Tracy McCadden practices Hypnotherapy in Manchester from the Clarendon Clinic, Swinton and has a BSc (honours) in Psychology, a national diploma in counselling, and diplomas in cognitive-behavioural therapy and Hypno-psychotherapy.
Tracy has worked with the NHS with clients suffering mental health issues including depression and anxiety, phobias and OCD, addictions, and loss, and specialise in working with women survivors of domestic abuse, having counselled for Bolton Women’s Aid. She has worked with Homestart Salford counselling parents suffering from depression and have been in private practice for 9 years working with a wide range of issues.
Tracy offers individual relaxation sessions and offer insomnia support.
Tracy has also completed Applied Suicide Intervention Skills training (ASIST).