Hypnosis is a natural state of deep relaxation and awareness. In 1955 the British Medical Association officially recognised hypnotherapy as a legitimate therapeutic technique; hypnotherapy is now increasingly an accepted part of conventional medicine. There is a misconception that hypnosis is mind-control – this couldn’t be further from the truth. During hypnotherapy you are completely in control, able to make positive decisions and beneficial changes for yourself and most clients remember the session afterwards.

Which conditions can it help?

  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Panic attacks
  • Phobias / Fears
  • Depression
  • Weight Loss
  • Stop smoking
  • Alcohol problems
  • Gambling
  • Lack of confidence
  • Worry
  • Exam nerves
  • Trauma
  • Insomnia
  • IBS
  • Anger management

Why hypnotherapy is effective and how it differs from other therapies

During hypnotherapy you will be in contact with your subconscious mind, the seat of all emotional and behavioural problems. Most other forms of therapy are carried out at a conscious level, and the will-power of the conscious mind is small against that of a learned response from the past. These responses and emotional reactions are a bit like computer programmes which keep running and running, causing the same unpleasant effects, until they are dealt with.