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The Lowestoft woman whose hypnotism transforms lives

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A woman from Lowestoft who has practiced hypnotism since 2009 has helped to change many people's lives over the years.

Katina Chapman, 51, who has offices in Lowestoft and Norwich, was inspired to ditch her HR job and become a hypnotist after her husband Neil, 55, was hit by a car while he was riding a bike.

Since then, Mrs Chapman has helped hundreds of clients overcome fears of flying, anxiety and stress.

Katina Chapman was inspired to become a hypnotherapist after her husband was run over by a driver in a car. - Credit: Katina Chapman

She said: "I've always had a fascination with how the mind works.

"We did not know the full extent of the damage when my husband was injured.

"He couldn't move his hand and it turned out he crushed a part of his spine with doctors saying he could become paralysed.

"So I started researching hypnotherapy and went on a two day course to learn how it can help with pain.

"I came back from this course all excited and used........

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