Hypnosis employs a naturally occurring state of mind and we often experience natural trance states during each day, such as when we are driving a car on 'auto-pilot', or day dreaming etc

The hypnotic state occurs normally in everyone when certain physiological & psychological conditions are met and with the assistance of a properly skilled hypnotherapist, it is possible to use this state to make deep and long lasting changes to thoughts, feelings, emotions and behaviour.

If your problem has an emotional, habitual or perhaps psychological origin then hypnotherapy is an excellent way to communicate with these parts of your mind.

Hypnosis is a different state of conciousness to the normal 'alert' state and you can easily enter it so that for therapeutic purposes, beneficial instructions may be given directly to your receptive unconscious mind, which are accepted far less critically and more effectively, than in the normal state. A skilled therapist may 'seed' constructive ideas, which then change behaviour and attitudes at their source.

Thus, hypnosis is an affective way of making contact with our inner (unconscious) self, which is both a reservoir of unrecognised potential and knowledge, as well as being the unwitting source of many of our habits and problems.

Clinical Hypnotherapy

Clinical hypnotherapy means using hypnosis to treat a variety of medical and psychological problems. It does not usually deal with problems than have an organic origin, but can help with some of the symptoms such as pain. It does deal effectively with problems due to emotional & psychological sources.

Its is estimated that 85% of people will readily respond to clinical hypnotherapy. It may even succeed where other, more conventional methods of treatment have been slow, or failed to produce results

When carried out by a professionally trained and skilled hypnotherapist, the benefits are usually swift, long lasting and often permanent.

It is completely natural and safe, with no harmful side effects.