Hypnotherapy uses focussed attention to create fundamental shifts in the subconscious mind; breaking down limiting beliefs and introducing more positive and supportive ways of thinking. By bypassing the logical, rational (and often very noisy!) part of your mind, impactful and long-lasting changes can be implemented quickly and efficiently. Hypnosis uses tools such as deep relaxation and visualisation to increase peaceful self-awareness, heal deep rooted issues that are causing you discomfort and open the mind to new possibilities and ways of thinking.
So how does hypnotherapy work?
As a cognitive behavioural hypnotherapist, I recognise that the way you think and behave heavily influences the way you feel, so my process uses CBT techniques alongside hypnosis to help you break negative cycles and replace them with more positive and empowering thoughts and actions. A collaborative approach between therapist and client is key to getting to the root of the problem and finding an effective and efficient solution.