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How to benefit most from therapy

Personal change can be swift or slow dependent on many factors, including personal motivation, the severity and complexity of the problem and how ambitious your goals are.

  • Please be patient and come with a positive expectation that therapy will be helpful and productive.

  • Speak openly about your ideas of what will help.

  • Understand that change often requires practice and perseverance.

  • Be aware that no therapist can offer a guarantee of a cure or improvement.



Just in case you are wondering here are some facts on Hypnotherapy…

There is no great mystery to hypnosis – it is a natural process. Drifting in and out of trance/daydream is part of our everyday life, like those times when you drift into a day dream for a few moments, that can be described as hypnosis. A Hypnotherapist uses this relaxed state to help you make the changes you want.

Just to dispel some of the myths

  • You cannot get ‘stuck’ in hypnosis.

  • You do not in any way become unconscious or semi-conscious.

  • You cannot, at any time, be made to do things you do not want to.

  • You are totally aware of yourself and your surroundings at all times.

  • You do not go to sleep.

  • You are not in anybody’s power and nobody can take control of you.

  • You can voluntarily leave the hypnotic state whenever you wish to.

  • You cannot ‘leave your body’.

  • You cannot ‘lose your mind.’

  • You cannot be ‘possessed’ in some way.

Hypnosis is a truly natural state of mind and body.

Hypnotherapy can be a very powerful tool to help positively influence your life.

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