• When I see Christopher Hansard I feel safe and understood. I recommend him to anyone needing help to change their lives.' FS , London

  • Compassionate insight, an understanding of a wide range of approaches , combined with respect for my life story, made having Christopher as a practitioner so appreciated and life-affirming." V.T., New York, Vancouver & London

  • 'Christopher has helped me to understand how I became so depressed iand provided me with tools to ensure I can maintain balance and well-being in the future.' JD, London

  • 'Christopher Hansard showed me how to help myself in such a way that I was finally able to turn my life around and get on with living. It was the most amazing experience of my life.' A.B.J, San Francisco

  • 'I was unhappy and angry about being unhappy. After 2 sessions with Christopher I cut through that knot, I stopped avoiding my 'stuff' and now I enjoy living day by day, my sessions with Christopher are part of my steps to making a more fulfilled life.' J.Y, New York, London

About Christopher Hansard

Christopher Hansard runs a busy international online practice working a Psychotherapist and as a Physician of Tibetan Dur Bon Medicine. Christopher Hansard is a Physician of Tibetan Dur Bon medicine trained since childhood. Christopher uses a secure Online Video service, specially designed for doctors, and psychotherapists.

He offers down to earth effective help online, offering quick results with lasting outcomes. He runs both a general online practice and specilaises in psychological trauma and chronic illness. Christopher has helped thousands of people around the world through his workshops, consultations and best selling books.

Christopher has been in practice for over thirty years and is the author of three bestselling books on pre-Buddhist Tibetan medicine, health, lifestyle and spirituality; first published in the United Kingdom by Hodder & Stoughton and in the U.S.A by Simon & Schuster, and in 16 foreign languages and eBooks. They are available online and in book stores. His books helped to make pre-Buddhist Tibetan medicine understandable to a wide global audience. The books are:

The Tibetan Art of Living:
Wise Body, Wise Mind, Wise Life

The Tibetan Art of Positive Thinking:
Successful Thoughts for Successful Living

The Tibetan Art of Serenity:
How to Heal Fear and Gain Contentment

Christopher has twice spoken at the Oxford Union addressing issues on health, anxiety and social change and has given key note addresses to many organisations around the world. Christopher has been interviewed about his work for The Sunday Times, The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Scotsman, Scotsman on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph, Vogue, The London Evening Standard, The Daily Express, Mail on Sunday and many other international publications.

Christopher specialises in the emotional, physical and psychological aspects of:

Anxiety, General Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Anger & Aggression, Bullying,


Challenging Behaviour, Mood Swings,

Chronic & Long Term Illness,

Depression, Grief & Loss,

Health Anxiety, Internet Harrassment, Insomnia,

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD),

Pain, Panic & Panic Disorders, Psychosis, Phobias

Stalking, Shame,Self-Criticism, Social Anxiety

Traumatic Events,Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD),

Terrorism & Terrorist Incidents



The methods Christopher uses are:

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, (MBCT)

Mindfulness & Meditation for Trauma (MMT)

Tibetan Dur Bon Medicine


Professional Memberships:

Christopher Hansard is a member of the following organisations

and is bound by their regulations, codes of ethhics, conduct and practice


Association of Behavioural & Cognitive Therapies,

Association of Contextual Behavioural Science

Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists

European Health Psychology Society

International Society for Mental Health Online

United Kingdon Society of Behavioural Medicine

UK Society for Behaviour Analysis

Royal Society of Medicine

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