Cognitive behavioural, solution-focused or Ericksonian hypnotherapy, according to your needs
What is it?
Hypnotherapy is the science and art of working with the subconscious mind in order to overcome conflicts between conscious and unconscious thoughts and emotions.
You are supported to enter a relaxed and comfortable state so that positive suggestions can be made to the subconscious mind, in line with your therapy goals.
Some people will become deeply relaxed while others will remain fully awake during the therapy.
Despite what you may have observed in stage hypnosis, you remain fully in control at all times.
What conditions is it helpful for?
A wide range of conditions including, but not limited to, the following:
- Anxiety and nervous disorders
- Fears and phobias
- Habits and addictions
- Chronic pain
- Sleep disorders
- Weight loss
- Eating disorders
- Lack of confidence
Does it work?
Research demonstrates that hypnotherapy is a powerful tool for self-improvement and that it works by altering our state of consciousness.
By training our minds to think differently about challenges and goals, we can eliminate the negative thoughts that so frequently lead to self-sabotage when we try to make positive change.