What is Hypnotherapy?
This is the therapeutic of trance to resolve unwanted
habits, unsatisfactory feelings or emotions and issues generated through
previous experiences (such as at work, in childhood, or relationships), phobias
and unhelpful behaviours or self-beliefs.
Hypnotherapy is the process of supporting and deepening
these naturally occurring trance-states to enable access to your inner,
unconscious resources, memories and aptitudes. The role of the Hypnotherapist is to assist you to create beneficial changes to the way you experience the
world, and to discover preferable alternatives to unhelpful behaviours,
self-beliefs, habits or thinking.
Hypnotherapy uses deep relaxation in order to work with a
person’s subconscious mind, using their imagination along with NLP techniques
including storytelling, visualisation, metaphors and suggestion to discover
Who might benefit from Hypnotherapy?
Virtually anyone. Hypnotherapy seeks to access a person’s
inner resources and aptitudes to realise their potential and to create
beneficial changes in the way they experience the world.
While hypnosis was used extensively in the 19
century in surgical procedures (losing favour with the arrival of chloroform), hypnotherapy
is used in addressing a wide range of conditions including: