Hypnotherapy

About Hypnotherapy

Clinical Hypnotherapy is not the same as Stage Hypnotherapy as seen on the television or stage.  During Clinical Hypnotherapy you can expect to enter a deep state of relaxation (trance), where you will at all times remain fully conscious and fully aware of what is said and what you may say.

You cannot be made to do or say anything against your will while in a trance. You will always be in complete control. During clinical hypnotherapy suggestions are made to your subconscious mind, that will enable you to develop control over your presenting issue. You cannot get stuck under hypnosis.

Basically it's a natural state of deep physical relaxation and heightened subconscious awareness. Hypnosis feels like day-dreaming. It tunes into the subconscious mind where beliefs and behaviours learned throughout our lives are stored. These are the building blocks with which our emotional well-being and personal characteristics are constructed. Hypnosis has proven to be a powerful tool for maintaining well-being and restoring our peace of mind.

Hypnosis has been recognised as a complementary therapy by the British Medical Association since 1955.

What Conditions Can it Help?

  • Lack of Confidence
  • Stress
  • Alcohol Reduction or Cessation
  • Anxiety
  • Panic Attacks
  • Phobias
  • Depression
  • Pain
  • Personal Development

What Benefits can be Expected from Hypnotherapy?

Many people who struggle to deal with problems or bad habits for years find that hypnotherapy works when conscious effort alone cannot, enabling them to make positive, lasting changes with ease.

Anyone can benefit from hypnotherapy as an empowering means of reaching their full potential and overcoming negative ways of thinking, feeling or behaving.

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