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The aim of Hypnotherapy is to assist people in finding meaningful alternatives to their present ways of thinking, feeling or behaving. Therapy can also help clients become more accepting both of themselves and others and can be most useful in promoting personal development and unlocking inner potential.
Hypnotherapy is a very effective way to make positive, lasting changes to your life. It can help to increase your feelings of happiness and relaxation, and reduce stress and anxiety.
Hypnosis is an effective way of making contact with our inner (unconscious) self, which is both a reservoir of unrecognised potential and knowledge as well as being the unwitting source of many of our problems.
We often experience meditative or trance like states during the course of our daily lives. The experience of hypnosis is similar: neither asleep nor awake and a little like daydreaming, with a pleasant feeling of deep relaxation.
Everyone goes in and out of natural hypnotic trances every day, without perhaps knowing it. Have you ever been so absorbed in a book that the hours seemed to fly by? Realised that someone was talking to you, but you were 'miles away'? All these are examples of 'common everyday trance', which all of us can do.
Clinical Hypnotherapy can help with with many issues such as:
- Comfort eating
- Confidence building
- Exam nerves
- Nail biting
- Panic attacks
- Pain control
- Performance anxiety
- Sleeping issues
- Sports performance anxiety
- Weight Control
- ... and much more
Dispelling the Myths
A hypnotherapist does not have any control over you. You will not do or say anything that you do not want and you remain in control at all times. In fact, hypnosis is a state of heightened awareness where it is possible for your mind to be aware of many more things than is possible in the conscious state.