Executive Committee 

Keith Dewey Head of Research 

 
Since gaining his B.Sc. degree in Cognitive Science, the interdisciplinary study of mind and intelligence, embracing philosophy, psychology, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, linguistics, and anthropology, in 1996, at the University of Exeter, Keith has explored a wide range of advanced approaches to help clients banish unwanted thinking, feelings and behaviours. In addition to building those advanced approaches into his hypnotherapy practice in Guildford, he brings his enthusiasm for continuous learning to NSPsy, working with members to identify tools and techniques that promote the fastest, safest, most resilient and permanent change for clients. 

James Golding - Chairman / Founder 

 
Originally enjoying a private practice at Woking Community & Mental Health Hospital and later Hillview Medical Centre whilst belonging to the NHS register, allowed me to help many clients over the years. This experience has helped in the development of the SCCP and now the NSPsy. 

Ed Francis - Development Director / Founding Member of the Executive Committee 

Developing a private practice within an NHS setting and two separate practices within wellbeing environments, my role now is to develop the NSPsy and support therapists in the successful development of their own practice. 
Lee Walker Education Executive 
As a clinical hypnotherapist, life coach and physiologist, I am committed to developing a deep understanding of how our bodies and mind work together so that I can help clients overcome issues holding them back and they can get the most out of life. 
 
Having worked in the education sector for approximately 20 years, I am passionate about ensuring the highest possible educational standards in psychotherapy, hypnotherapy and counselling training. www.goldcresthypnotherapy.com lee@goldcresthypnotherapy.com 

Vanessa Ashman Ethics Executive 

Qualifying as Councellor and Psychotherapist in 2009, Qualifying as a Clinical Hypnotherapist in 2018 I am dedicated in providing individual Therapy to enable people to look at the self in an holistic way. 
Currently practicing in the NHS
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