How can Hypnotherapy help you?

Hypnotherapy is the process through which your therapist will work directly with your subconscious mind to encourage you to think and act differently in the future.
Hypno-analysis is the process by which your therapist will take you back through the important events and emotions of your life to where phobias and anxieties began. From here you can be taught to think and feel differently about these events and feelings so that you are able to deal positively with similar ideas when they present themselves in the future. For example, a fear of heights can be overcome by reprogramming your subconscious mind to feel comfortable about heights.

How else might you benefit from Hypnotherapy?
Hypnoptherapy and Hypno-analysis can also help with a range of problems such as,

Acrophobia, Agoraphobia, Anxiety, Allergies, Blushing, Claustrophobia,

Confidence issues e.g. taking tests and exams or public speaking/presentations,

Eating problems, Fear of flying, Fear of water, IBS, Indigestion, Insomnia,

Nail biting, Nightmares, Pain management, Relationship issues, Stammering,

Sexual difficulties e.g. Impotency, Premature ejaculation, Inorgasmia,

Disinterest/loss of libido etc.

Whatever the problem hypnotherapy may be able to help so why not contact me to discuss the solution

Other Specialist Therapies

Past Life Regression –¬†Ever had the feeling that you have lived before? Are there things that happened in a past life which are affecting you in this life? Many people use Hypnosis as a way to revisit and explore possible past lives? So if you think you may have been here before why not unlock the details of those events through Hypnosis.

Sports Hypnotherapy – developing your athletic potential to the full. It was always the case in the past that the therapist would concentrate on the skills that sports people did not possess in the hope that they could be learned. This was an attempt to encourage players to perform beyond their capacity and potential, and as such was doomed to failure.

My own approach, developed from a new vision created in the United States, is to focus on those areas in which individuals perceive that they currently perform below their potential, reversing the negative subconscious messages that reinforce failure. In this way athletes can be helped to achieve at those higher levels by utilising positive attitudes and highly motivational subconscious prompts, freeing them to exploit their potential to the full.