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Cognitive Behavioural & Clinical  Hypnotherapy; Counselling; Coaching                        

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  Cognitive Behavioural &    

  Clinical Hypnotherapy

 

 

Using hypnosis, a safe and highly successful therapy, means that we are able to work with the cognitive behavioural techniques at a deeper and more profound level, allowing us to directly influence emotions and behaviour. We are able to deal successfully with the irrational fears and negative thinking patterns that prevent you from getting the best out of your life.   The hypnotic state makes us more responsive to positive suggestions and it allows us to use our imagination to bring about positive solutions.

 

This is a collaborative process and we work together to find what works best for you.

 

Hypnosis is actually a naturally occurring state.  Have you ever been absorbed in a book and simply unaware of what's going on around you? That's a very similar psychological state – one of deep absorption and focussed attention.  

 

Hypnosis is not 'mind control' – you are always in control.  And it is not like being asleep - although you will probably feel extremely relaxed.  Many say is feels more like a pleasant day dream.  

 

Hypnosis is a calm, easy state allows your 'unconscious' mind to accept positive

suggestions and imagine  creative solutions.

 

What happens in the session?

 

We will examine the sources of your problem along with the emotional issues -  although we don't get bogged down in the past because  this is about finding creative solutions to bring about the change you want for the future.  We work on developing effective strategies and creating positive suggestions that will help you get to your goal, and we then use hypnosis to embed these deeply into your ‘unconscious’ mind.

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"It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see"

 

Henry Theroux

Specialising in:

 

Stress

Anxiety

Phobias

Depressed mood

Habits (eg nail biting)

Panic attacks

Low self-esteem

Confidence

Emotional problems

Public speaking

Personal growth

Anger

Jealousy

Motivation

Professional effectiveness

Exam stress

Managing change

Insomnia

Weight management

Smoking

 

...and  more