Hypnosis is an ancient and proven method for bringing about positive
changes in behaviour patterns, mindset and emotional well-being
Hypnosis is used to enable the client to be guided into a deep level of relaxation, during which their subconscious mind is able to focus on and accept appropriate and beneficial life changing suggestions.
Most clinical hypnotists have moved on from watch swinging and flickering candles to other simpler and faster ways of enabling the client to relax and focus on something that will distract their conscious mind, thereby inducing a trance-like state and heightened levels of awareness in the subconscious mind.
The therapist’s role is to guide the client into this calm, relaxed state. The client is always totally in control and will simply snap out of hypnosis if suggestions are made that are contrary to their wishes and values.
Once in hypnosis, the conscious mind is temporarily off duty and the door to the subconscious mind is opened. The therapist is then able to suggest new ideas, concepts and lifestyle changes to the client’s subconscious mind, which will help them to achieve their goals and enjoy a better quality of life.
The subconscious learns by repetition so by listening to the hypnosis as often as possible in their own time, the client will quickly start to notice that they are feeling more in control of their life.
Clients will usually require between 2 and 4 sessions but even after the first session, they will see and feel better and start noticing how their quality of life is benefiting from the therapy.
Hypnosis is a useful tool for reprogramming faulty patterns of behaviour, negative mindsets and unhealthy habits such as addictions, suppressed emotions, fears, phobias and self esteem issues etc as well as helping with positive changes such as confidence building, motivation to succeed and many other attitude shifts, which help clients to lead a happier, healthier, more balanced and fulfilling life.