Hypnotherapy

hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy can be a particularly effective treatment for fears and phobias, addictions, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive behaviour, stress-related problems such as insomnia, and pain management including during surgery and childbirth.

 

Hypnotherapy, is a branch of therapy that aims to alter the patient’s state of consciousness through the use of hypnosis. This method is able to utilize positive suggestion to help change aspects of yourself such as your behaviour and feelings. During your first session of hypnotherapy, the hypnotherapist will be asking you specific questions about your lifestyle and overall health in order for you both to decide on what your goals will be during the therapy.

 

While under hypnosis, a patient will exhibit enhanced awareness and responsiveness which allows the therapist to bypass the rational part of the brain to the more receptive subconscious and introduce new or more positive thoughts and perspectives. You will also be more open to suggestion so that together, we can introduce new thoughts and change behaviour.

 

Hypnotherapy can have a positive effect for people who are struggling with emotional problems or anxiety. In many cases it also helps to aid those suffering from depression and stress-related illness. Some of the more common issues that hypnotherapy can aid with are patients that want help to stop smoking or to lose weight.

Our approach

Hypnosis is widely thought of as an aid to other therapies (such as psychotherapy) as most of the issues dealt with by placing the patient into a hypnotic trance are of a psychological nature.

 

Hypnosis can be used in two ways, as suggestion therapy or for patient analysis:

  • Suggestion therapy: This is the most common and general type of hypnotherapy. During traditional therapy, the hypnotherapist projects new, more positive thoughts and feelings into the receptive, subconscious mind of the patient allowing them to focus completely without any inside interference
  • Analysis: Analytical hypnotherapy invokes methods and ideas from psychotherapy to help target deep rooted issues with the patient instead of merely tackling the symptoms of the issues as is addressed by other forms of therapy. When compared to traditional hypnotherapy, analytical therapy treatment usually lasts considerably longer and requires more input from the patient.


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Russell W – New Volunteer

Over the course of the sessions I have had with Simon I have gone from someone who probably would not have been able to carry on for much longer the way that I was, to someone that is now looking forward to working and moving on with my life...

Russell W - New Volunteer

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Russell W - New Volunteer

Over the course of the sessions I have had with Simon I have gone from someone who probably would not have been able to carry on for much longer the way that I was, to someone that is now looking forward to working and moving on with my life...

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I want to thank you for the valuable time you spent with me to achieve my career and life goals. I really appreciate the support and advice you gave me.

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Ann B – Business Co-ordinator

I want to thank you for the valuable time you spent with me to achieve my career and life goals. I really appreciate the support and advice you gave me.
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