In Person or Groups
Hypnotherapy is traditionally carried out in a one to one format. However, depending on what service you require and how many of you there are, group sessions can be a good way to save money and have mutual support for the changes you want to make. Groups can range from a few to several dozen. I have, for example, done a group past life regression to about 50 people over video conferencing. So if you have a group of friends, family or colleagues who would benefit from a session (perhaps help to quit smoking, bereavement or a past life regression), then contact me for more information.
Anxiety & Stress
Sadly anxiety and stress in day to day life is becoming more and more common. We all worry about things from time to time but it should not start to have a major impact on your life and wellbeing. Hypnotherapy can be used to treat a wide range of anxieties. These include Generalized Anxiety Disorder (feeling anxious most of the time), Panic Disorder (frequent panic attacks), Social Anxiety Disorder (fear of social situations) and Agoraphobia (fear of being in situations where escape might be difficult).
Hypnotherapy can also be used to address the root cause of the problem, change how we feel about it, learn to calm your mind and understand what makes us anxious. Also, there are several related techniques that you can learn to reduce your stress and help with future worries and anxieties.
Business Confidence / Low Self Esteem
We all from time to time face a challenging situation in our life that daunt us. Perhaps it’s a presentation or an important job interview. Perhaps there are things you want to try or achieve but you think you can’t do them. Nerves can ruin your performance and prevent you achieving your objectives. Hypnotherapy can make you feel confident and less anxious, meaning that you will have a calm mind to think clearly, be assertive and achieve what you want.
Stop Smoking / Vaping
Stopping smoking can be very difficult as it’s a potent combination of addiction and habit. So while the nicotine is addictive you get used to having something in your hand or having a five minute break every now and then.
If you are ready to quit smoking then hypnotherapy can help boost your will power and change the way you think and feel about smoking.
A phobia is an irrational fear of something. Some phobias may have little impact on your life, but if your phobia is causing you a problem then hypnotherapy can help. Most phobias are based in a previous experience which you may not even remember or understand. Hypnotherapy can help you change how you feel about the object of your phobia and help you overcome it. These can include Flying, Heights, Specific Animals, (such as spiders, dogs, or snakes), Needles / Receiving Injections and Blood.
It’s easy to develop unwanted habits such as smoking, nail biting, picking at your skin. These are physical examples, but other examples are being negative about things, watching too much TV or putting off important tasks. Hypnotherapy can help uncover the root causes of the habit, the payoff from doing it, help you get rid of the habit or change it into something more helpful or appropriate.
Along with quitting smoking, permanently losing weight can be one of the most challenging self-improvements you can do. Hypnotherapy can help you change your relationship with food and drink. It can also help you get motivated and explore the root causes of your eating or drinking habits such as comfort eating or boredom.
Insomnia / Sleep Disorders
Insomnia (Sleeplessness) and other sleeping disorders are common and can have a massive impact on your quality of life. Hypnotherapy can be used to explore the cause of the problems and help to address them.
Past Life Regression / Introspective Hypnosis
Regression is a useful and interesting method to address many issues. Using hypnotherapy you are taken back to a time before an issued occurred or the time when it started. This technique can also be used to experience past lives.
Hypnotherapy can be used in a range of ways to help the bereaved and those struggling with a loss. These include reducing the symptoms of grief, helping to find a way to grieve that doesn’t overwhelm you, changing your perception of the loss, help you to deal with feelings of (survivors) guilty or regret, empower you to reconnect to memories of the person without painful feelings or distress, help with feelings of calm and strength and assist you to socialise again.
Specific techniques that can help you to focus on resolving the loss and restore mental and emotional wellness, allow you to address the root cause of problems that the conscious mind may not be aware of such as survivor guilt and give you a way to express to your loved one the feelings you wanted share or the things that you would like to have said.