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Sue, Kings Bromley

Vicky exudes joy and empathy. She immediately put me at ease. Vicky carefully explains how RTT works and after just one session I cannot believe how different I feel. An invisible weight has been lifted from me and I am able to feel joy for the first time in a very long time. I have been able to let go of long held thoughts, which I never believed possible. I will be back for another session. Thank you Vicky – you are a truly amazing person.


When I had tried everything and thought there was no hope, with no way out…….
I met Vicky !!! Wow how my life has turned round.
I am truly blessed and so happy right now. Would highly recommend Vicky x

Clare, Rugeley

I had my first session with Vicky today. Wow. The session was amazing, Vicky makes you feel comfortable and at ease immediately. She really knows her stuff. Thank you Vicky, after only my first session I feel lighter, more comfortable in myself.
I would highly recommend Vicky to anyone and everyone! Brilliant! Xx


Vicky is a true inspiration herself. I have been through a pretty traumatic time over the years and through a lot especially most recently….I had a session with this beautiful ,lovely lady today well.. all I can say is…’just wow’ !!!. She’s truly blew me away. I can highly recommend Vicky in the therapy she does. She absolutely,100% knows her stuff,she makes you feel relaxed and at ease . Only my first session today but already invited people to her page and recommended her to several people who i know she can help.

Vicky Thank you!! xxx


Wow what a week so far, I had a session with Vicky last Saturday and I can’t believe how much she has help me and my life in just 4 days, before my session I had no confidence no self esteem and battled daily with anxiety and depression I found my job a struggle and felt unappreciated no matter how hard I tried, I found getting out of bed in the morning was enough for one day, I was carrying around what I called a black cloud which was blocking everything, feelings, emotion, drive you name it I was stuck, the thought of seeing a therapist terrified me as I’m not great at talking about my feelings, I carried around the “I’m a man I’m fine” attitude but really I wasn’t, Vicky is not there to judge you and she generally wants to help you, her techniques, skills and caring nature is something I can’t explain, I never thought we would have this kind of support and help in our life time, I would recommend Vicky and rtt to anyone,

Thank you Vicky x

Angela, Cheslyn Hay

I had my first VASK Therapy on Monday, I found the whole experience wonderful, & extremely helpful to me. I feel lighter, as in my body does not feel weighted down & more content. I would recommend Vicky, she has helped me so much.

Nancy Chi

Dear Viki
I never do reviews, but I feel compelled to write to you following my recent RTT session with you.
It was amazing, and I believe I can find my way forward thanks to your skill and professionalism in this wonderful therapy.

I would never have believed that an incident that happened so many years ago would have left such a negative impact on my life .

I now have the tools thanks to you and RTT to move forward in a positive way with the rest of my life.
Finally the recording of the positive mantra you gave me will be invaluable .

So a huge and grateful thank you Viki

Love from Nancy Chi xxx

Stacey, Burntwood

Well first of all I’d like to say what an absolute pleasure it is to say I know this lady! Vicky is a true inspiration, I admire her so much for the work she does and how passionate she is about helping people.
I had my first rtt session yesterday. WOW! Incredibly powerful, I feel so much weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I’m so ready for my future with a clear head, and the burden of past traumas no longer holding me back from being the person I am! I now know that I AM ENOUGH!
Vicky was so kind and caring, her wealth of knowledge and experience made me feel at ease and very comfortable.
I would highly recommend this to anyone, she can help with so many obstacles in life. Don’t hesitate, just do it, you won’t regret it!! Wish I’d of done it sooner!
Looking forward to my recording sessions to embed what I have already been taught. Thank you so much Vicky you truly are amazing xx

Rachel, Staffordshire

Everyone deserves and needs a session with Vicky. It was an amazing experience which has helped to clear my brain fog and baggage. Now I feel like I’m ready to start my journey.
Vicky was extremely professional and personable. My trust in her ability as a therapist, enabled me to unlock my barriers.
I really didn’t think the therapy would work on me but it did!
I would definitely recommend Vicky to anyone and everyone. I think it’s a necessity!
Thank you Vicky x

Kirsteen, Kings Bromley

I had no idea what to expect from my first session with Vicky today. I just knew I was going to leave feeling different to how I felt when I arrived…..boy was I not wrong.
RTT and VASK therapy is based around hypnotherapy, NLP, CBT and psychotherapy. I had an idea where my issues were but this therapy was able to pinpoint and help me address the unhealthy negative thoughts, that we all suffer from, and change my way of thinking. I feel much calmer and at ease with myself. I will listen to the audio file Vicky made specifically for me twice a day to make sure the new thought processes are embedded and become what I believe……I am enough.



I hadn’t been on an aeroplane until I was in my mid-teens, but my first experience was a really good one. Over the next 5 years I went on another couple of flights and had no fear whatsoever.
Then when I was around 21, I went on a short haul flight but had to sit away from the friend I had gone with. During that flight I became a little anxious but nothing I couldn’t cope with.
When we got back home, we had had such a good time that we wanted to book a holiday for the following year. We went into the travel agents the next day and I can remember whilst in there I had a knot in my stomach and felt really anxious. We booked a holiday for the following summer which was around ten months away and thought nothing more of it. How-ever as the months came and went and the holiday got nearer and nearer my anxiety grew and grew. Around 6 weeks before the holiday I felt physically sick at the thought of getting on the plane. I told my friend that I didn’t think I would be able to go, and well let’s just say she went mad at me.
For not wanting to ruin our friendship I went to the doctors and asked for help. I was prescribed some tablets that would help me relax to enable me to get on the plane. The day came to go on holiday and I took perhaps a couple more extra tablets than advised, just to get on the flight, and I looked as though I was drunk. I did get on the plane and fortunately the tablets I had took made me sleep for most of the flight, but I was so pleased when we landed. We were on holiday for 2 weeks and for the first week everything was ok but then as soon as we got into the second week all I could think about was the flight home and the anxiety ruined my second week away. I did get on the plane to come home but again had to resort to the pills to get me on the flight.
During my 20’s I did fly several times but every time I booked a holiday I would go through the same pain. Instead of really looking forward to spending to weeks in the sun having a fantastic time all I could think was how am I going to get on the flight. These were the days when you couldn’t pre-book seats so I would write to the airlines and plead for front row seats. My thought process for this was that I would be near the toilets if I felt ill, or if I had a panic attack perhaps the air stewards could hide me in the foyer of the plane?  I would have to go to the doctors to make sure I had enough tablets to get me on the plane. I would always have to book an early morning flight, so that I could just get up and go. I wouldn’t eat anything the day before a flight so that my stomach was empty and that may help with not going to the toilet or feeling sick. I would also worry about going to the toilet on the plane so then take tablets to stop me from going to the toilet.  I also over the years developed my flight bag, which contained things that would help me if I had a panic attack in the plane. In this bag were the following items, and I would use them in this order as my anxiety levels grew.
My tablets from the doctors
A bottle of water
Chewing Gum
A nose inhaler ( a blast to clear my nostrils)
A brown paper bag (in case I couldn’t breathe)
A mini fan
A wet flannel ( to cool me down if I was panicking)
As I got older and got married and had my children, I didn’t want my anxiety about flying to spoil the adventures we would have as a family. So, I did continue to go on holiday all be it short haul flights. However, every time we booked a holiday, I had the same crippling feelings and just seemed to be in a vicious circle overthinking what could happen. When my children were smaller, I had something else to focus on whilst we were on the flight. I would always be the one who had them on my lap during the take-off,  to take my mind off my own anxiety. As the children got older and more independent, I lost that comfort blanket of having them on my lap and so again my anxiety grew.
Every time we had booked a holiday I would countdown the number of weeks before we went. Most people do this in excitement, I did it dreading the thought of getting on a plane. The closer the holiday came the more anxious I became. I know this effected my family as I became a nightmare on the lead up to going, stressing about if I could bring myself to actually go on holiday or whether or not to cancel. Several times I would be in tears just before we left our house to go to the airport, sobbing at the thought of being unable to get of the flight. Once the plane was in the air, I knew there was nothing I could do so would relax a little bit right up until the cabin crew closed the door, I knew I still had the opportunity of getting off the plane, and several times I was close.
This escalated a few years ago when we had booked to go away and yet again on the lead up to the holiday my anxiety was at an all-time high. A couple of days before the holiday I cried to my husband and said I really didn’t think I would be able to go. Having gone through this probably 20 times before, he reassured me as he always had. The day arrived to go away and I just couldn’t bring myself to go. I convinced my husband to take the children without me and watched them go without me. It wasn’t what they wanted nor was it what I wanted but at that point I just could not force myself to go. Doing this to my family nearly broke me. I cried every day they were away. Apart from my dad I didn’t tell anyone I hadn’t gone and became a recluse for the two weeks as I was so ashamed and embarrassed that I hadn’t gone and let them all down.
At this point I knew things had escalated so bad and I needed help but having tried to get help in the past didn’t really know who to turn to. Since then, I have seen several people who have given me therapy and hypnosis to try to stop these thoughts but none of these have made me feel confident about flying again. I had almost resigned myself to the thought I would never go abroad again but once I am on holiday, I really do enjoy myself and I know that my family does, so I really wanted to beat this once and for all.
Then I came across Vicky and Vask Therapy ‘The Fear of Flying Expert’. I thought I would contact her to see if she could help. I was a little sceptical having tried to so many people in the past and not having any success.  I spoke to Vicky over the phone and talked about how I had struggled for all these years. She was very reassuring and also shared her own life experience and how she could relate to my anxiety. She booked me in for a session with her the following week. I was apprehensive before my session but this was short-lived. Vicky made me feel comfortable within the first minute. She was warming and caring and so easy to respond to. Being an ex-flight supervisor, she knows everything there is to know about flying and spent time reassuring me about what happens before, during and after a flight. Once she feels that you are at ease, she is able to relax you into a hypnotic state and then get you to come up with 3 child hood memories. These were memories I had perhaps not thought about for years but from this Vicky was able to work with this and somehow relate this to my fear of flying. During this session I shed a few tears, but at no point did I feel pressured or uncomfortable. It was intense but at the end of the session I felt tired but also amazing. Vicky also gave me a recording to listen to for the following three weeks.
I am absolutely amazed by the results just one session with Vicky has had on my life. I went to see her about my fear of flying and to try to conquer that. However, I think this was just the tip of the iceberg! I feel fantastic, confident and have a completely different outlook on life. Although I haven’t booked a flight as yet I am keen to book for the not-too-distant future and have no anxiety about doing this. There is a big world out there to explore and I cannot believe the fear I once had prevented me from doing this. I am looking forward to getting back to spending quality time with my family and having new adventures. I have changed so much just in a few weeks. Vicky is so amazing I honestly cannot thank her enough. She doesn’t just help you; she inspires you and for me has totally changed my life. If you are struggling with any form of anxiety or the depression that can stem from this, please get in touch with her and let her help you.