Neil Cox offers a professional, caring approach in Bude. He offers a FREE initial consultation which gives him the opportunity to fully understand your issue.

This initial session will last about 60 minutes. There is neither charge nor obligation, merely the opportunity for you to ask any questions you might have. This is to ensure you are comfortable with the therapy on offer.

As a client-centred therapist, Neil’s belief is in helping people to help themselves. This is achieved by tailoring therapy to their needs and requirement. “I also ensure this is done over the shortest possible period of time that is appropriate to resolve the issues presented.”


Over many years Neil trained and qualified in reflexology, massage therapy and reiki healing. All therapies which in their own right were effective, but he always felt there was something missing. Finally, it led him to train and qualify as a solution focused hypnotherapist with the prestigious CPHT in Plymouth. The Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma he obtained meets the ‘Learning Outcomes’ of the Hypnotherapy National Occupational Standards. Full details of accreditation. While CPHT is probably the most practical course in the country, that’s not all. They encourage students to start practising from the first two days of the course onwards. Once qualified he was more than ready to go into successful practice.


The training involved a great deal of research and also neuroscience. In combination with Solution Focused techniques, Brain based Therapy, CBT and NLP along with common-sense and experience. The very high standard of training ensures that a graduate like Neil is able to help. Be that in the clinical or medical areas of depression or anxiety.

North Cornwall

From this he has managed to set up a thriving practice in North Cornwall. As a result he now helps people with a wide variety of conditions. He’s a member of the Association for Solution Focused Hypnotherapy (AfSFH), and the National Council of Hypnotherapy (NCH).

Neil Cox MNCH (Reg.) HPD


north cornwall afsfh