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Leading UK Psychotherapist Peter Field’s New Book Is Instant Best-Seller

Press Release   •   Feb 22, 2016 10:44 GMT

Leading British psychotherapist Peter Field’s inspiring new book “How to Be Gay and Happy” has reached the top of the best-selling list on Amazon UK.

Field, a leading British hypno-psychotherapist with busy practices in Birmingham and London, is the author of three books, two of which became best sellers shortly after their release.

Three years in the writing, ”How to Be Gay and Happy” is the result of a lifetime of experience, and intense research. This informative book offers a blueprint to greater happiness for any LGBT person.

Says Field, “So many of the people who turn to the therapist for help are gay, lesbian or trans – though not all will automatically disclose this fact. Most will have experienced homophobia or transphobia in some form or other, and this will have created or enhanced their difficulties. My book takes any gay or trans person from self-doubt to self-affirmation.”

The book is also a valuable resource for family and friends of gay people, as well as for therapists wishing to learn more about issues facing LGBT people, and how to better help them.

Known as “the therapists’ therapist”, over the course of 35 years Field has become a globally recognized authority on psychotherapy, hypnosis and health. He has helped countless people to deal with life’s difficulties, including those connected with gender and sexuality.

About Peter Field

Peter Field is a registered psychotherapist, hypno-psychotherapist, author, and Huffington Post (New York Edition) columnist. He is a Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Health.

His book “The Chi of Change” became the Amazon Number One Best-Seller in its categories in both the UK and the USA soon after it was published.

Peter Field's Hypnotherapy Birmingham and London clinics specialize in hypno-psychotherapy.

Rainbow Champions is an organization that provides assertive life skills and confident communication training for gay men and women, bisexual, trans, and gender fluid persons in companies and organizations across the UK and Europe.