- Hypnotherapy is a therapy that uses hypnosis amongst other therapeutic tools to bring about change.
- Hypnosis is simply a narrow state of inner focused attention or special awareness that allows the unconscious mind to receive new positive ideas and suggestions of change.
We all experience hypnosis differently but usually feelings of complete relaxation and calmness along with sensations of lightness or heaviness are the most commonly experienced.
Hypnotherapy helps you to change your negative thinking, unhealthy habits and destructive emotions to more positive, healthy responses and behaviour.
Ancient cultures have used this deeply focussed state by way of meditation, prayer, chanting, dancing, art, drumming and yoga to invite change. Today the benefits of hypnotherapy are recognised and employed by Hospitals, Doctors' surgeries, Dentists and Clinics working with mental, emotional and physical health as well as in Colleges, Business and Sports.
Talking through problems, getting a different perspective on life helps to change our thinking and behaviour. Learn techniques to cope and control your emotions and reactions. It is a brief (short term) therapy and focuses on good problem solving and decision making skills. It is also recognised as being effective with depression and anxiety.
The plan of action varies with each person but first we explore what it is you want to change and achieve. The underlying problem is addressed, techniques are taught for managing the beliefs and stress then relaxation, visualisation and hypnosis are used to activate the unconscious mind to bring it about.
All sessions teach a range of Self Relaxation and Self Hypnosis techniques so that you can take care of your own stress levels and behaviours now and in the future.
Q & A
- Is it safe?
- Yes, it is safe, natural and you are aware of everything. You cannot be made to do anything against your will.
- Is it always successful?
- You have to be willing and motivated and want it to work.