Clinical Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy uses hypnosis – a trance like state, in order to enable cognitive and behavioural changes. During hypnosis, clients feel deeply relaxed in their body, yet their mind is active and alert.

Inducing a deep state of relaxation allows the unconscious mind to respond to suggestions in a positive manner. Hypnosis is an altered state of awareness. It can be compared to the feeling when you awaken but remain deeply relaxed physically.

Clients cannot be hypnotised against their will. Hypnotherapy is an active, focused technique. It can be applied during therapy sessions and then practiced alone afterwards.

Clinical Hypnotherapy can be used in conjunction with other psychological therapies or techniques. It has a range of applications. This includes anxiety and stress; fears and phobias; addictions, weight management, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), anger and conflict.