What is Clinical Hypnotherapy?
Clinical Hypnotherapy works by relaxing your conscious mind, much like meditation. This altered state is called a trance. Once your mind is relaxed you are more receptive to hypnotic suggestions directed towards desired change and open up to new ideas at the ‘unconscious mind’ level and let go of limiting beliefs.
There are many areas hypnotherapy can assist a person in finding inner resources to improve and change their present situation and achieve the goal they truly want.
You are in Control
Contrary to popular belief, you can’t be hypnotised into doing things against your will. You can’t be forced into a hypnotic state either. Instead, you allow yourself to be hypnotised much like a meditation state of relaxation.
All Hypnosis is Self-Hypnosis. The Hypnotherapist merely guides you (coaches you) into the direction of new resources to assist you with change.
You are aware of everything and more open to suggestions that would be valuable to you. You are always in control. All Hypnosis is Self-Hypnosis. The Hypnotherapist merely guides you (coaches you) into the direction of new resources to assist you with change.
Hypnotic suggestions are rejected unless they are acceptable to the hypnotised person. This means you only take on board what could be valuable to you.
How can Clinical Hypnotherapy help you?
Hypnotherapy can help you change attitudes, perceptions, and behaviours. As well as improve your health and wellbeing. It can be effective in treating a range of medical and psychological issues, including but not limited to:
Weight Issues and Obesity
A range of medical issues (Asthma, Chronic pain, High Blood Pressure, Migraine, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, etc)
Identity and Confidence
Potential Risks associated with Hypnosis
Hypnosis is considered to be a safe treatment when performed by a qualified and experienced practitioner.
Results from Hypnotherapy
Some researchers believe that a person is born with character traits that allow hypnosis to work, while other believe that the ability to be hypnotised is a learned skill.
Despite popular belief, suggestibility does not mean you have a weak character. A strong-minded person makes the best candidate for hypnosis because they will strive to get results from treatment.
People who get the best results from hypnosis appear to have a few things in common, including:
A good imagination
Having a desire and being congruent with wanting change
Note: Hypnotherapy is not a replacement for medical evaluation or treatment.
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