A Brief Summary of Steven & His Work
Steven has had a very varied life, from leaving school at 16 with no qualifications to winning a National Training Award for individual achievement when 42 and gaining a Masters degree at the age of 44. Whilst school wasn't great for him he has spent all the rest of his life studying, looking for how to make things better for himself and others. In 2011 he fulfilled a lifelong ambition and trained as a therapist and became an NLP Master Practitioner. He learned a technique to remove pain and ended 50 years of his own suffering of severe back problems and has been free of chronic pain ever since. He went on to develop a simple and effective technique and methodology to help others get themselves out of pain (without needing a trance state). In 2016 he ran FREE pain clinics and developed his skills and methodology (OldPain2Go) based on a concept he calls BrainBargaining. In November 2016 He trained the first 5 Practitioners in OldPain2Go®. Currently 1,621 Practitioners have trained, arriving somewhat organically without any paid marketing push. OldPain2Go® is now worldwide. His mission is to help as many people as possible in the world out of pain - and he has certainly made a great start. So you are welcome here, how can he help you contribute to that?
Book a Treatment Session with Steven
Steven offers Pain Review Sessions for physical and emotional pain. This is a Talking/Listening therapy where BrainBargaining takes place. The part of us in control of the problematic issue gets the chance to update everything it takes into consideration when running that program, with the intended outcome that it decides to let go of that old useless program.
You can train to help others
Learn how to help yourself and others be free of pain. 8 hours training full of gold nuggets of how to work quickly and effectively to reset or remove old programs, thoughts and behaviours.
Stevens' Client Feedback Videos
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