibility for your life, to be on your own. Psychoanalysis fosters the infantile state by considering that the past is responsible for the illness.”

Richard Bandler 

Richard Bandler is an American author and trainer in the field of self-help. He is best known as the co-creator (with John Grinder) of Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), a methodology to understand and change human behavior-patterns. He also developed other systems named Design Human Engineering (DHE) and Neuro Hypnotic Repatterning (NHR).

John Grinder 

John Grinder is an American linguist, author, management consultant, trainer and speaker. Grinder is credited with co-creating Neuro-linguistic programming, with Richard Bandler. He is co-director of Quantum Leap Inc., a management consulting firm founded by his partner Carmen Bostic St. Clair in 1987 (Grinder joined in 1989). Grinder and Bostic St. Clair also run workshops and seminars on NLP internationally.

Michael Hall 

L. Michael Hall, Ph.D. learned NLP in the mid-1980s and took his original training with Richard Bandler, afterwards writing several books for him and about him.  His discovery of the Meta-States Model (1994) led to co-founding Neuro-Semantics (1996) as a community taking NLP to a higher professional level.  Dr. Hall began modeling excellence in 1991 and has now completed 17 modeling projects from Resilience (1994), Wealth Creation (1996), Women in Leadership (1997), Coaching (2001), Self-Actualization (2003), etc.

Bob Bodenhamer

Dr. Bodenhamer’s under-graduate degree (BA) is from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC (1972). His major at Appalachian State University was Philosophy and Religion with a minor in Psychology. He received the Master of Divinity (1976) and the Doctor of Ministry Degree (1978) from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC. The Master of Divinity Degree included training in Pastoral Care with both classroom and clinical work. Dr. Bodenhamer received one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education from Wake Medical Center in Raleigh, N. C. while working on his doctorate. He co-founded the Institute of Neuro-Semantics with L. Michael Hall, Ph.D. Along with Dr. Hall he has co-authored nine books:

Robert Dilts 

Robert Brian Dilts ( March 21, 1955 ) is a developer , writer , trainer and coach in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) and has been doing this since its inception and first development in 1975 , when John Grinder and Richard Bandler spent a few years with NLP. Dilts provided contributions to the NLP, including the Encyclopedia or Systemic NLP . He is responsible for the input of various spiritual ideas into the NLP and is the author of a number of books, including Sleight of mouth on a set of language patterns for changing beliefs, Change your beliefs , Beliefs: Pathways to Health and Well-Being with Tim Halibom and Suzi Smith and many others. He is also the main writer of NLP, Volume 1 , with Richard Bandler & John Grinder.

Tad James 

Originally from Washington DC, Tad James earned his master’s degree in Mass Communication from Syracuse University and began his professional career working at a radio station, eventually becoming a business consultant. He received a PhD from the American Institute of Hypnotherapy in 1991. He began to study Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and ultimately developed a discipline of this therapy known as Time Line Therapy (TLT). This therapy has been used throughout the world, including in war-torn areas, to help alleviate symptoms of post traumatic stress in people living in those regions. James founded the Tad James Company in 1982, and in 1988, he published his first book, Time Line Therapy and the Basis of Personality. Time Line Therapy™ (TLT) is a powerful therapeutic process that has evolved from hypnosis and NLP, developed by Tad James, PhD in the 1980s. It was developed by applying a therapeutic process to the concept that we store our memories in a linear manner in an internal memory storage system. 

David Shephard 

BSc (Hons), Master Trainer of NLP, Hypnosis & Timeline Therapy ® David is one of the world’s leading figures in personal development and a specialist in Hypnotherapy, NLP & TimeLine Therapy.  Since 1993, David has worked with thousands of people to help them achieve more of what they want.  He has done all of this whilst also teaching thousands of therapists in NLP, Time Line Therapy®, and Hypnosis through his London-based company, The Performance Partnership Whilst thousands of people are qualified as Trainers of NLP, only a handful globally have ever attained the title of ‘Master Trainer’.  David is President of one of the biggest boards of NLP in the world the (ABH-ANLP) & sits on the advisory committee of the UK’s biggest association (ANLP). David has been featured and profiled in the likes of:

Mick Stott 

Mick Stott (2006) was a former British Army Officer who was trained by Tad James & David Shepherd. Mick branched away from Timeline Therapy and created Spectrum Therapy TM through working for many years with Soldiers suffering with PTSD. Spectrum Therapy differs by covering six negative emotions and negative core belief's in one session. The breakthrough with Spectrum Therapy was that it associates colours with emotions and can re frame negative emotions by simply changing the associated colours at subconscious level. Spectrum Therapy was studied by Lancashire University UCLAN in 2012. 

Martin Webster  

Martin Webster (2010) was former British Army Infantry Soldier who was diagnosed with PTSD in 2007 and was trained by Mick Stott in 2010. Martin branched away from Spectrum Therapy and discovered HMS Heart & Mind Synchronicity Therapy applying the drop down through technique (Bodenhammer & Hall). HMS Therapy recognises that all human emotions are stored within the heart and to follow the natural Flow of Emotions to the center of all human intelligence (Aristotle) This is the key to total emotional recovery. HMS Therapy works on the principle that the fastest route to deep unconscious change is through Heart Psychology. Looking in your own mind for an emotional problem is like looking in the boot of your car when the engine has failed. To change your emotions within your heart from Anger to Love will simply change your life forever. 

HMS Therapy™ 

HMS has been so successful in producing results that it has been utilised for a decade by hundreds of people including NHS Doctors, Nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, life coaches, business coaches and sports coaches.

We welcome NLP Practitioners who have studied with other Training Providers. Click here for specific dates for HMS Therapy™ Practitioner and Master Practitioner Certification Training. Call 07450895611 

HMS Therapy™is a process and a set of techniques that allow you to have emotional control over your life.

HMS Therapy™ is a registered trademark of Martin Webster and is exclusively licensed to all 3 associations.