Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy attempts to address an individual’s subconscious mind, for beneficial change. A hypnotherapist uses hypnosis to access an alternate state of consciousness to help an individual bring about the change they desire. Hypnotherapists often require the individual to be in a deeply relaxed state to enable them to use their imagination fully. For this reason, it’s imperative that the individual feels completely comfortable with their hypnotherapist.

Altered states of awareness have been recognised for thousands of years and hypnosis is widely accepted as a beneficial psychological therapy to access our inner potential.

Techniques can be used to reveal issues from an individuals past that may be causing them distress, or the approach can be focused more on their present problems. Hypnotherapy can generally help with most emotional problems an individual is finding hard to cope with, some physical problems can also be effectively treated with hypnosis too, such as IBS and insomnia. However, it’s important for an individual to consult their GP before approaching a hypnotherapist if they suffer from clinical depression, epilepsy or schizophrenia.

Hypnotherapists will often combine hypnosis with other psychotherapy and counselling techniques to benefit individuals. The techniques used will depend on the issue the individual is seeking help for.

Relationships

Helping you consider your relationship issues and get some clarity on how to change your situation for the better.

Depression

Better cope with these feelings by talking about the experiences with therapist.

Anxiety

Certain behaviours are determined by unconscious motivations, drives, and instincts usually formed through early experience.

Stress

Psychotherapy and counselling is useful in dealing with stress through providing a safe space to explore feelings
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