Hypnotherapy

hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy can accelerate the healing process in many psychological and physiological problems without the risks and side effects caused by other treatments. Hypnotherapy is a natural and effective approach to mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. Doctors are increasingly referring patients for hypnotherapy as it has the advantage of being non-invasive and complementary to orthodox medicine.

I offer courses in hypnotherapy to both adults and children. Courses run from four weekly sessions

Individual Hypnotherapy session (50 mins)

Concessions available for volunteer and trainee hypnotherapists or benefit claimants

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy can be described as an effective and speedy technique of psychotherapy using hypnosis to gain access to the sub-conscious mind. This gives us the ability to help change programming and conditioning from childhood, sometimes releasing memories for evaluation, thereby bringing about rapid and permanent transformations.

This is a therapy requiring consent and co-operation. Hypnosis is the key that unlocks the door into your thoughts, memories and emotions.

Hypnotherapy is not just about problems, it is about getting in touch with ourselves and finding out why we are the way we are.

What is Hypnosis?

It has been described as a state of altered consciousness – not a state of unconsciousness (sleep), as you are fully aware of everything during the session and can recall everything afterwards.

It can perhaps best be described as a daydreaming state, similar to the time just before going to sleep and just after awakening.

In hypnosis the critical faculties of the conscious mind are reduced and suggestibility to beneficial changes is increased. The sub-conscious mind comes to the fore so that we can communicate with it and help make changes.

Can anyone be hypnotised?

Yes. If they want to be.

What does it feel like?

Each person has different sensations. Most people will experience a sort of lethargy with heaviness in their arms and legs. Reports vary with each experience although most report to have had heightened awareness of their surroundings.

Areas of Hypnotherapy I Deal With

Addiction

Anger

Anxiety

Blushing

Confidence

Depression

Exam nerves

Fear

Headaches

Nail biting

Performance (sport, competition)

Phobia

Procrastination

Public Speaking

Sleep disorder

Smoking

Stress

Vaginismus

Weight

hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy can accelerate the healing process in many psychological and physiological problems without the risks and side effects caused by other treatments. Hypnotherapy is a natural and effective approach to mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. Doctors are increasingly referring patients for hypnotherapy as it has the advantage of being non-invasive and complementary to orthodox medicine.

I offer courses in hypnotherapy to both adults and children. Courses run from four weekly sessions

Individual Hypnotherapy session (50 mins)

Concessions available for volunteer and trainee hypnotherapists or benefit claimants

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy can be described as an effective and speedy technique of psychotherapy using hypnosis to gain access to the sub-conscious mind. This gives us the ability to help change programming and conditioning from childhood, sometimes releasing memories for evaluation, thereby bringing about rapid and permanent transformations.

This is a therapy requiring consent and co-operation. Hypnosis is the key that unlocks the door into your thoughts, memories and emotions.

Hypnotherapy is not just about problems, it is about getting in touch with ourselves and finding out why we are the way we are.

What is Hypnosis?

It has been described as a state of altered consciousness – not a state of unconsciousness (sleep), as you are fully aware of everything during the session and can recall everything afterwards.

It can perhaps best be described as a daydreaming state, similar to the time just before going to sleep and just after awakening.

In hypnosis the critical faculties of the conscious mind are reduced and suggestibility to beneficial changes is increased. The sub-conscious mind comes to the fore so that we can communicate with it and help make changes.

Can anyone be hypnotised?

Yes. If they want to be.

What does it feel like?

Each person has different sensations. Most people will experience a sort of lethargy with heaviness in their arms and legs. Reports vary with each experience although most report to have had heightened awareness of their surroundings.

Areas of Hypnotherapy I Deal With

Addiction

Anger

Anxiety

Blushing

Confidence

Depression

Exam nerves

Fear

Headaches

Nail biting

Performance (sport, competition)

Phobia

Procrastination

Public Speaking

Sleep disorder

Smoking

Stress

Vaginismus

Weight