Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a form of psychotherapy in which the client is in a state of Hypnosis aka a state of relaxed focus. It is a great way for the therapist to understand the root cause of the client’s issues because it works as a gateway to the client’s subconscious mind.

Hypnotherapy is used to help many emotional & psychosomatic problems. Alternatively, it can help bring about positive change in areas, which the client feels are lacking in themselves, such as confidence, focus and assertiveness.

A lot of people think that they will lose control of themselves and do random or dangerous acts. This fear is originated from watching one too many stage hypnosis shows and horror movies. But, I assure you that hypnotherapy is completely safe and natural. The state of hypnosis is experienced by every person at least twice a day and that’s just before you fall asleep and wake up.

So, really, there is nothing to worry about because it has not any harmful side effects. In fact, when performed by a professionally trained and skilled hypnotherapist, clients have seen long-lasting and even permanent beneficial results.

Hypnotherapy is used to help many emotional and psychosomatic problems. Alternatively, hypnotherapy can help bring about positive change in areas a person feels is missing such as confidence, study and assertiveness.

The problems that hypnotherapy can help with can include overwhelming or sustained emotional suffering or thoughts as well as actions you would like to banish or acquire. Some physical problems can also be treated with hypnosis. The following is a list of conditions that hypnotherapy can help with. It's not exhaustive but is more to show the range of issues that can be treated with hypnosis.

Anger Management
Alcoholism
Anxieties
Anxiety attacks
Assault
Blushing
Bruxism
Binging problems
Business Performance
Childhood trauma
Chronic fatigue
Compulsions
Concentration
Confidence
Dentistry
Depression (mild-moderate)
Drinking (Alcoholism)
Drug addiction
Eating disorders
Emetophobia (fear of being sick)
Exam nerves
Fears
Fear of Dentist
Fear of flying
Feeling low
Feeling powerless
Feeling negative all the time
Fetishes
Gambling
Gastric Band
Guilt
Grief
IBS (Irritble Bowel Syndrome)
Inhibitions
IBS
Insomnia or sleep problems
Interview nerves
Lack of confidence
Low self-esteem
Migraines
Nail Biting
Obsessions
OCD
Pain Control
Palliative Care
Panic attacks
Paranoia
Personal relationship issues
Phobias
Poor self image
PTSD
Public Speaking (fear of)
Quit smoking
Self-harm e.g. cutting
Sexual abuse
Sexual problems
Stress Control
Shyness
Slimming and weight loss
Smoking cessation
Social Phobia
Sports performance
Stuttering and stammering
Tension
Work performance
Weight loss

No, I don’t hypnotize clients over Skype or chat because I like to be present with my client to monitor the results personally so that I can adjust my techniques to the client’s needs. Plus dropped connections or buffering mid-session would not make for a good experience and I never want my clients to go away from a session without having a good experience.

But, if for some reason, the client absolutely can’t make a one-on-one appointment, I can create personalized digital recordings that I can send them online.

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