Understanding Clinical Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy uses guided relaxation, concentration and focused attention to achieve an altered heightened state of awareness. This state of awareness in hypnosis is often referred to as trance. Similar to the natural state we enter into, just before we fall asleep at night, while driving or watching tv. Clinical Hypnotherapy is usually considered an aid to psychotherapy and counselling.
Demystifying the Myths: What Hypnotherapy Really Is
Contrary to common misconceptions, Clinical Hypnotherapy is not mumbo jumbo, mystical or something that can mess with your mind. Clinical Hypnotherapy is an extensively well-researched and scientifically evidence-based therapeutic method, backed with peer reviewed scientific articles and by over 70,000 scientific research references globally. This as an approach is far from being a magical cure; Hypnotherapy necessitates a commitment to change and active participation from the client. Achieving Success.
Professional Recognition and Standards in Hypnotherapy
I am registered with a number of bodies including the Royal Society of Medicine, the Irish Hypnotherapy Register and the General Hypnotherapy Register in the UK. These are leading non-profit organisations representing professional Clinical Hypnotherapists. With over 1,800 members, these bodies ensure that practitioners are highly trained, qualified, fully insured. Dedicated to assisting adults, teenagers and children in effecting the positive change they want, good health, happiness, confidence and wellbeing in their lives.
The Mechanics of Hypnosis and its Therapeutic Use within Therapy
Hypnosis induces a unique state of consciousness, allowing the therapeutic suggestions you want, to be communicated directly to the unconscious mind. This interaction with the unconscious part of our psyche – a source of untapped potential and often the root of various issues – from anxiety, addictions, fears and phobias, trauma, OCD, weight loss issues, inflammatory conditions, autoimmune disease, makes hypnotherapy an effective treatment modality.
Clinical Hypnotherapy: Advanced Techniques for Diverse Issues
Clinical hypnotherapy employs sophisticated hypnosis techniques to address a range of medical and psychological concerns. It is noted for its high response rate, with approximately 85% of people being receptive to this form of therapy. Importantly, the notion that hypnotherapy can make individuals act against their will is a myth; clients remain conscious and aware during sessions.
Established Complementary Therapy: Efficacy and Applications
As a recognised complementary therapy, clinical hypnotherapy has gained traction in medical university hospitals and offers a cost-effective, often rapid, treatment option. It has shown success in areas where other interventions have failed. The therapy addresses various conditions including anxiety, gut health, fears and phobias, stress, trauma, PTSD, insomnia, self-confidence issues, weight loss, and weight management, Addictions, smoking cessation, and even physical ailments like Irritable Bowel Syndrome, migraines and much more.
Your Journey with Hypnotherapy: Consultation and Your Individual Health Needs
The process typically begins with a free 15-minute consultation, followed by an initial session to understand your specific needs. The number of sessions varies, with each lasting around 50 minutes to 1.5 hours. While RTT Sessions typically last 2-3 hours. Sessions are tailored to your individual requirements, respecting personal beliefs and preferences. Any specific issues, mental health, emotional health, physical health issues, or techniques or approaches desired can be discussed and incorporated into your treatment plan.
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