By using hypnotherapy to access the subconscious mind we are able to change unwanted behaviours, reprogram old beliefs, change negative thinking to positive thinking, and access buried memories, so that a process of therapy can be worked through to resolve emotional issues.
Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis to effect positive changes in your health, way of thinking, behaving and general wellbeing. It is an incredible tool and can be used in many different ways. During this state, the therapist attempts to influence the patient’s perceptions, feelings, thinking and behaviour by asking them to concentrate on ideas and images that may evoke the intended effects.
It is important to remember that Clinical Hypnotherapy does not constitute a form of treatment or therapy in its own right, and that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. Hypnosis is an adjunct, providing a context for the delivery of the treatment or therapy. Therapy incorporating hypnosis can only be as effective as the underlying therapeutic approach permits.
There are several types of hypnotherapy: