Nicole Margetts

Marisa Peer (RTT) Hypnotherapist


My name is Nicole. Helping people has been one of my favourite things for as long as I can remember. I love seeing people succeed and take pride in the toolbox of skills, techniques and knowledge that I’ve acquired over the last 30 years to support people in achieving their goals.

I grew up in a small farming village in Southern Alberta, and have been blessed with opportunities to work and study throughout Canada and the world. Home is now Christchurch, New Zealand. My professional experience has been people-focused and diverse; starting with mentally & physically challenged children and adults at the start of my career, then youth-at-risk, international students and over the last decade entrepreneurs and business leadership. The common theme has been helping people overcome what is holding them back and move toward the life they desire.

Discovering RTT and training with Marisa Peer in 2018 has taken my life to a whole new level of happiness and ease. Plagued with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after the 2011 Christchurch earthquakes I was on a quest to find relief from the seemingly endless and unpredictable symptoms; anxiety, insomnia, panic attacks, depression, uncontrollable shaking, memory loss, incapacitating new fears; of flying, heights, enclosed spaces. After seven years of trying every type of therapy under the sun, I found RTT. From the very first session, symptoms started to disappear and over a matter of months I was free of all symptoms. I now feel even better than before the PTSD.

Drawing on my knowledge base in education and human resource management to create practical strategies for success and using the brain-changing techniques of RTT to up-level the unconscious mind- my aim is to empower clients to bring their gifts and talents more fully into the world, no holds barred.

Session topics could include; life purpose, staying calm under pressure, stress, anxiety, fear of success, stepping up to leadership, public speaking, imposter syndrome, creativity, academic performance, self-belief, confidence, job interviews, motivation, feeling good enough.