Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy Origins

Hypnosis has been practised through the centuries. Milton Erickson, an American Psychiatrist, who specialised in hypnosis and family therapy, stressed the importance of the therapeutic relationship, purposeful engagement of the inner resources and experiential life of the client.

Hypnotherapy attempts to access the subconscious mind to influence thoughts and behaviours. The therapist utilises a range of techniques from storytelling, metaphor or symbolism to the use of direct suggestions for beneficial change.

What are the benefits of Hypnotherapy?

Clients report that hypnotherapy sessions are relaxing, enjoyable, and the therapy has long-lasting beneficial effects.

Who may benefit from Hypnotherapy?

Anybody, who is prepared to want to change.

Issues that may be amenable to hypnotherapy:

 

•Smoking •Weight control •Nail biting •Habits •Eating disorders •Obsessive Compulsive Disorders •Stress •Anxiety •Depression

•Sexual problems •Sport •Nerves (exams, tests etc.) •Confidence •Self-esteem •Gambling •Sleep problems •Public speaking

•Letting Go •Panic attacks •Phobias •Headaches •Pain •Illness •Relationship problems •Skin problems •Arthritis •Concentration

•Memory •Fear •Relaxation •Blushing •Shyness •Irritable Bowel Syndrome•Bereavement•Stammering •Motivation •Work    performance •Interviews •Addictions •Self-actualisation •Personal growth•Fulfilment

 

 

 

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