Hypnotherapy restores your self-management and peace of mind
By neutralizing the root cause of these symptoms
Symptoms are caused by earlier life experiences
Which we have often forgotten about
Here are some of the common emotional states that hypnotherapy helps to resolve in a positive manner
Frequently Asked Questions
What is hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a focused state of mind, while your body is generally very relaxed. It is similar to watching a fascinating movie, being captivated by a good book or being reflective
What’s the difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy?
Hypnosis refers to the use of hypnotic techniques. Hypnotherapy is the application of those techniques intended to bring about self-improvement or wellness.
What does hypnosis feel like?
Hypnosis feels differently to everyone. Generally, people feel very relaxed, alert and safe. Some people feel light and floaty while others are simply focused, aware and easily connect to thoughts and feelings.
Why is hypnosis so fast and effective?
Hypnosis works mainly with the subsconscious mind. Changes made in the subconscious happen quickly and sustainably.
Hypnotherapy by-passes the conscious mind’s resistance to new information.
How long does hypnotherapy take?
Hypnotherapy can be utilized to help some people become smoke free in as little as two sessions.
Others issues generally take five to seven sessions to achieve your desired results.
After you complete hypnotherapy, you can always schedule an independent session or two to brush up if a new issue arises.
What is my role in the process?
That’s an important question. Your role is to be an active participant in addressing needed changes. It is not a passive role. You do not “go to sleep” and “wake up” differently. You are awake and alert throughout the entire session, partnering with your hypnotherapist to discover root causes of your limiting thoughts or behaviors.
How does hypnotherapy compare to traditional therapy?
Hypnotherapy is 93 % or more effective after only six sessions compared to traditional therapy, which has a 72% effectiveness rating – after 22 sessions!