Do you worry about forgetting things? Are you afraid of sitting exams and tests? Do you wish you could be calmer and more focused? This audio contains tracks that will help you relax and feel calmer about studying for and sitting exams or tests. You are guided through a self-hypnosis process that helps you create a place of relaxation that you can go to in your mind’s eye. The improve-your-memory audio will guide you through steps that you can take to help you feel calmer about remembering and recalling information. Relaxed exams and tests help you to be calmer as you approach the examination day and to use the tips and techniques to help yourself be more focused and calm, both before and on the day of the exam or test.
The tracks are designed to help you think differently about remembering information and about exams and tests.
Customer Feedback: "I listened to this before my exams, and I certainly felt a lot calmer. I used the techniques to help me calm down and was able to concentrate better. I didn’t panic when I found I couldn’t answer a question. I just breathed deeply and moved on."
Anne Morrison is a qualified and experienced clinical and cognitive behaviour hypnotherapist, life coach, and NLP master practitioner. She is a full member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis, a Practitioner Member of the General Hypnotherapy Register, and an Associate Member of the Association of Coaching. Anne Morrison and Glen Harrold, another first class hypnotherapist, both trained with the prestigious London College of Clinical Hypnosis. Anne has their Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis, their Practitioner Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis, and their Practitioner Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy (CBH). CBH is a relatively new field that combines the best of CBT and hypnosis, helping people make changes consciously and unconsciously. Many of Anne Morrison’s audio products use this combination to help listeners make the changes they want to make to how they think, behave, and feel.
What members say
- jillian grant
Not useful to me but may work for others.
If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?
People who find hypnotherapy useful and who are taking exams.
What will your next listen be?
What does Anne Morrison bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Music and her voice and you can't relax and do the exercises when reading.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
I preferred this book but still find her tone a little patronising and slow. I may find it more useful than others in this genre when I need to take an exam in the future.