National Society 
    of Professional Hypnotherapists. GHSC: 
       General Hypnotherapy Standards Council GHR: 
	 General Hypnotherapy Register The Medical School 
            Hypnosis Association co-ordinates research projects and promotes the use of clinical hypnosis in the medical 
Stan Gerard HypnotherapyAberdeen. DSNU(H), MNSPH, MNFSH, NRH, SQHP, G.H.R.(Reg). MNCP(Sen Accred). TFT-Dx. COSCA Registered.
Registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC),
Accredited by the National Regulatory Register for Hypnotherapy,
Registered Healer & Hypnotherapist,
In private practice at: "Serendipity"
Provost Young's House,
28 Marischal Street,
Aberdeen AB11 5AJ
Scotland, U.K.
Member of the Advisory Council of the National Society of Professional Hypnotherapists.
As seen on "Kilroy", BBC1, BBC2, STV & Grampian TV.


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Tel: 01224 213 808
or 01224 594774
Mob: 07730 468 183

    STAN GERARD has 30 years experience as a civil engineer. He was Agent (Infrastructure) on the Channel Tunnel Project for TML and is used to crisis-management.

    Over the past 20 years he has been developing his gift and experience as a healer and hypnotherapist and normally works in private practice at 'Serendipity', 28 Marischal Street, Aberdeen (01224 - 213 808).

    He has been featured on a number of radio programmes and appeared in:

  • Grampian TV's: 'The Mysterious North' (22.06.1996),
  • BBC1's "Kilroy" (23.02.2001)
  • repeated on BBC2 (27.07.2001) and
  • 'Faith Without Walls: Mind, Body, Spirit'
    on STV and Grampian TV on 19.08.2001.

    A number of his patients' published stories have been reported in the local, national and Sunday papers and national journals - stories including those who had been suffering from:

  • paralysis and multiple injuries,
  • rheumatoid arthritis, asthma,
  • endometriosis, ME/post-viral syndrome,
  • food intolerances, skin problems, allergies and stress,
  • brain tumour,
  • epilepsy,
  • arms, back and neck problems,
  • decades of pain,
  • kidney stones,
  • anorexia.

    He has conducted a pilot-study on restricted neck movement (RNM) with a paper published in the Journal of the Hypnotherapy Research Society (1999) [see Publications], described by their Editor as, "an exciting clinical piece, ... albeit only tangentially related to hypnotherapy: he has produced clinical data on some physical effects of spiritual healing - something which is very hard to come by".

    After successfully completing four modules of the Health Services and Public Health Research Certificate Course at the Medical School, University of Aberdeen, his pilot-study on RNM was followed-up by a randomised controlled trial funded by Grampian Primary Care NHS Trust with academic and statistical support by the Department of General Practice and Primary Care, University of Aberdeen.

    Results are available online: A randomized controlled trial of spiritual healing in restricted neck movement, from the: Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (JACM) 2003:9;(4);467-477

    [Updated 27/11/2005, 5.10.2013, 10.11.2013]