I have studied with The International Institute of Clinical Hypnosis and hold an Advanced Practitioner Diploma and have seen how effective Hypnosis can be in the treatment of stress, insomnia, phobias and bad habits such as smoking and nail biting. It is also effective in boosting confidence and motivation and is a very powerful aid in weight control.
Hypnotherapy is a safe and efficient tool for reaching and dealing with problems of the mind and body. During hypnosis, a state of deep relaxation and calm is achieved. The individual, however, remains aware of their surroundings and totally in control. Hypnotic experience is to be enjoyed and embraced rather than feared as it is a powerful means of making long lasting positive change in one’s life.:
Smoking Cessation: Hypnosis is the most effective method of breaking the smoking habit. A study of 72000 people across America and Europe found that in over 90% of cases, hypnosis was successful; 3 times as effective as nicotine replacement products and 15 times as effective as going it alone. So, if you are determined to kick the habit and start living again, hypnosis really does work.
Weight Control: Hypnosis has long been recognised as a significant aid in learning how to create a healthy relationship with food. Hypnotic experience can allow you to tackle your main problem areas, be it comfort eating, snacking, cravings and so on and to address underlying issues of body image and self-esteem.
Anxiety and Stress: Hypnosis is an enormous help in reducing stress and anxiety levels, whether you need help for a ‘one-off’ situation, such as preparing for and sitting a driving test or for a more persistent and possibly deep-rooted problem.
Other common problems which respond well to hypnotherapy:
- Nail Biting
- Enuresis (bed-wetting)
- Exam nerves
- Self esteem issues
- Personal Motivation
- Mild depression
- Emotional problems
From just £55 per session
The number of sessions will be determined and agreed through consultation. Sessions last approx one hour, although, in common with all good therapists, I do not work to the clock; treatment is tailored to your personal requirements.
95% of the population can be hypnotised and while hypnosis is a safe and effective treatment, it is not recommended for people with conditions such as epilepsy, schizophrenia, clinical depression or those under the influence of alcohol or drugs.