In today’s fast paced world that is often full of external expectations and pressure, the mental and emotional stress we experience, including some physical stress can be attributed to the disempowering beliefs and expectations we put on ourselves. This is often an unconscious pressure we have succumbed to and therefore can find it difficult to change our thinking, behaviours and patterns.
Modern Clinical Hypnotherapy is a powerful form of Psychotherapy combining cognitive therapeutic counselling techniques with subconscious healing techniques.
Being hypnotised feels just like being very relaxed. Modern hypnotherapists will simply assist you to become so deeply relaxed that, with a little guidance, you can begin to make the changes you want to make to your automatic behaviors and/or emotional reactions so they become positive for you instead of negative.
Clinical Hypnotherapy can assist you to come into conscious awareness of your sub-conscious beliefs and desires and thus enables you to begin to understand and redress any imbalance between the two, resulting in reduced feelings of stress and anxiety and increased feelings of calmness and positive energy.
Benefits of Hypnotherapy
Well known in the community as being effective for giving up smoking and for weight management, Clinical Hypnotherapy is also powerful in many areas of life in which people experience symptoms of pain, stress, anxiety and tension – some examples are listed below:
* Pain management * Stop smoking * Fears and phobias * Stress management * Improved memory * Gambling addiction
* Sporting performance * Academic performance * Exam nerves * Sexual problems * Performance anxiety
* Gaining self-confidence * Improving motivation * Overcoming grief * Overcoming insomnia * Pre-menstrual tension
* Nail biting * Bed wetting
Gaining permanent, positive outcomes from Clinical Hypnotherapy can take anywhere from one or two sessions to many weeks of therapy depending upon the complexity of the problem and the nature of the underlying subconscious beliefs that are causing or contributing to the problem.