Counselling & Hypnotherapy in Hunstanton

Are you going through a difficult time right now ?


Would you like to talk to a counsellor – someone who is professional, non-judgmental and who you can trust with your deepest insecurities and issues, whatever your problems may be.

It doesn’t matter how silly you think your problem is. You may not even know what it is that makes you feel this way.

Sometimes just by talking to someone, like a counsellor, who is completely detached and there just for you, these feelings can be turned around and instead of dreading life, you begin to enjoy it again.

If you could find a counsellor who would do this you would want to know more wouldn’t you?

My name is Sandie Payne and I am a counsellor & hypnotherapist in Hunstanton. I work with people just like you in an empathic way to confidentially support and guide you to a happier you.

Whatever your issues – I’m here to help. There is no charge for the first consultation, so give me a call and we can start the ball rolling.

Call or Text 07842 974 748 for an appointment NOW.

If I am unable to take your call because I am with a client, please just leave your name and number and I will call you back as soon as I’m free.

Or please click HERE complete the counsellor contact form and I will get back to you.

My New therapy

My work has opened up to reveal to me over the time as a counsellor / hypnotherapist, the need of company. For some of you, life has become a lonely place. You may not be able to get out and about now, or you may have a loved one who is taken with dementia and although they have the care in personal hygiene, they may not have any mental stimulus.

You as the carer should also not be forgotten. You need to be looked after too!

My new therapy is to offer help to those people who may be lonely or have dementia, or for you the carer. I will come to your home, engage in conversation and help with any concerns you may have, regarding emotions or to simply just chat. I also work with many different tools, such as essential oils, music, gentle exercises and more, to help bring back engagement with those with dementia.