Designed and maintained by Jon Adkin
Jon Adkin BAHyp

About

Hypnotherapist, Artist and Author.

Welcome. A little bit of my history. I was born in 1962 in Gloustershire and adopted at 18 months old. I grew up in London. As a qualified hypnotherapist I am able to help people overcome so many issues that can affect so many in today’s world. I love to help and pass on my positive attitude. After running a successful part time hypnotherapy practise I decided to go full time this year. I trained with and am a member of The British Association of Hypnotherapy. I have just become a Master Hypnotherapist dealing with age regression. My interest in art started in my school days and my enthusiasm is as great as ever. I have two diplomas, One from the Morris School of Journalism and the other from the London School of Art. Early on I worked mainly in cartooning and illustrations, I have had my work published in National newspapers both here and abroad and my illustrations have been published in books. I enjoy experimenting with different styles and techniques. I have a naturally creative mind and inspirations for my art comes from many different avenues, from stunning landscapes and rolling seas, to a moving piece of music. I love playing around with colour in my work from calming pastels to vivid sunset creations. Working mainly in acrylics I sometimes use an alternative media. I now live in Suffolk on the Cambridge, Essex borders, and I have enjoyed over 13 years of exhibiting my work. I feel a great sense of satisfaction and enjoyment meeting with visitors to my exhibitions and listening to their opinions of my work. The Carla Bear stories all came about from a series of paintings that I did years ago for my own boys. I created Carla Bear, then had a play with words and made a few sketches along with a short story. The paintings developed but the stories went back in the box until this year when I decided to not only continue with the stories, but to get them published. Well six books later and Carla Bear is going from strength to strength.
                                                         Hypnotherapist, NLP and CBT Practitioner
                                                         Hypnotherapist, NLP and CBT Practitioner
Designed and maintained by Jon Adkin
Jon Adkin BAHyp Hypnotherapist, NLP and CBT Practitioner

About

Hypnotherapist, Artist and

Author.

Welcome. A little bit of my history. I was born in 1962 in Gloustershire and adopted at 18 months old. I grew up in London. As a qualified hypnotherapist I am able to help people overcome so many issues that can affect so many in today’s world. I love to help and pass on my positive attitude. After running a successful part time hypnotherapy practise I decided to go full time this year. I trained with and am a member of The British Association of Hypnotherapy. I have just become a Master Hypnotherapist dealing with age regression. My interest in art started in my school days and my enthusiasm is as great as ever. I have two diplomas, One from the Morris School of Journalism and the other from the London School of Art. Early on I worked mainly in cartooning and illustrations, I have had my work published in National newspapers both here and abroad and my illustrations have been published in books. I enjoy experimenting with different styles and techniques. I have a naturally creative mind and inspirations for my art comes from many different avenues, from stunning landscapes and rolling seas, to a moving piece of music. I love playing around with colour in my work from calming pastels to vivid sunset creations. Working mainly in acrylics I sometimes use an alternative media. I now live in Suffolk on the Cambridge, Essex borders, and I have enjoyed over 13 years of exhibiting my work. I feel a great sense of satisfaction and enjoyment meeting with visitors to my exhibitions and listening to their opinions of my work. The Carla Bear stories all came about from a series of paintings that I did years ago for my own boys. I created Carla Bear, then had a play with words and made a few sketches along with a short story. The paintings developed but the stories went back in the box until this year when I decided to not only continue with the stories, but to get them published. Well six books later and Carla Bear is going from strength to strength.