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Email: enquiries@nigelsprent.co.uk


Nigel Sprent practises as a hypno-psychotherapist in Oxford dealing with a range of anxiety and stress related  problems, and relationship difficulties.

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Nigel is aged 62, married with two children, and has  practised hypno-psychotherapy since 1983.  He has a B.A.  degree in psychology from Exeter University; and M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in psychology from the University of Hull. 

He trained initially as hypnotherapist with the Association for Applied Hypnosis in 1982, and later at the National College for Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy (NCHP) from 1996-98.


He was subsequently a tutor on NCHP training courses in London and Oxford, for nine years (between 2000 - 2009).  He was a member of the National Register of Hypnotherapists and Psychotherapists  (NRHP) from 1998-2010 and has been registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy  (UKCP) since 2002.

He has received training, and trained  others, in many of the key psychotherapeutic approaches, including:  psychoanalytic (Freudian), Jungian, Adlerian,  Behaviourist, Humanistic (Rogerian and Gestalt), Cognitive (Ellis and Beck), Ericksonian hypnotherapy, and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).  He draws on the insights and techniques of all of these approaches in his own therapeutic work.

He also has an interest in psychology more broadly, particularly in the areas of psychopathology,  child development, memory, perception, social influence and research methods. He has taught psychology at A -Level and University Foundation Level for over 25 years.

He practised for 20 years at the Park End Clinic in Oxford, and now sees clients at his home at 145 Iffley Road in Oxford, where on-street car parking is usually available.






Last  Updated:  13/03/2011