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Clinical Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is collaborative work between you and the therapist

You participate in the process

Hypnosis is a natural altered state of functioning of the brain and the mind

The process is safe at all times

You always come back to full awareness

You learn self-hypnosis



A hypnotic state occurs normally in everyone when certain physiological and psychological conditions are met and with the assistance of a skilled hypnotherapist it's possible to use this state to make deep and lasting changes to thoughts, feelings and behaviour.

British Society of Clinical Hypnosis

Hypnotherapy is a valuable therapy with which to release past trauma and decondition established habits.
Even though our personal unconscious only ever seeks to promote our well being it can often be the seat of faulty learning from our childhood, leading to low self esteem, under achievement and sometimes worse.
Often it attempts to protect us by raising our fears and anxieties to phobic levels to keep us from a particular activity or stimulus it sees as dangerous.
Utilising hypnosis in therapy often facilitates an unconscious relearning process.

British Society of Clinical Hypnosis

Ethical practice 

You should never modify your medication without discussing it with your doctor, even if / when your symptoms decrease during hypnotherapy
I may ask you to contact your doctor before starting any hypnosis work, to make sure you are medically  thouroughly checked

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