When is Hypnotherapy right for you?
- Hypnotherapy is highly effective tool when the client is greatly motivated to defeat a challenge. Hypnosis is not effective for people who do not have the will to seek change for themselves. The driving force needs to start within. Hypnosis is a great tool for people seeking to reach a goal in their life such as becoming a non-smoker, losing weight, and getting past emotional traumas
Here are some examples of the areas in which Hypnotherapy has been found to be highly effective:
- Weight Loss or Weight Management
- Insomnia or Sleeplessness
- Test Anxiety
- Managing Family Issues
- Eliminating Negative Beliefs
- Anxiety and Stress Management
- Confidence Building
- Financial Growth
- Recovery from Break ups or Divorce
- Sexual Problems
- Narcissistic Abuse
- Fear of Flying
- Public Speaking
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Release Past Trauma with Hypnotherapy
- It is amazing how the events we experience can often stick with us throughout a lifetime. This is great if the events are positive ones and enjoyable to remember, but can be incredibly debilitating and frustrating, holding you back from your true best if the events are negative and traumatic.
- Fortunately, hypnotherapy can help release past trauma easily and effectively. Every significant memory that we have resides in our subconscious mind, and the ages it occurred, can greatly affect you even as an adult, and is always linked to a specific meaning and emotion.
- In a state of hypnosis, you will be able to safely access these memories at your own pace, and then reframe the meaning and emotion that are associated with them. During a hypnotherapy session you will not have your memory of the traumatic event deleted, rather it can allow access the memory and transforms into something can be dealt with within the person ready to heal that part of them that the trauma is negatively affecting. The result can be very powerful and life changing.
Examples where Hypnotherapy is used in Past Trauma situations:
- Sexual Assault / Rape
- Domestic Violence
- Victims of Crime
- Childhood Accidents
- Traumatic Vehicle Accidents
- Death of Friends / Family Members
- Armed Conflict (PTSD)
- Phobia-Causing Events