Over time, your unconscious mind has absorbed beliefs and learned behaviours. Where these beliefs or behaviours are unhelpful, hypnotherapy can help you to make positive changes because it focuses on making changes at an unconscious level. Hypnotherapy uses hypnosis to alter consciousness in order to influence cognitive behaviour. Hypnotherapy utilises the power of positive suggestion to influence the subconscious which can help to change learned behaviour and habits. Stimulating the conscious mind is also a part of the therapy. This creates heightened awareness, therefore making the mind as a whole more susceptible to positive suggestions.
Cognitive Hypnotherapy draws on research from a wide range of disciplines to understand how lasting change can be effected. In particular, its use of tailored suggestion combined with Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is directed at helping you to transform your beliefs and behaviours. We all act and think in different ways; Cognitive Hypnotherapy recognises that you are unique. Thus, rather than a ‘one size fits all’ approach, the treatment is tailored to you and works within your view of the world.
Hypnotherapy can be used to treat a range of issues, including:
This list is not exhaustive – there are many things hypnotherapy can help with.
At Fleet Street Clinic, we take pride in providing the best health service and it’s no different when it comes to our hypnotherapy service. Our hypnotherapist, Ms Alison Easton, is a member of the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH) and has genuine passion about hypnotherapy and how it can help people with a wide range of issues. She is patient, understanding, and most importantly has the experience and skill set to assist her patients in achieving their health aims. Please see our fees here.
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