hypnotherapy – how can it help me?
Hypnosis, as we have seen, is a natural and effective tool for accessing the unconscious mind - the source of so many of the issues we end up experiencing in life. For better or worse, it is where our beliefs are stored and where habits and other patterns of behaviour are located. Our unconscious can also become our most powerful ally.
Hypnotherapy utilises the hypnotic state in a number of different ways, depending on the client concerned and issue being brought to the hypnotherapist. It is an evidence-based form of psychotherapy that can be effective in treating a broad variety of conditions such as physical pain, addictions and stress or anxiety. It can also promote general well-being and be used to improve learning, sports performance and a person’s emotional state to name but a few applications.
Even though hypnotherapy can be hugely effective, making a person feel better both mentally and physically, it should not be seen as a silver bullet. During treatment, the client always remains in control. The hypnotherapist of course facilitates the process, but ultimately it is through a client’s own efforts that real change will occur. There are times that this change might make a minimal difference to the person’s lifestyle, success or feelings of well-being, but just as often the change can turn out to be dramatic.
Please use the dropdown menus above to find an area that is of interest to you. Listed are a number of the issues I work with most frequently. They are divided into the categories of Clinical, Emotional and Coaching. Alternatively, please feel free to contact me directly, either to ask a question or to make an appointment to see me.
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"The time has come," the Walrus said,
"To talk of many things:
Of shoes – and ships – and sealing-wax —
Of cabbages – and kings –
And why the sea is boiling hot —
And whether pigs have wings."
The Walrus and The Carpenter (from Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, 1872)