My name is Andrew Parr.
I’ve worked as a Consultant Hypnotherapist for over 20 years, and have been involved in Tinnitus Research for over 6 years. I currently have a private practice in London’s Harley Street.
Over the years I have helped all sorts of people with all sorts of problems, and many of those have included Tinnitus patients, but it was my involvement with the Tinnitus Research Initiative [TRI] (a privately funded, world-wide Tinnitus Research Organization) that accelerated my experience of Tinnitus.
I do not claim to be an expert, by any means, but I have spent a lot of time investigating this phenomenon, and have also spent a lot of time talking to, listening to, hanging out with and chatting with many of the worlds leading experts and researchers in this field. Some of these I now consider to be good friends.
I first met Pabel Jastroboff (one of the worlds leading authorities on Tinnitus) at the first full TRI conference several years ago. His theory is still the most widely accepted, as far as I know, yet he was still gracious enough to be a willing participant in a workshop I was asked to present two years later, entitled “Challenging Our basic Assumptions”. Or in other words… “What if Pabel’s got it wrong?”.
That’s what I liked about Tinnitus Research. With very few exceptions, pretty much all the worlds leading authorities on the subject still seemed open to discussion and debate which means at any moment a new breakthrough could come from any source and any idea – however abstract.
As a hypnotherapist most want to know if I really can just “click my fingers” and send this Tinnitus sound away.
Theoretically, yes, it is that easy, but practice is somewhat different, as it varies from person to person, depending upon a number of factors, including individual personality & type of tinnitus.
In my Tinnitus Relief Programme I have put across the principles of what I do in exercises that are easy for you to follow.
It will help many people and I sincerely hope that you are one of them.
Thank you for taking the time to read a little about me – hope you find the site and the program useful.