What is Hypnotherapy?

In hypnosis, a clinically trained hypnotherapist can help you bypass the analytical filters of your conscious mind and deliver suggestions to your subconscious mind that will be accepted and initiate positive change.

Clinical hypnotherapy involves…

a special form of communication between the hypnotherapist and the client. The clinically trained hypnotherapist guides the client into a deep state of relaxation, allowing the client access to the subconscious mind. A clinically trained hypnotherapist can deliver direct suggestions to your subconscious mind that will be accepted and initiate positive change. Using regression or parts therapy, the hypnotherapist and client can work as a team to uncover past experiences or the root cause related to a presenting issue. The hypnotherapist can then guides the client through therapeutic steps to release the root cause and allow a healing process to begin.

As negative experiences are released and new ideas are received, the subconscious mind begins to integrate these changes. This creates positive changes in emotions, thought patterns, habits which can lead to lasting change.
In a heightened state of mental alertness and deep relaxation, people are more receptive to releasing old perceptions, limiting beliefs, negative patterns, emotions, and self-image in favor of new ideas, new perspectives, and new perceptions that increase self-love, self-worth, and self-value.
Hypnotherapy is an effective way to release yourself from limiting beliefs and old patterns that are no longer serving you.
Hypnotherapy can be useful alongside any other steps you are actively or currently undertaking to maximize your success and achieve your goal.

Hypnotherapy can help with a variety of issues and ailments, such as:

Alleviate Depression

Assist Healing

Communicate Assertively

Develop Interpersonal Skills

Ease Digestive Issues

Ease Panic Attacks

Enhance Creativity

Enhance Study Habits and Academic Performance

Fears and Phobias (of flying, going to the dentist, public speaking, spiders, etc…)

Get Better Sleep

Habit Changes – for example, stop nail biting

Improve Confidence and Self-Esteem

Improve Memory

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Pre and Post Operation Recovery

Read Faster

Realize Goals

Recurring Nightmares

Reduce Anxiety

Reduce Chronic Pain

Reduce Exam Anxiety

Relieve Headaches

Sports Enhancement

Step-up your motivation

Stuttering or Stammering – Speech Impediments

Weight Management

If it is on your mind and you truly seek to change, then hypnotherapy may help you help yourself. For more information, please contact us.