Hypnotherapy is now widely recognised throughout the world, even amongst the medical profession as a way of using hypnosis to create effective long lasting change in the form of new responses, behaviours and feelings.
Nowadays there are many different approaches to this fascinating subject.
Hypnotherapy is extremely popular but the general public are often in the dark about exactly what hypnosis and hypnotherapy really are and just how beneficial they can be when used correctly.
The term "hypnosis" comes from the Greek word hypnos which means sleep and this has given many the misconception that you actually asleep when hypnotised.
Nothing could be further from the truth, you are fully aware and alert when hypnotised and a skilled hypnotist can hypnotise someone whilst standing up, as all stage hypnotists do.
Clinical hypnosis and hypnotherapy are not stage hypnosis and the idea of clucking like a chicken, even if true on stage, is not what hypnosis and hypnotherapy are actually about.
When used effectively they are an incredible way to change someone's life for the better.
What Happens in a session?
Your hypnotherapist will take detailed history and with some conditions may request permission from you to write to their doctor, to let them know you are having hypnotherapy.
They will then discuss you goal and what you would like to see or feel at the end of your sessions.
Using a range of different techniques your hypnotherapist will relax you, make you feel comfortable and work with you towards achieving your goal.
After a session you may feel uplifted, lighter and very relaxed. Often change is very subtle, as your hypnotherapist will be working with you subconscious mind, and you may just notice a very positive shift in how you are feeling.
Booking a Session
If you would like to book a session, simply select from the top of the page, the practitioner you would like to book with and use the contact form on their page to get in touch with them. If you are not sure who you would like to book with, you can just send a general enquiry to the Centre via our Contact Us page.