Clinical hypnotherapy is the use of an altered state of consciousness for therapeutic effect. Under hypnosis, the conscious or rational mind is temporarily bypassed, allowing for access to the subconscious mind, influencing mental and physical functions of the body, which are receptive to therapy.
Hypnotherapy is very much like daydreaming. Have you ever gone somewhere and forgotten how you got there? This is the same type of sensation you experience during hypnotherapy.
Hypnotherapy is suitable for making a desired change at the subconscious level.
It can be utilised in the areas of;
- Quitting smoking
- Weight reduction
- Anxiety and relaxation
- Fears and phobias
- Habits and addictions
- Insomnia and sleep problems
- Relationships/sexual problems
- Sports performance and focus
- Children’s behavioural disorders, such as thumb sucking and bed wetting
The list is endless. As you can see, it involves anything that is within yourself.
Our trained Clinical Hypnotherapist, Cindy-Lee Waite, also incorporates mindfulness and EFT into her sessions which aids working on thoughts and changes to those thoughts. Cindy has done extensive training in pregnancy and birth hypnotherapy and has a particular interest in this area.