Belfast Hypnotherapy - Alan Gilchrist - Interview Nerves Reviews
Reviews and Testimonials using Fast Track Hypnosis
Over the years my waiting room walls have gathered quite a lot of reviews and letters from past clients telling of how Alan Gilchrist Fast Track Hypnosis has helped them to stop smoking. Many people coming through my door for the first time will say to me " I bet you haven't heard of my problem before".
Then I would point to a letter or review from someone with a similar problem.
All the reviews and testimonials on this page are genuine and from clients who have successfully overcame interview nerves using my system.
Please note, the original reviews, letters and emails are held at my Belfast office.
" Before coming to see Alan Gilchrist I was in my final year at university and had already applied for a number of jobs. However, as the interview dates drew closer I became overwhelmed by panic and anxiety.
Given the current economic climate I was very aware that the competition for each job was fierce. I had a crisis of confidence regarding my ability to come across well in an interview. This affected me to such an extent that I began to cancel each of the interviews one by one, but my ability to face up to my fears regarding interviews just made me feel worse.
Finally a friend suggested hypnosis as a last ditch attempt to find the courage to face up to my interview fears.
I made an appointment to see Alan Gilchrist and had a session of " Fast Track " therapy. This session together with listening to the specially designed CD gave me the confidence to finally face my fears and turn up for an interview. Once in the interview the Hypnotherapy treatment also helped me to remain calm and relaxed even when faced with very challenging questions. I'm pleased to say that I was contacted later that week and offered the job!
I called you a couple of weeks go and my wife went to see you for interview nerves. She asked me to send you a quick message of thanks as she had no fear at all on the night of the interview's (she actually did even better in the second one)
Well just to let you know she got the job she wanted and was very thankful to you and your work.
All the very best in the future and we will mention your name anytime we can. A....& L.... C....."
I was in with you at the start of February - problem with panic attacks in promotion board interviews. I had my interview this morning so I thought I would let you know that it went fine. No Panic, flushes or light headedness this time. I went in and conducted myself with confidence and had no problem answering the questions. Any instances where my mind went blank , I was able to compose myself and get some sort of answer together after a quick "scan " of my mind.
Like anyone after an interview , in hindsight I might have answered some questions differently but that is standard for most normal people in an interview situation.
I may or may not have hit the points the panel were looking for but a least I conducted myself assertively and with dignity.
Many thanks again Alan - think I have exorcised my "demons" , and would have no problem going for one of these criteria based interviews again. I'll have to wait a month or so before the results come out , so whatever happens happens! Bye for now, Rodney .........."
I attended yourself due to lack of confidence which was brought to the forefront by going to a job interview. Well I was successful in my Interview, I was more relaxed and focused an what I was saying and more in control. I was told later by the panel I did an excellent interview."
"Dear Alan, Thank you so very, very much for everything you have taught me to do. YOU are the one who showed me the way and for that I will always be grateful! You make the world a better place for people like me. I wish you happiness and success in life too!"
"Dear Alan, sorry it has taken me so long to contact you. I attended you due to lack of confidence, which was brought to the forefront by going for a job interview. Well I was successful in my interview and have started my new job. During the interview I was more relaxed and focused on what I was saying, and more in control. I was told later by the panel I did and excellent interview.
Many thanks for all your help."