So what is hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis and related techniques to help you get the results you want.

It's a safe, natural process during which you remain fully in control.    Hypnosis is a natural state that we all experience several times a day  (such as that feeling just before you drift off to sleep, when you daydream or get lost in a good book or film). It is a very relaxing and pleasant experience.

 

The Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council describes hypnotherapy as: a skilled communication aimed at directing a person’s imagination in a way that helps elicit changes ...

You remain fully in control at all times during the sessions.   

As your therapist, I guide you into hypnosis so that you can let go of unhelpful beliefs or destructive habits and replace them with positive, constructive ones that support you to make the changes you want.  

I work together with you, at at your pace in a way that enables you to achieve your goals.

What can hypnotherapy help with?

There are a huge range of issues and conditions that respond very well to hypnotherapy.  In fact, NICE (national institute for health and care excellence) who provide advice and guidance for health professionals, like GP's, recommend hypnotherapy for some issues like anxiety and IBS (irritable bowel syndrome).

 

 

 

Anxiety

Panic attacks

Phobias

Depression

Sleep problems

Exam stress 

Public speaking 

Self esteem

 

Pregnancy & conception

Menopause 

Pain management

Weight management

Symptom management

& relief for fibromyalgia,

ME, arthritis, Parkinsons

and MS

Stop smoking

Addictions

Body image

Relationships

Sex

Dating

Past life regression

Life planning

Because hypnotherapy is a complementary therapy, it does not interfere with medical treatment or medications that you may already be taking.  In fact it can work well alongside these. 

Here is a list of some of the issues and conditions I have helped clients with.   If you can't see what you are looking for, get in touch with me to discuss as this is not an exhaustive list