To find out how hypnotherapy can make a difference in your life, please contact me to make a initial consultation appointment at my expense where we will discuss how hypnotherapy could achieve the changes you want to make.
What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy can help us to achieve a relaxed and focused state of attention that enables us to approach things in a resourceful and empowered state. Some would describe it a little like dreaming, only that you are fully conscious, in control and aware that you are using your mind’s reality simulator the whole time.
It’s similar just like when you reading a compelling book or film as a great story is impossible to ignore, as it paints pictures in your mind. A good practitioner can do the same thing in the service of your future wellbeing.
How Does Hypnotherapy Work?
It is like reading a good book, or watching a compelling film, as a great story is impossible to ignore, painting pictures in your mind. A good hypnotherapy practitioner can use similar techniques to create new narratives and images in the service of your future well-being.
When you go into hypnosis, you simply become involved with a new reality. We create this focus by drawing attention to detail in an interesting way.
How Can Hypnotherapy Help You?
Hypnotherapy can do this by using skilled verbal communication, helping focus and direct a client’s attention so that they employ their imagination. This enables the client to prepare to achieve their goals collaboratively with the therapist. We do this by bringing about intended alterations in sensations, perceptions, and feelings. This is most effective when used with CBT to achieve a helpful and lasting beneficial change in subsequent thoughts and behaviour.
At the start of therapy, the hypnotherapist will ask the client questions about their life, current situation, problems and challenges. This assessment will include things like a review of your previous medical history, general health and lifestyle. The hypnotherapist and client will then agree on the changes or goals that best fit the individual’s needs.
Hypnotherapy helps with a wide range of psychological and medical problems. It is most often applied in addition to evidence based therapies for anxiety, stress conditions and confidence issues. It can also enhance performance in several areas such as sport and public speaking, and in support of therapies for weight control and addictive behaviours.