What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy is using the state of hypnosis to treat a variety of medical and psychological problems.
It is estimated that 85% of people will respond at some level to clinical hypnotherapy. It may even succeed where other more conventional methods of treatment have not produced the desired result.
When carried out by a trained and qualified hypnotherapist the benefits can be long lasting and often permanent. It is natural and safe, with no harmful side effects.
Clinical Applications of Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy is medically accepted to benefit the following and more: unwanted habits - smoking, nail biting, bed wetting, weight control / healthy eating, improve work / study / sporting performance, boosting self-confidence and achieving potential, phobias, compulsions, emotional problems, sleep problems, inhibitions, worries, reduction of stress, tension and blood pressure, stomach problems, IBS, gynaecological problems - PMT, psychogenic infertility, obstetrics (painless childbirth), skin problems, pain control, minor surgery, dentistry, arthritic pains, aches and pains, some sexual problems...
Put simply, where your problem is due to habitual conditioning (habit formation), accumulated stress or unresolved events in your past then hypnotherapy can be used to access and re-programme these complexes which are being sustained and remain active at the unconscious level.
What to expect in the Session
I will ask about your presenting problem and together we will decide on the target outcome for your treatment. The length of treatment will be discussed (whether one session or several) and the fee will be agreed. I will take a case history of the circumstances and history of the particular problem you need help with to formulate an efficient treatment strategy and/or hypnotic script.
I will explain the process of hypnosis and how it is used in hypnotherapy to help you make changes to your thoughts, feelings and behaviours. There may be some preliminary testing and practice before starting the full treatment (either immediately or in a subsequent session).
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