Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is about replacing the old negative thought patterns with positive new ones that will not only ensure you will effortlessly achieve your goals, but will also help you find balance, harmony and well-being in your life.

Hypnotherapy can be used in the fast and long lasting treatment of a wide range of problems.

Including:

  • Anxiety
  • Stop smoking
  • Panic attacks
  • Lose weight
  • Phobia or fear
  • Depression
  • Anger management
  • Gain More confidence
  • Cope with bereavement

How does it work?…..

Hypnotherapy induces a deep state of relaxation, during which our unconscious minds can take a back seat and allow our highly receptive subconscious to take on new perspectives and ideas. So if you want to change an unwanted habit or behaviour, or you need to gain relief from an emotional issue, or to simply have more self-confidence to make those all important changes in your life.

The reason it’s so effective lies in the extreme power of our own subconscious mind, which stores all the memories, beliefs, habits and behaviours that have been developing within us since our birth.

We store information in our subconscious mind and use this stored material to decide how we should respond. And because our subconscious mind concentrates on our well being, it usually provides us with what it “believes” to be the best information to help us respond appropriately. However, as a result of the way we learn, this may not always be the case, and it could be providing us with incorrect information, which as a result can be why we experience problems sometimes.

This can be because we learn to “match” other peoples behaviours and beliefs, our parents or peers, but these can sometimes be very unhelpful.

These learned responses stay with us and can shape who you become are and how you behave.

An example might relate to any phobia. We are not born with phobias, actually we are born with a naturally positive curiosity for all things within our environment. So a phobia can only be developed in one of two ways: either we see other people’s fear and match our response, this is known as a conditioned response, or we have an experience ourselves that shapes our belief about the situation. Thus potentially creating a phobic response.?

Unfortunately we cannot consciously control our subconscious. Any learnt behaviour that we store in our subconscious can be accessed as and when we need. And to change any of these unhelpful responses for the better, we first need to change the information stored in our subconscious mind. This can be achieved through hypnotherapy.