Hypnosis explained

Hypnosis

Hypnosis is purely relaxation, relaxation to a point where you are able to access your sub conscious mind to feel and be better within yourself, to re-enforce your conscious and your will power.

Hypnosis explained

I cannot control you or anybody else, it cannot be done. When you see a hypnotism show on the television or on the stage, the invited audience are playing along with the suggestions of the stage hypnotist.

You may feel that you cannot be hypnotised, this is a mistaken belief we are all capable of being hypnotised young and old, we can all relax to a suitable level to allow a therapeutic action to take place, but as above I cannot force or control you, I act as a professional guide, directing you along the way.

You are always in control, your mind & body relax, but your senses are in a heightened state, it is like being halfway between asleep and awake, a day dream, if I were to say anything to you against your will, morals or principles, you would become fully alert and immediately end the session.

Frequently asked questions

Should I tell my Doctor?

Yes, if you wish. Not all Doctors have a thorough knowledge of hypnotherapy but many do and in fact often recommend hypnotherapy as a positive way forward.

Will I be in control?

Yes, you will be very much in control and relaxed. In fact your senses will be at a heightened level of awareness. If anything was said or done that you were unhappy about you could immediately end the therapy session.

How many sessions will be needed?

A session lasts approximately 50 minutes and the number of sessions required will vary according to the individual but this will all be discussed during your initial consultation.

Privacy & Confidentiality

All sessions are private and confidential.

What is NLP?

NLP stands for Neuro Linguistic Programming
Neuro – the way the brain processes experience
Linguistic – how communications both verbal and non verbal are encoded
Programming – organisation of neurological processes, enabling desired outcomes