Advanced Clinical Hypnosis

The subconscious is always functioning; even when you are asleep as it continues to digest food and support all bodily functions.

Clinical hypnotherapy is an established, complimentary therapy integrated with elements of behavioral psychology and neuro-Iinguistic programming.

The conscious mind is a very linear thought process and can become overwhelmed at tackling complex challenges, however the subconscious mind loves finding complex patterns and uses those patterns to make connections, once a negative theme is explored and positive suggestions are provided.

Clinical hypnosis facilitates the healing of negative experiences that have an impact on the mind. For example hypnosis is an effective treatment of phobias such as fear of spiders, fear of flying as well as Sleep issues, anxiety and stress.
Hypnosis is a time efficient way to overcoming personal challenges and is best facilitated through trance. People who choose to work with hypnotic states recognize certain habits and fears are often an escape mechanism from the harsh reality of their experience.  

Hypnosis is 
a time efficient way 
to overcoming 
personal challenges

Hypnotherapy promotes transformation by working with the therapeutic qualities of subconscious memories. It can be generally agreed that hypnosis is that of a state of inwardly focused attention facilitating deep relaxation.

This inward focus is referred to as a trance, where your conscious awareness takes a back seat allowing your subconscious mind to do the work of self-healing.

The client is still able to talk and communicate in this deep state of relaxation and be guided by the Pratictioner.

When in trance, suggestions are made to the subconscious mind to research concerns through memory recall. Being able to review the experience from a place of peace and understanding the subconscious mind is able to update old programming. Since we enter trances many times a day whilst driving down a boring road, reading a good book, watching television, we are more familiar with trance states than we might think. Everyone can be hypnotized however; no one can be hypnotized against his or her will.