The power of hypnotherapy

Updated: Apr 25

I have helped my clients overcome a range of issues that have impacted their everyday lives, and in some cases for many years, e.g. addictions to smoking and certain foods, weight loss, phobias and fears and building confidence and a better future.

What is different about hypnotherapy as a treatment tool, compared to other solutions such as counselling, a weight loss programme or drugs, is that it can take away the power of the issue very quickly or eliminate it altogether.


For some people this can be after one therapy session or maybe two or three. The length of time it takes really depends on how receptive the person is to the therapy, and whether there are other side issues such as lack of confidence, depression, or unresolved feelings such as anger.

I am not trying to discredit the power of other solutions. I also use counselling in my therapy work too, and have seen great successes through weight loss programmes, and prescribed medication.


What is important here is that I take an holistic approach to the treatment. For example, when I sense that a client has a lot of stress in their body, I sometimes suggest a full body massage or a Reiki treatment, in addition to the hypnotherapy. And after both sessions they normally feel much lighter, both in mind and body. One client actually told me after she had had both, Reiki and Hypnotherapy, that she felt like she had been on a mini holiday.


Hypnotherapy is in fact like a holiday for the mind. The hypnotic induction totally relaxes the body and in turn, the conscious mind. And, whilst their conscious self is less busy with worrying thoughts and opinions etc, this frees up their subconscious mind to absorb the positive intentions and suggestions provided by me. These intentions have been formulated from the client’s own wishes for their future. My aim is to use their exact words, so that what they hear is familiar and thereby more powerful.

So, if you are looking for a holiday for your mind and body please do get in touch. We offer a brief complementary telephone consultation so that we can assess what your needs are and from there, offer therapeutic suggestions for treatment.




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