What is Hypnosis for ?
Hypnotherapy techniques can help with many stress related, psychosomatic and other conditions including :
smoking, weight control ,anxiety, phobias, confidence, tension, travel fright, sleep problems, panic, skin conditions etc.
How is it done ?
Analysis techniques are used at a fully conscious level to deal with the cause of your difficulties. It is completely safe, completely harmless and is non-addictive. It is a natural process which you experience daily throughout your life. No drugs of any kind are used. Hypnosis is a state of deep relaxation and in this state of altered consciousness it is possible to access the subconscious mind and change negative thought and behaviour patterns.
What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a normal, natural state of mind, a state of deep relaxation. You are in a state of hypnosis every day of your life, just before you go to sleep at night and just before you wake up in the morning. It is a change of brainwave pattern, a state of altered consciousness. You hear everything that is said to you and you are aware of anything going on around you, but you are relaxed.
Stage hypnotists make it appear that they have taken control of their subject. With hypnotherapy this is not the case. We all move in and out of hypnosis many times a day without being aware of it and examples include driving, being engrossed in a book or watching a film.
Is Hypnosis dangerous ?
It is completely safe, harmless and non-addictive.
It is a natural process which you experience daily throughout your life. No drugs of any kind are used.
Can I get ‘stuck’ in hypnosis ?
As it is a totally natural process, you cannot get ‘stuck’. The worst that can happen is that you become too relaxed and fall asleep ! If you fall asleep then, as normal, you eventually wake up.
Will you be controlling my mind ?
Under hypnosis, you cannot be made to do anything you do not want to do. You are always in control and can open your eyes at any time.
Are there some people who cannot be hypnotised ?
No, although the degree varies from person to person.