Hypnotherapy is an alternative modality used to help you experience an altered state of consciousness or ‘trance’ like state. This allows access to information, memories and insights, enabling deeper healing, which is otherwise more difficult as the conscious mind can get in the way.

The word “hypnosis” comes from the Greek word “hypnos,” which simply means, “sleep.”

Hypnotherapy is used to treat a wide range of conditions such as:

  • Phobias
  • Addiction
  • Relationship/Family/Work Conflicts
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Cessation of Smoking
  • Weight Loss

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FAQ

What is hypnotherapy used for?

Hypnotherapy can be used to treat anxiety, phobias, substance abuse, smoking, undesirable behaviours, bad habits, to improve sleep, and to remove blocks.

Is it ok to fall asleep during hypnosis?

If you fall asleep during hypnosis, the subconscious mind may become less receptive to suggestions for change. Therefore, you could lose some of the potential benefits of the session.

Am I in control when I am being hypnotised?

During the session, you are brought into a relaxed state similar to what one experiences in meditation. You remain fully aware and in full control. You can open your eyes, shift positions to stay comfortable, and even ask to stop the session if needed.

What is the difference between Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis is a trance-like state similar to what it feels like when one meditates. It often happens naturally during the day and before you fall asleep. Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis in a therapy setting to help a client engage with their subconscious mind.

Is Hypnotherapy dangerous?

Hypnosis that is carried out by a trained therapist is considered safe. However, hypnosis may not be appropriate in people with severe mental illness. Always consult your GP before agreeing to have a Hypnotherapy session if you are worried.

Can Hypnosis cause side effects?

Adverse reactions to hypnosis are very rare, but some reports have included: Headaches, Drowsiness, Dizziness, Anxiety or distress, Creation of false memories (when hypnosis is used as a method to work through stressful events from earlier in life, it can cause strong emotions and can risk the creation of false memories).