Hypnotherapy is a safe, proven, and effective tool that uses Hypnosis for directly accessing the power or the subconscious mind. While traditional therapies deal with symptoms on a cognitive or intellectual level, hypnotherapy bypasses the critical factor of the 'conscious analyzing' mind and goes right to the subconscious which controls our deeper thoughts and actions.

Simply put: It is a effective method for talking to your subconscious mind and then asking it to bring about the changes you require in your life !

The ability to re-program emotional attitudes and reactions is a latent talent within every human being.

How can Hypnotherapy help me?

Hypnotherapy can help you to achieve your goals or to enable you to overcome unwanted reactions, emotions, fears, phobias and thoughts. It can help you to cope with stress, to break old habits, or help you to manage pain or illness.

Hypnotherapy is widely recognised as one of the most successful therapies for treating a wide range of issues.

What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is quite a normal experience. You can experience hypnosis in your everyday activities. Hypnosis is just like daydreaming. Activities such as reading a gripping book and you are oblivious to noises around you, that is hypnosis. You can experience this phenomena a number of times throughout your day without realising it.

During hypnosis, the body and conscious mind are in a relaxed, natural state, while the subconscious mind remains awake and receptive to suggestion. Most clients describe it as extremely pleasant and deeply relaxing, giving them a feeling of well being.

Can anybody be hypnotised?

Yes, anyone can be hypnotised as long as they want to be and have an ability to concentrate. Therefore it is not appropriate for very young children or people with certain mental disabilities. A hypnotherapist cannot force you to go into hypnosis against your will.

Is Hypnosis dangerous?

No documented case has ever been reported of harm coming to anyone during therapeutic hypnosis.

Will I lose control when I am in hypnosis?

No. You will remain in control at all times. Your hypnotherapist is there just to guide you through therapy and does not have control over you and your decisions. If you wish to get up and walk out then you will.

Will I hear what is happening?

Yes. You will be aware of what is happening at all times. Although your eyes are closed, other senses become heightened in their awareness and sensitivity.

Will I remember what happens when I am in hypnosis?

Usually most clients have good recollection of what happened in hypnosis. But sometimes they may not recall part of what happened during their trance. It is the responsibility of the hypnotherapist to tell you that you will remember everything about the hypnosis session or you will receive a free recording of the individual sessions for ongoing reinforcement.

What happens during a visit to the hypnotherapist?

The first stage of a hypnotherapy consultation will involve an informal chat and some questions from the therapist to ascertain the nature of the issue and the necessary route to overcoming or dealing with it.

You will then be led into a state where your body and mind are relaxed and nearly asleep. To an onlooker it might seem as if you were totally asleep but in fact, though you will normally feel very relaxed, you will remain awake enough to be aware. Also awake will be those parts of your mind which the therapist is working with to induce beneficial changes. This may mean that you will be picturing, as in a daydream, the things which are being spoken of and that you may experience the associated pleasant feelings.

REMEMBER that if at any time you feel uncomfortable and want to terminate the session, then you will be perfectly capable of doing so.

At the end of the session is always time left for you to ask questions or to discuss any experiences you had whilst you were in the relaxed, hypnotic state.

How many treatments will I need?

Hypnotherapy is an effective therapy and the hypnotherapist will want to help you in the minimum number of sessions possible. In many cases only one or two sessions are necessary. You and the hypnotherapist will review your progress so that at any time you can make a valued judgement about how the therapy is progressing.

What is the next step?

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