Monday, 23 October 2017

Therapist receives award from Jamie Oliver

A WOMAN from Henley has won an award from Jamie Oliver for her work as a cognitive hypnotherapist.

A WOMAN from Henley has won an award from Jamie Oliver for her work as a cognitive hypnotherapist.

Fiona Nicolson worked with the apprentices at the chef?s London restaurant Fifteen for more than three years.

Oliver?s apprentice programme used food to give disengaged young people a chance of a better future. Each year, the restaurant recruits 18 apprentices, aged 18 to 25, and trains them to become professional chefs. The 12-month programme includes on-the-job training, college work and personal development.

Mrs Nicolson said she helped to free the apprentices from the mental blocks and beliefs that stopped them reaching their full potential.

?They have often had a tough start in life,? she said. ?Their grit, determination and courage have seen them through against the odds.?

Mrs Nicolson, who holds clinics in Henley and Harley Street, London, was presented with the award at the apprentices? graduation ceremony.

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