Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a type of therapy where counseling skills are used and problems and goals defined. Hypnosis is used to allow the deep part of the mind (the subconscious mind) to absorb and consider alternative ways of dealing with issues.

Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state of mind. We naturally experience trance states perhaps several times during each day. Just drifting into ordinary sleep involves a kind of trance state, typically one where our mind is becoming free of verbal thinking (left brain) and entering a more visual state (right brain), similar to that of dream sleep. The hypnotic state occurs normally in everyone when certain physiological and psychological conditions are met. It is possible to use this state to make deep and long lasting changes to thoughts, feelings and behaviour. Nobody can be hypnotised against their will and even when hypnotized, unwanted suggestions can be rejected. Because of the nature of the work and the fact that we are dealing with unique, individual minds no guarantees can be given.

Conditions treatable by hypnosis & hypnotherapy

Many conditions are treatable by hypnosis, listed below are just a few:

Addictions

Public speaking

Sports performance

Performance anxiety

Exam nerves

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