“He put the migraines down to stress, but they started coming on when I wasn’t even at work.
“I couldn’t arrange anything with family and friends in advance, in case I got a migraine that day, and if I did make plans I’d often have to cancel.”
In May 2012, Kimberley became an estate agent.
“I would get out the office for plenty of fresh air, but the migraines didn’t go away,” she says.
“Then that August I saw an advert online, claiming regression therapy could cure health conditions.
“I was sceptical but reasoned it couldn’t make my migraines any worse, so why not give it a go. I visited Nicolas who put me to sleep then asked who I was in my past life and what I could see,” Kimberley says.
“A vision appeared clearly in my mind. My name was Charlotte and I was in my twenties. I lived in an old shack with my parents and 8-year-old brother, in 19th century America.
“Nicholas asked what happened next and the words flowed out my mouth. Our house had burnt down and my family was dead.
«In the next scene I was married with a child. But my husband worked away, so feeling lonely I left him and lived as a single parent.
“One day I walked out onto our porch and a beam fell and hit me on the left side of my head – the exact point where my migraines always struck.
“While I was hypnotised I could feel the intense pain, even though it wasn’t real. “After Nicolas brought me round, I felt tired, like I’d had a long sleep, but hopeful.”
Now, despite the stress of buying her first home with fiancé Sam, 29, and planning their wedding, Kimberley hasn’t had any migraines.
Kimberley says. “I’d recommend it to anyone. It’s painless so I’m all for it.”