Who may benefit from hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy In Bridport

Who Can Benefit From Hypnotherapy

The answer to this question is virtually everyone, however, it not just potential in which hypnotherapy is well placed to address but also one's inner resources to effect beneficial change. Consequently, this can help with; anxiety, panic, disrupted sleep patterns, lack of confidence, low self-esteem, fear public speaking and examinations, pain management, as well as sporting and artistic performance. It can also help with unwanted habits for example smoking, and overeating.

Common Concerns

Clients are sometimes concerned that they'll lose control during hypnosis. However general consensus indicates that regardless of how deep people go during hypnosis and however passive they may appear to be they actually remain in full control of the situation. they are fully able to talk if they wish to and can terminate the session and leave the room at any time.

I will frequently enlist the power of your own imagination and utilize a wide range of techniques from storytelling, metaphor or symbolism to direct suggestions.

Regardless of the techniques employed, it is important that the client should expect to feel comfortable and at ease with their therapist. This is of particular importance in hypnotherapy in which the value of the treatment is greatly enhanced when there is confidence in the practitioner. Unlike many other psychological therapies hypnotherapy is considered to be a fairly short term approach. In which beneficial change if it is likely to occur should become apparent in relatively few sessions.

The first session is always an assessment where all aspects of hypnotherapy will be discussed so that you know exactly what to expect.

Prices are £45 per hour.


Hypnotherapy Works well For:

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Overcoming phobias

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Unwanted habits, like smoking

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Issues with weight management

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Confidence in public speaking

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Moments of panic

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