How Hypnosis and Psychotherapy Can Help You ....
Hypno-Psychotherapy can help to bring about positive change and a new direction. People often describe a belief of being held back by unwanted psychological throughts and feelings and the behaviours this can lead to such as unwanted fears and phobias. Psychotherapy can help a person to understand the cause behind these unwanted throughts and feelings. Through discussion and analysis, psychotherapy can help to change negative patterns of behaviour to more enabling new patterns. Hypnotherapy and NLP are part of the enabling tools to this process in helping to guide you towards your desired outcome!
Hypno-psychotherapy and NLP, through the processes of reframing, suggestion and visualisation can help to increase motivation levels as a person experiences the feeling of freedom in finding a new way forward. For example, some people describe the experience of unwanted daily anxiety, created by the replay of their internal inner voice as critic, replaying unwanted past scenarios, and forecasting the future situations. If we experience frustration, upset or anger, this can have a negative impact on our confidence and self esteem through the wider tranference into our communication and the behaviours we exhibit to others.
Hypnotherapy is a peaceful and safe process.
During your session you will experience a relaxed and pleasant state of being. People often speak of feeling a real calm during the process and afterwards, a sense of empowerment.
Many people find hypnotherapy a highly effective treatment for a variety of emotional or anxiety-related issues such as stress, fears, phobias, panic attacks and many more.
Hypnotherapy has been described by many of my clients as life changing because it can allow you to deal with whatever issues may be blocking your progress and to make beneficial new changes – in other words, to build on your strengths, and to go forward with confidence.
During your treatment you will be awake and aware of everything that’s going on.
Hypnosis involves an altered state of awareness, called trance. Trance is a normal process. In our everyday lives, we utilise a number of different trance states while we remain awake. For example, you may notice this when you are a passenger in a car, or on a long train journey. Trance can take you inward to a particular memory.
Now you understand the link between hypnosis and the trance. It is during such a trance state, that the hypnotherapist works with the client to gain agreement between their conscious and unconscious mind, and to enable beneficial change.
Hypnosis is a pleasant experience and the process involves suggestion and agreement, often through utilising metaphor. The object in gaining agreement is to facilitate change in current limiting patterns of thinking and behaviour, and to suggest new ideas that will empower you towards specific changes you want to make.
How would you like to be more successful?
I can further benefit clients through offering NLP where appropriate in conjunction with Hypnotherapy. The two work very well together and strengthen the process of beneficial new change.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) was developed by studying and modelling the strategies of successful people, including Milton Erickson, a doctor who understood how language influences mental states.
NLP creates states that are useful in situations where motivation and goals are sought, such as in personal development, in business related issues or sports performance.
NLP is also highly successful in curing fears and phobias, which can limit a person’s potential and lower confidence.
What you will gain from Hypnosis and NLP
Your session will include instruction in how to achieve self-hypnosis which will let you have the control to strengthen and to set up states to achieve positive outcomes in specific situations. You will feel more enabled, at peace with yourself and more creative.
Self-hypnosis can be used for power-napping states and business people or parents with hectic schedules find this a useful tool as it enables them to feel refreshed for their coming meetings or to calm down and avoid stress during the rush of the day. For example, sports competitors or those preparing for exams, find self-hypnosis useful in maintaining calm states of being before the event.
Please see the list of Treatments to see where hypnosis and NLP may help you.
Gain confidence and call me for an initial free consultation and you personal assessment plan.
Sara Howard, Inspired for Change, Telephone 01296 634921.