About Hypnotherapy

How can Hypnotherapy help?

Hypnotherapy may help you conquer undesired habits, boost confidence, stress management, help with anxieties and fears. Strengthen self confidence and boost ego.

Hypnotherapy may help you to achieve changes including:

Anger management
Anxiety
Blushing
Bruxism
Dentist fear
Driving test fears
Exam nerves
Fears and phobias
Goal achievement
Habits, nail biting etc
Obsessions and compulsions
Public speaking
Relaxation
Self confidence
Smoking cessation
Sports performance
Stress management
Weight control/loss

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind wherein we can communicate with both the subconscious and conscious parts to help focus and resolve conflict. Hypnosis is not a sleep state but is a completely natural deep state of relaxation using our natural ability to use our imagination.

Is there a hypnotised feeling?

There is no such thing as a ‘hypnotised feeling’, some people may go into a deep state of relaxation but others remain totally aware of their surroundings. You will be in full control and able to speak, open your eyes and even move around and cannot be made to do anything you do not want to do.

Most of us are often in a state of hypnosis at some point in the day, perhaps when we are driving and go into auto-pilot, reading a book or watching television we may become oblivious to everything and everyone around us, these are all examples of hypnosis.

What is the difference between Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis is the tool hypnotherapists use to enable a deep state of relaxation and focus. Hypnotherapy is the tool used once that deep state is achieved to enable therapy for change.

Are Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Safe?

Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are completely safe, there are no side effects, except positive changes. You are in control the whole time and cannot be made to say or do anything you do not want to and you can bring yourself out at any time.

You cannot get stuck in hypnosis, what you see on stage acts is exactly that, a stage act for entertainment

What happens during Hypnotherapy?

During hypnosis the hypnotherapist will guide you, using suggestion and imagery to reach a deeper state of focus and awareness than you are usually able to access, using your subconscious mind to resolve emotional stresses, inner conflicts and fears which may be prompting behaviours, attitudes, habits and worries.

Often conflicts which affect our everyday lives are buried deep in the subconscious where our emotions and instincts live, by accessing these emotions and instincts your hypnotherapist may guide you to enable emotional and psychological changes to resolve these symptoms as well as motivating you to find a better way of life.

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind wherein we can communicate with both the subconscious and conscious parts to help focus and resolve conflict. Hypnosis is not a sleep state but is a completely natural deep state of relaxation using our natural ability to use our imagination.

Is there a hypnotised feeling?

There is no such thing as a ‘hypnotised feeling’, some people may go into a deep state of relaxation but others remain totally aware of their surroundings. You will be in full control and able to speak, open your eyes and even move around and cannot be made to do anything you do not want to do.

Most of us are often in a state of hypnosis at some point in the day, perhaps when we are driving and go into auto-pilot, reading a book or watching television we may become oblivious to everything and everyone around us, these are all examples of hypnosis.

What is the difference between Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis is the tool hypnotherapists use to enable a deep state of relaxation and focus. Hypnotherapy is the tool used once that deep state is achieved to enable therapy for change.

Are Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Safe?

Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are completely safe, there are no side effects, except positive changes. You are in control the whole time and cannot be made to say or do anything you do not want to and you can bring yourself out at any time.

You cannot get stuck in hypnosis, what you see on stage acts is exactly that, a stage act for entertainment

What happens during Hypnotherapy?

During hypnosis the hypnotherapist will guide you, using suggestion and imagery to reach a deeper state of focus and awareness than you are usually able to access, using your subconscious mind to resolve emotional stresses, inner conflicts and fears which may be prompting behaviours, attitudes, habits and worries.

Often conflicts which affect our everyday lives are buried deep in the subconscious where our emotions and instincts live, by accessing these emotions and instincts your hypnotherapist may guide you to enable emotional and psychological changes to resolve these symptoms as well as motivating you to find a better way of life.

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