How can hypnotherapy help you? 

Most people know that hypnosis can help people stop smoking or overcome phobias, but you may be surprised to find that it can help you change, do and achieve so much more.

Clinical hypnotherapy can help men, women, children and teens with an almost inexhaustible array of issues by harnessing the power of your own subconscious mind to bring about positive change to thoughts, feelings or behaviour.

A bit like a system reboot, helping you to move forward with your life in a positive way. 


It can help with:

 
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Hypnotherapy is approved by the BMA and the BMJ and the NHS supports hypnotherapy in helping with a variety of conditions such as depression, anxiety, IBS, skin conditions and childbirth. Hypnotherapy is recognised by NICE for IBS, PTSD, weight management, enuresis and smoking cessation.

The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) and British Medical Association (BMA) specifically recommend hypnotherapy for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). NICE recommends hypnotherapy as a treatment option when pharmacological treatment has not proved effective for 12 months (pp 19, NICE Clinical Guidance 61 – Irritable Bowel Syndrome in Adults, February 2008), and the BMA recommends 10 sessions of hypnotherapy for successful treatment. 

Regardless of your occupation, vocation, age or gender, hypnotherapy is a vital tool to restore and maintain a healthy balance in your life.
 

What is Hypnosis and Clinical Hypnotherapy?

In broad terms hypnosis is simply an altered state of consciousness. Clinical hypnotherapy is the use of this altered state of consciousness to achieve a therapeutic outcome. Read more about clinical hypnotherapy

 

What's it like?

If you have ever lost yourself in a good book, a television programme or a daydream, where the world around you has almost disappeared, well hypnosis is a very similar experience. In hypnosis you are quite simply in a deeply relaxed state. You remain in complete control at all times and could never be made to do or say anything that were to go against your judgement, morals or principals.

 

Mind over matter - How much influence does our mind have over our body?

Most people are aware of the mind-body connection, how our thoughts can affect our physical state. For example, if we feel frightened or excited, our heart races. Feeling embarrassed can cause us to blush. When we think about an amusing story or a happy memory we are likely to smile. Quieting the mind with hypnosis, meditation or mindfulness has been proven to lower blood pressure and ease pain.

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