Andrew T. Austin: trainer, therapist, writer
“He uses many stories and examples from his therapeutic experience… Andrew T. Austin is one of few trainers who I’ve met who knows what he doing and what he wants to do. Absolutely, perfect job. Every time I discover something new in what I implement to my life and job.“ Piotrek Podgórski, Poland.
Author of the best selling book, “The Rainbow Machine – Tales from a Neurolinguist’s Journal“ and developer and trainer of the Integral Eye Movement Therapy and Metaphors of Movement.
Based in the British seaside village of Rustington and living at the back of the former home of J.M. Barrie (author of, “Peter Pan”) Andrew T. Austin is a NLP Master Practitioner and Clinical Hypnotherapist (British Hypnosis Research, Royal Masonic Hospital, London) with a clinical background in Neurosurgery and Clinical Neurology at the UK’s largest teaching hospital as a Registered Nurse.
In 2007, Andrew T. Austin was an assistant to Paul Mckenna and Richard Bandler in London on their NLP Practitioner and NLP Trainers Training, has two chapters featured in Mark Andreas’s book, “Sweet Fruit From a Bitter Tree” and has been published in a number of popular magazines including ‘The Fortean Times’ and ‘Best’.
With many of his articles recommended by a number of leading universities as study material for psychology students, he is regularly consulted by television production and media companies regarding alternative psychology, hypnosis and neurological syndromes.
In 2009, Austin appeared in the BBC current affairs program, “Inside Out” discussing the problems of unregulated hypnotherapists.
Private Therapy Sessions
Andrew sees clients for private therapy sessions using an eclectic approach involving integral eye movement therapy (IEMT), NLP, clinical hypnosis and metaphors of movement.
“As a member of the organizing committee It was a pleasure having Andy with us in Goa. An absolutely cool guy with no hassles at all. The sessions were full of life, energy and great humor. Andy as a trainer is very organized, punctual and well prepared with his subject. He knows exactly how to pull the crowd to pay attention. The IEMT workshop was a great success and the participants who flew down to Goa from far and wide have unforgettable memories to cherish all their life. The sales workshop was a great as well and on behalf of my team IMPACT I would like to thank Andrew T Austin for coming down to Goa and enlightening so many minds to good to mankind. Thank you Andy!” Dr. Millisha Silveira
“Andrew Austin is clear, original, and outspoken about mental illness, medication, and psychiatry. His skills were honed by years of experience in the ‘trenches’ of psychiatry, so he knows what he is talking about.” Steve Andreas
“Andy’s work is exceptional on all levels. His IEMT and neurolinguistic training I have found to be insightful, deeply and wonderfully provoking (even provocative!) to conventional therapeutic and nlp thought. The results my clients are experiencing from his IEMT model are far better than I, and they, ever could have expected. Fab work Andy – thankyou.” Gill Eardley
“Andrew is charisma, humour and style personified. The four days that we spent with him has left me in awe of him; wanting more of his unique style of presenting himself, the contents,”reality” of ourselves etc. His knowledge and experience in various fields has made him an absolute best in his domain. Andrew, thank you for giving me the opportunity to learn a lot from you both on the training and after it, I can see the changes in myself and really looking forward to the Metaphors of Movement and much more the next time we meet. God Bless You.” Jaspreet
“In a field filled with pretense, Andy’s evident openness and curiosity for what is and what could be are very welcome… in addition to his considerable skills.” Charles Faulkner
“Andy is as insightful in person as his website would suggest. Unorthodox, perhaps, but always passionate; his grasp of his chosen subject is, frankly, astonishing and matched only by the single mindedness with which he pursues still deeper understanding.” Dr. Alan Lush, PhD