FAQs

Hypnotherapy will bring out the best in you.  As a result, you become confident, stronger and happier. Hypnotherapy  will help you to recreate your thinking process around any issue that you may be experiencing.

Hypnosis is a normal, naturally occurring, healthy state of mind. I discuss with you your concerns at a free consultation and come to a conclusion how best hypnosis can work for you.

One session guaranteed! The subconscious mind can only concentrate on one issue at a time however, that ‘one’ issue is one session.

No, in fact, you are more aware of what is going on around you. In hypnosis, the conscious mind takes a back seat. Hypnosis allows you and the hypnotherapist to tap into the main frame of information that lies in the subconscious (or unconscious) mind and makes positive changes to thought patterns, habits or the effects of traumatic events that are having a negative impact either mentally or physically.

Hypnosis is best described as a very deep state of relaxation, in other words, a normal, natural, healthy state of mind.

All hypnosis is self-hypnosis and it is simply my job to guide to safely and effectively to the life that you deserve. A brilliant one! Our bodies experience what are known as ultradian rhythms. These rhythms form the basis of common, everyday trance or hypnotic states, when we may find ourselves daydreaming or just taking a break.
 Here are some examples of the hypnotic state:

  • Have you ever been in a room full of people, feeling as though you are taking part in the group but feeling detached from it?
  • Have you ever had the experience of driving home while being preoccupied by something and suddenly realising that even though you have arrived safely at your destination, you can’t recall driving past familiar landmarks? It’s as if you were on automatic pilot.
  • Have you ever been unsure whether or not you did something or simply thought about doing it? For example, did you mail that letter or did you just think about mailing it?
  • Have you ever been so absorbed in an activity that you were able to block out sounds or make them totally unimportant or not even hear them?
  • Have you ever stared into space, thinking of nothing, and been unaware of the passage of time?
  • Have you ever had the experience of remembering a past experience with such clarity and vitality that it was almost as if your were reliving it?

A Clinical Hypnotherapist is a specialist in hypnosis and therapy, who uses the healing state of hypnosis to work with problems or conditions that a client wishes to change.

A hypnotherapist doesn’t have control over the client. People won’t do or say anything under hypnosis that they would not do when not in hypnosis. Television shows and stage hypnotists, portray a common misconception that you can be hypnotised against your will. It is not true. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis.

Research conducted at the University of NSW by Dr Amanda Barnier and reported in The Sydney Morning Herald on 2 February 1998, states that “Hypnotised people do not act like robots, nor are they powerless pawns of post-hypnotic suggestions planted in their subconscious”.

Hypnosis to enables you to achieve a state of mental, physical and emotional relaxation.
Hypnosis allows you to tap into the main frame of information that lies in the subconscious (sometimes referred to as the unconscious) mind and make positive changes to thought patterns, habits or the effects of traumatic incidents that are having a negative impact either mentally or physically.

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