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Clinical hypnotherapy

  • by Alan Piper
  • 08 Nov, 2016

The best way to resolve emotional issues

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Clinical Hypnosis aims to help you resolve emotional related disorders. It uses treatments that act as helpers, each targeting a specific subconscious emotional issue.You are guided through hypnosis to find and eliminate the cause of your problems.The hypnosis treatment working in the background simply opens the door to your subconscious and guides you through its maze to eliminate the problem.

When going into therapy, you are basically asking someone else to help you understand and help you make the corrections to your emotional sate and well being .

Myths about Hypnotherapy

Myth 1: Hypnosis requires lots of sessions 

This is nonsense: many issues can be resolved in to 1 to 3 sessions .The techniques are now so good that any with most presenting problems (80 per cent of clients) can be treated in 2 or 3 sessions - even with the likes of chronic anxiety.

Myth 3: You’ll be made to do something silly

The answer is no! clinical hypnotherapy is not stage hypnosis. You can’t make anyone do anything that they don’t want to do.

Myth 5: Your hypnotherapist will dangle a stop-watch before your eyes.

The only tools a hypnotherapist will use are our voice and words. The first stage of hypnosis is getting someone to close their eyes and in 2016 it doesn’t involve watches or people dangling objects or people standing over you.

For more information on how clinical hypnotherapy can help you,call us at Wise Blue Owl Therapy on 01784392449

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