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Embark on a captivating voyage into Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, where the power of the mind meets the wonders of exploration. I have a range of experience in hypnotherapy, from clinical hypnosis to self-hypnosis; I can help you!
I can offer you a gateway to transformative experiences through personalised sessions tailored to your unique needs. Discover the depths of your subconscious mind as you venture into uncharted territories, unlocking hidden potential and unravelling the mysteries.
With a blend of clinical expertise and cutting-edge experimental techniques, my sessions provide a safe and supportive environment for you to explore the vast landscape of your consciousness.
Whether you seek to overcome challenges, enhance personal growth, or delve into the fascinating world of hypnosis, my sessions will guide you on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment.
Step into the realm of possibility and awaken the extraordinary within you with my Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Sessions. To learn more or to make an appointment, please pick up the phone and speak to me today. I am always here to help you.
What Is Hypnosis Treatment?
Hypnosis is a powerful yet controversial technique. Indeed it is often referred to as the “H word” because it has such negative connotations among some people. I do not fully understand why this is so, but perhaps there needs to be a more apparent distinction between stage hypnosis and the therapeutic hypnosis (hypnotherapy) that I practice.
I have never used hypnosis other than as a psychotherapeutic intervention, and it is my most powerful tool for any situation. It is also incredibly safe, meaning as we work together, we never lose control while in a hypnotic state; a hypnotherapy session is the process of us coming together.
One of the best examples is the natural way that a mother soothes her troubled child. Many commercials that we see on TV are also hypnotic, irrespective of whether their creators know this or not.
I can guarantee one thing: you will need clarification on hypnosis. If you are a hypnotist, hypnotised, or a student of hypnosis, the more you study hypnosis, the more confused you will become. I can only hope it is confusion at a deeper level of understanding.
So whether you need help with pain control, a way to calm yourself to go for dental procedures or treat anxiety disorders, I can help you. Undergoing hypnotherapy can be awakening; why not give it a go today?
How Can Hypnotherapy Help You?
Hypnotherapy is a powerful tool that can unlock the potential within you and pave the way for profound transformation.
By harnessing the power of your subconscious mind, hypnotherapy can help you overcome limiting beliefs, release deep-rooted fears, and break free from destructive patterns.
It offers a unique opportunity to tap into your inner resources, enhance self-awareness, and gain valuable insights into your emotions and behaviours.
I am a trained therapist that can work with you to offer psychological treatments such as hypnotherapy sessions as well as other treatments, but hypnotherapy can help you with the following issues;
- Chronic Pain
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Stop smoking
- Weight loss
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder – (PTSD)
- Anger Management
Experience Proven Results Whilst Working With Me Through Hypnotherapy Sessions!
My clients include champions who have seen firsthand what benefit hypnotherapy brings them. I have worked with professional cricketers, snooker players, darts players, poker players and golfers, actors, comedians, and clients from the business community.
This sometimes involves travel to provide real-time support during tournaments on the European Golf and World Poker Tours.
To practice self-hypnosis, you need to understand clinical hypnotherapy; by working with me, we can get you to a place where you can put yourself into a trance-like state to perform the task you have been avoiding.
Be aware that there are no legal requirements for specific training in hypnotherapy in the UK. Therefore many people prefer to choose a hypnotherapist with a medical or allied background. Examples would include a doctor, psychologist or counsellor.
Not everyone should perform hypnosis; that is why working with someone like myself means you can be confident you are working safely.
How Does Hypnosis Work?
I do not know how hypnosis works. It’s magic. But I know it is a profoundly relaxing or meditative state of mind, whereby the busy conscious mind is quieted so that the more profound thoughts from the subconscious mind can surface.
I don’t know in what area of the brain hypnosis produces its effects either. There is increasing evidence that suggests that the nerve cells of the brain are “plastic.” In other words, these cells are malleable; for example, cells ordinarily devoted to vision can change their function. In a blind person, the cells may become sound receptor cells to provide a different sensory input to aid the person.
Complex new neural pathways are being created and destroyed all the time. Sooner or later, the network reaches its optimum route, and a ” myelination ” process kicks in. An example would be a child learning to ride a bike. Most early neural pathways result in the child falling off the bike until something magical connects. After this, the child will remember to ride a bike for the rest of their life without consciously thinking about it.
Experts do not believe that hypnosis is dangerous when performed by a competent hypnotherapist, nor that some people cannot be hypnotised. If there are, then I have not met them.
Some people who are determined to resist hypnosis will do so very effectively; however, sooner or later, their resistance will wear down. But by then, the hypnotherapist will also be so exhausted that it will not make any difference.
Hypnosis works its magic by establishing communication with the deeper layers of the brain. This makes learning skills much faster than willpower and traditional coaching methods possible.
Hypnotherapy forms the foundation of my work with clients. I am considered an excellent clinical hypnotherapist, particularly by the legendary self-help guru Paul McKenna.
He should know because much of what I learned, I learned from him. I also signed up for advanced hypnotherapy training with NLP co-founder Richard Bandler.
I work quite often with Paul Mckenna, and we are good friends. I am still learning about hypnosis. I know from our conversations that Paul is, too.
I have probably been a hypnotist all my life. I experimented on my mother when I was a teenager, and she had such a strong reaction that I was too terrified to hypnotise another person for many years. I now know that this reaction is called an “abreaction” and is a relatively common occurrence.
With the wisdom of twenty-twenty retrospective hindsight, no one should hypnotise another person unless they are confident and competent in handling abreaction.
Join My Hypnotherapy Training Programs Today To Reach A Higher Focused Attention
If any of this information resonates with you, please get in touch with me. I run beginner, intermediate and advanced hypnotherapy training programs.
As you progress through your training, you will learn much about what makes people tick. You will learn even more about yourself.
This is even more valuable.
These are valuable skills because we live in a mental health desert. Despite all the advances in modern medicine and health care, rates of mental health illness climb steeply each year.
Mental health conditions in the UK are spiralling out of control; in a hypnosis session, we can attempt to work through a range of practices to stop you from struggling; we can also help your brain remove other habits or negativities from your life.
Contact me to book a session in person or online. If you have further questions or want more information about hypnotherapy, I will do my best to help you.
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