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Dr Julie Phillips-Moore
(Clinical Hypnotherapist & Naturopath)

Ph.D., Master Behavioural Health Science (Distinction), B.A.(Psych.), Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy, ND.

Julie works in the area of health psychology which is a wholistic approach that focuses on how all facets of your life have an impact on both your physical and mental health. Psychological studies show that the mind and body have a strong bi-directional link. As mental health declines, physical health can wear down; and if physical health declines, it can make a person feel mentally and emotionally, "down."

She treats a wide range of health issues by combining hypnotherapy, naturopathy (which includes homoeopathy and Bach flower remedies), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and nutrition.

Some of the conditions treated are:

  • stress-related illnesses
  • PTSD
  • anxiety (incl. performance anxiety)  
  • sleep disorders
  • mental and adrenal fatigue   
  • phobias
  • high blood pressure  
  • eating disorders
  • depression     
  • digestive imbalances
  • IBS

Julie is also an accredited HypnoBirthing practitioner (for both natural and caesarean births) and Fertility consultant.


HypnoBirthing teaches the techniques of relaxation, visualisation and breathing to prepare a mother-to-be for a calm, positive, birth. This programme also reduces stress and fatigue she may have and helps to alleviate any anxiety and fear surrounding labour and birth. Her husband/partner is also taught to help her achieve and maintain relaxation and focus.

The HypnoBirthing method also teaches the techniques of relaxation, visualisation and breathing to prepare mind and body for a calm, positive, caesarean birth. The mother-to-be learns how to address situations that may cause fear, and alleviate any reactions relating to medical procedures and/or surgical environments that can cause anxiety levels to rise.


Unexpressed emotions such as anguish, guilt or shame often felt after a termination, or sadness or grief after a miscarriage, can create extreme emotional conflict which affects every cell of the body and can cause or compound reproductive problems.

This mind-body programme reduces stress and increases confidence, instilling a sense of control which maximises chances of conceiving naturally and increases the success of medical assistance such as IVF.

Julie obtained her degree in Psychology, her Masters Degree in Behavioural Health Science (Distinction), and her Ph.D in the field of psychoneuroimmunology from the University of Sydney. She has lectured at the university in the Faculty of Health Sciences as a staff member and also as a guest lecturer in complementary medicine.

Further Qualifications:

  • Diploma of Counselling
  • Diploma of Homoeopathic Medicine
  • Diploma of Nutrition
  • Advance Diploma of Nutritional Medicine
  • Diploma of Herbal Medicine
  • Certificate of Advanced Training in EFT (Tapping)
  • Diploma of Remedial Massage

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