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What is Hypnotherapy?
Somewhere between wakefulness and sleep, we can experience a trance like state, similar to daydreaming, called hypnosis. During hypnosis you can attain a pleasant feeling of deep relaxation. You do not lose consciousness or awareness but gain a different perspective on what is troubling you. Being in such a deep state of relaxation reduces mental stress and tension, allowing the mind to be more open to the process of change.

Clinical Hypnotherapy is using the state of hypnosis to treat a variety of medical and psychological problems. Through accessing the unconscious mind, the repository of our conditioned experience, hypnotherapy can help you learn how to react differently to certain situations, find solutions to problems and change negative thought patterns to positive ones.
Our behaviour, to a large extent, is controlled by the way we think. The most effective way to change maladaptive behaviour is to change the maladaptive thinking which lies behind it. Hypnotherapy is a brief, strategic therapy, aimed specifically at helping you to find a resolution to your problem. The state of hypnosis can be integrated with appropriate psychotherapeutic approaches to help bring about positive changes.
 
Clinical Applications of Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is medically accepted to benefit the following and more: stress and anxiety related conditions such as panic attacks, phobias, insomnia and or emotional problems such as lack of confidence and self-esteem, unwanted habits such as smoking or over eating, IBS, pain control, gynaecological problems such as PMT, psychogenic infertility and painless childbirth and many more.
Please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss any other issues for which hypnotherapy may be a useful approach. 

 
 
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