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Sydney Hypnotherapy Services

Unlock Your Mind's Potential with Online Hypnotherapy Services from Sydney: Achieve Your Goals from Anywhere!

Hypnotherapy services are often associated with weight loss, kicking habits like smoking or excessive shopping, treating phobias and stress-related conditions like anxiety and insomnia. But did you know that hypnosis is also effective in helping to manage pain, achieving personal growth, improving self-image and increasing our levels of performance?

 

With Sydney hypnotherapy, you can break free from subconscious fears and insecurities, learn to understand your feelings and open up to your own personal needs. 

 

Your mind is the most remarkable tool on earth, and your entire reality can shift when you make changes to your subconscious mind with hypnotherapy. 

Hypnotherapy is the art of reshaping thoughts, the science of reprogramming beliefs, and the journey to rediscover the incredible power within.

What is hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is a therapy that combines hypnosis with psychological treatment. It directs your subconscious mind to work in cooperation with your conscious intentions.

In the context of hypnotherapy, hypnosis refers to a state of focused attention and heightened internal awareness. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis; a hypnotherapist merely guides you into a state of hypnotic trance. Despite common misconceptions about hypnosis, you remain fully in control and aware of what is happening around you. In fact, hypnosis is a naturally occurring state of consciousness, something we experience multiple times throughout the day.

The hypnosis doesn't achieve anything by itself. It simply allows the therapy to take place. Science has proven through neuroplasticity that we can rewire our mind, which is why the mind has the most powerful potential on the planet. 

If you are keen to learn more you might find this information helpful: 

What is Hypnosis and how does it feel to be Hypnotised

How will your hypnotherapy session work?

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I will help you reach a deeply relaxed state to enable you to discover the origin of the beliefs and behaviours  that have led to your issue.

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Together we will uncover the  interpretation you created and the beliefs you formed as the result. 

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 You will then resolve past negative experiences and reframe the beliefs in a safe and nurturing space.

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Using special language that forms hypnotic suggestions I will help you to transform and upgrade your thinking patterns with resourceful set of beliefs.

Will hypnotherapy work for me?

Whether you believe in hypnosis or not, you've already been hypnotised into the life you're living. Society, our upbringing, media and life experiences —they've all programmed us to see the world a certain way. 

 

Now, what if you could take charge of this hypnotic power for your benefit?

 

If you're wondering whether hypnotherapy is right for you, ask yourself:

 

  • Are you fully satisfied with your life as it is now? 

  • Do you have fears, phobias, or limiting beliefs that you want to get rid of?

  • Could you use a boost in confidence and self-esteem?

  • Do you believe there's more to you than meets the eye?

If it is a yes, then hypnotherapy will work for you. The truth is, anyone can benefit from hypnosis.  

Hypnosis allows for deep self-exploration and those who are open and receptive to the process will be a great candidate for hypnotherapy. The key is that you want the change. It is a collaborative process and you need to be motivated and committed to achieving your therapy goals.

To learn more, see my article Does Hypnosis Work for Everyone?

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"We are what we think. " - Buddha

What hypnotherapy can help with

Hypnotherapy treats a wide range of challenges and conditions. It would be impossible to list all of the symptoms that can be successfully healed through hypnosis, so the following is just an example.

 

If what you are looking for is not on the list, don't fret, simply arrange a free consultation with me via Zoom. Chances are I can help you. If not, I'm happy to direct you to a profressional who can.

Emotions & Fears

  • stress & anxiety

  • phobias

  • fear of networking

  • fear of public speaking

  • fear of flying 

  • fear of needles

  • fear of driving 

Health & Lifestyle

  • weight loss

  • sugar cravings

  • emotional eating

  • gym motivation

  • binge drinking

  • IBS & gut health

  • vaginismus

  • sexual libido

Personal Growth

  • finding your purpose

  • low self-esteem

  • people pleasing

  • social anxiety

  • chronic self-doubt

  • fear of failure or judgement

  • imposter syndrome

Relationships

  • relationship sabotage patterns

  • codependency

  • getting over a painful breakup

  • feeling of jealousy 

  • relationship anxiety

Productivity

  • self-sabotage & procrastination

  • overwhelm

  • social media & TV addictions

  • shopping addictions

  • focus & clarity

Why trust hypnotherapy

Hypnosis is backed by hundreds of credible scientific studies. From Harvard to Stanford, countless institutions have now verified hypnotherapy as an effective tool for issues like weight loss, pain management, smoking cessation, stress and anxiety, phobias, sleep issues, and many more (Review of the evidence-base literature for the effectiveness of hypnotherapy by Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia)

 

Hypnotherapy is officially recommended and promoted by a number of medical associations including the American Psychological Association.

It’s one of the most effective forms of therapy. A study of 2,000+ journals by Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D found that the average client success rate for hypnotherapy is 93% after just 6 sessions. This was compared to a 38% success rate after an average of 600 sessions for psychoanalysis and 72% after 22 sessions for behavior therapy.

 

Success cases of hypnotherapy are growing by the day. It is now even used in operating theatres, and is verified through 30+ clinical trials as an effective reducer of anxiety, pain, and post-operative pain and discomfort. (The Efficacy, Safety and Applications of Medical Hypnosis). 

 

The reason for its success is that hypnotherapy directs your subconscious mind to work in cooperation with your conscious intentions.

You can learn more about hypnosis here: 

Is Hypnotherapy Legit? Facts You Must Know

Discover Hypnosis Benefits and Risks

"Whether you think you can, or you think you can't—you're right."

- Henry Ford

Can I be hypnotised?

A question most frequently asked on my discovery calls. The answer is simple - yes, you can, if you want to. That's right, it only works if you allow it to work.

 

As hypnotherapists we are trained in a learned skill, but we are not magicians – so if you are determined not to be hypnotised or don’t want to be, then we cannot override your free will. 

 

In a therapy session, a professional hypnotherapist may choose to use suggestibility tests to identify the best suggestions and approach to use or avoid during a therapy session for trance induction. However, under hypnosis you will not be able to do anything, which goes against your personal values or beliefs.

 

You are not asleep either. Trance is a state of heightened awareness in which you are aware of everything that’s happening around you. The hypnotherapist does not take control. We simply make suggestions aligned with your goal for the therapy. Our mind is more receptive to suggestions when the brain is in a hypnotic state. If you don’t like a suggestion that you hear – you won’t take it on board, which is why your personal decision to make the change is so important for the success of your therapy treatment.

Common myths about hypnosis

Myth#1

One loses control of their mind when in hypnosis

Hypnosis is often misunderstood as losing control, but in reality, hypnotherapy helps you regain control. Throughout the process, you will only disclose what you feel comfortable sharing, maintaining full control of all your senses at all times during the process. Hypnotherapy empowers you to utilise the power of your mind to address your concerns. Openness to change is essential for effective transformation.

Myth # 2:

Only those with a weak mind can be hypnotised

Hypnosis responsiveness varies among individuals, with some being naturally more receptive while others may need guidance or practice. In hypnotherapy, clients willingly participate and actively involve their attention, imagination, and concentration. The ability to enter a hypnotic state is influenced by factors such as openness to the experience and the ability to focus.

Myth # 3

Hypnosis is a woo-woo and not based in science

Hypnosis has been extensively studied and used in clinical settings for therapeutic purposes ever since Freud and before. The historical evidence, coupled with empirical research, demonstrates its effectiveness in pain management, anxiety reduction, and behaviour change. There're multiple studies available for those who want to learn more.

Does Hypnotherapy Online Really Work?

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