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Wallington, Surrey (PRWEB UK) 17 February 2013
The study involved 328 of their clients. 153 were clients who were having hypnotherapy for anxiety and 175 were being seen for issues unrelated to anxiety. In the study their clients were asked a set of simple questions. One of the questions was Do you consider yourself to be a creative person, yes or no?
The results showed that 88% of the anxiety clients believed that they were creative in some way, whereas surprisingly, only 47% of the non-anxiety clients believed they were creative.
Paul Howard, the anxiety specialist at The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy said, The results were quite unexpected and lead us to believe that creative people have a higher propensity for developing anxiety conditions.