Atomic Kitten singer Natasha Hamilton quits pop to retrain as an ‘unconscious mind therapist’

ATOMIC Kitten singer Natasha Hamilton has quit her pop career to retrain as an “unconscious mind therapist.”

The 38-year-old plans to help others change their mindsets and fulfil their dreams – after becoming a “different” woman herself. 

A source said: “Natasha has been completely blown away by this different way of working with the mind and now wants to help others thrive, helping them break free of their self-limiting beliefs.

“She knows people think of her as a singer but she’s moved on from that and believes this is the way to move forward in her life.

“She’s spent the week learning how to rewire her feelings to feel more positive and confident and has even been hypnotized as part of it.”

She hastraining alongside the UKs No1 unconscious mind therapist Robert Hisee.

Speaking about the experience and change of direction, she said:  “I am a different woman now to that of five/six years ago but it’s not been an easy journey. 

“Taking back control of your life takes commitment but with these new skills I have learnt from Robert I will be able to fast track people’s need to live a fulfilled life.”

According to Robert, UMT is dealing with the unconscious mind and looking at the process of the recovery, rather than the content.

He believes it is far more powerful and effective making changes fast and dealing with people's inner feelings, thoughts, values and beliefs.

Flame-haired Natasha was parachuted into Atomic Kitten’s line-up when she replaced Heidi Range in 1999.

The group split in 2003 before briefly reforming in 2012 and on a number of occasions after that until Kerry Katona quit once again in 2017. 

In 2015 Natasha appeared in Celebrity Big Brother, which saw her come in third place. 

She has son Josh with nightclub owner and original Love Island champ Fran Cosgrave, Harry with dancer Gavin Hatcher, Alfie with businessman Riad Erraji, and daughter Ella with Five's Ritchie Neville.

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