He has extensive experience of providing therapy to help clients overcome difficult, sometimes unusual personal problems which include emotional or psychological issues and unwanted habits.
Bill trained with the London College of Clinical Hypnosis – which in partnership with the University of West London and accredited by the British Accreditation Council, the Open University, Greenwich University plus the Royal College of Nursing –gaining an Advanced Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy.
His specialist expertise is helping people with stress-related conditions – including irritable bowel syndrome and asthma.
A full member of both the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis and the British Association of Medical Hypnosis, Bill also established the James Braid Society – a professional forum for hypnotherapists – was its Secretary for ten years and still serves on its organising committee.
In addition he is a member of the Register of Approved Gastro-Intestinal Psychotherapists and Hypnotherapists and the UK Register of IBS Therapists.
Founding Editor of the European Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Bill Doult has long been concerned with promoting greater research into the clinical applications of hypnosis and has organised a research study examining hypnotherapy as a resource for asthma and emphysema patients.