What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy is a type of therapy used to create a change while in a deep state of hypnosis. Hypnosis uses guided relaxation techniques that give feelings of intense relaxation, concentration and focus to achieve a heightened state of awareness or a trance-like state.
Hypnotherapy can be used alongside counselling, and due to its relaxed nature brought on by being in a relaxed state, allows people to explore feelings that may be painful and suppressed that are hidden from our conscious minds.
By speaking to the sub-conscious mind a change can be made that can lead to clients experiencing things and situations differently once they are outside hypnosis.
Being under hypnosis allows a patient to be more open to suggestions and discussions once trust has been built between them and the Hypnotherapist. Hypnotherapy can be used to treat a wide range of conditions or unwanted behaviours including the ones listed on the right.
Hypnotherapy can help with
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Responsive Hypnotherapy is different to that of traditional hypnotherapy. It combines standard hypnotherapy with NLP(Neuro Linguistic Programming) tapping into the unconscious mind to see what is troubling you. You will be able to hear me when I ask questions and be able to respond. It helps to remove unhelpful learnt thought patterns that have caused you stress and allows you to adopt new ways of thinking.
Responsive Hypnotherapy is helpful for;
The Rewind Technique (also known as the Fast Phobia Cure or V/K Dissociation technique) is an amazingly effective method for treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic attacks and phobias.
It is known as the Rewind Technique due to the use of the sufferer's imagination to 'experience' rewinding occurrences of the incident(s) in their mind's eye.
One of the great benefits of the technique is that the hypnotherapist does not need to know any detail about the incidents. This is beneficial for the client as they do not have to go through the discomfort of retelling their story. The memory is reprocessed and re-classified as non-threatening.
The vast majority of sufferers experience a significant (over 70%) reduction in their symptoms following one session lasting around 90 minutes. The process itself is comfortable, and does not involve 're-living' of unpleasant events.