Hypnotherapy is a beautifully natural, calming and effective way of working to change unwanted behaviours and ways of thinking. Hypnotherapy is a concentrated and relaxed state that allows the focus of a particular idea, concept or lifestyle adaptation a wonderful way of achieving the change you desire and deserve.
A hypnotic state is a sensation you already experience at least twice a day...when you are drifting off into sleep and that bit between sleeping and waking fully, you know you're not asleep but also not awake.

Our subconscious makes up around 88% of our complete mind, the conscious is around 12%. While our conscious mind analyses, thinks and plans and holds our short-term memory -our subconscious is responsible for long term memory, emotions and feelings, habits, relationship patterns, addictions, involuntary body functions, creativity, developmental stages, spiritual connection and intuition. So, in short, our subconscious mind holds all of the information that is responsible for forming our behaviours, hypnotherapy allows us direct access to this powerful part of the brain.

A trained hypnotherapist can guide a client into this relaxed state and can communicate directly to the subconscious mind with suggestions and ideas reprogramming it. While relaxed the person may appear asleep, but is actually far more open to sensations such as taste, smell, feeling, hearing.

You are fully able to communicate and have total control of yourself throughout the hypnosis. You will never be asked to do anything you are uncomfortable with, as your conscious mind would kick in and bring you out of this relaxed state.

Yes...anyone can be hypnotised, even strong-minded people as they have excellent control and concentration and these are important elements of hypnotherapy.

Yes...there are some people who would not be recommended to have hypnotherapy such as people who have been victims of heart attacks or strokes - they would not be recommended to do any analytical therapy. Also, people who suffer with epilepsy or psychotic episodes should not be taken into hypnosis.
Hypnotherapy sessions typically last between 50 minutes (other than smoking cessation which is 2-2.5 hours).

Every hypnotherapy session is bespoke and personal to the client’s needs, using whichever combination of therapies will be the most beneficial. I work within a strict code of ethics governed by the national hypnotherapy society and will always keep the sessions to a minimum.

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