Could Hypnotherapy Really Help You?

Hypnosis Can Help. David7Hello and welcome. My name is David Kay and I am a Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist practicing in Swindon, specialised in anxiety disorders, as well as a range of emotional, relational and obsessive disorders, with over 20 years experience.

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Hypnotherapy is a uniquely helpful treatment for, anxiety, depression and other psychological problems

  • Is your life being adversely affected by insecurity, anxiety or panic?

  • Are you struggling with an emotional or relationship problem?

  • Are you trying to achieve a worthwhile goal but something stops you?

    If you know that one or more of these applies to you, then the answer is that HYPNOTHERAPY COULD REALLY HELP YOU AND IS A CHOICE TREATMENT FOR YOUR PROBLEMS.

    Hypnosis and hypnotherapy form one of the most powerful therapeutic tools for creating psychological change. An accomplished hypnotherapist can help you to overcome symptoms of stress, anxiety, phobias and all kinds of emotional problems. You can be helped to quit smoking, or to control your weight when will power isn't enough. It can be used to treat panic attacks, insomnia, exam nerves, obsessions, psychosomatic symptoms, chronic pain, confidence and even help improve performance in sports.

    "Research shows that there is more scientific evidence for Hypnotherapy than any other Complementary Therapy..." The Health Education Authority.

    The objective of any hypnotherapist is to help you get free of whatever is getting in the way of enjoying life and achieving what you want.

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    How hypnotherapy can help you

    Within the field of hypnotherapy there are many different approaches and methods. This is a good thing, because there is a vast spectrum of symptoms and disorders, personality types, and individual circumstances that hypnotherapists need to deal with. Usually, the longer a therapist has been in practice, the more of these different skills and methods s/he will possess. In fact, most of the major hypnotherapy organizations and also the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), to which many now belong, require their members to undergo continued professional training on a yearly basis. Very briefly, some of the major methods used include:

  • Suggestion Therapy uses the state of hypnosis to facilitate the absorption of therapeutic suggestions, for example to increase confidence or quit smoking.

  • Hypnoanalysis/Regression seeks to remove the root cause of your symptoms in childhood.

  • Solution-focused Therapy seeks to activate the natural ability we all possess to solve our own problems.

  • Ericksonian Hypnotherapy makes use of complex metaphors and hypnotic language to draw out our own innate healing and problem solving ability.

  • Cognitive Behavioural Hypno-psychotherapy uses hypnosis to help change thoughts and behaviours that maintain psychological illness.

  • Parts Therapy seeks to access different parts of the self to resolve internal emotional conflict.

    How much does it cost? How many sessions?

    Although there is no such thing as an instant cure-all for serious psychological problems, hypnosis provides a powerful way of making beneficial changes in the deeper unconscious part of the mind. For some clients the result can be surprisingly quick. For others there is a more gradual improvement that becomes apparent over time.

    Simple problems (e.g. specific fears or habits) require between one and three sessions. More complex issues usually require a course of between six and twelve. A few people have more and this is fine as long as you are still gaining benefit. As for fees most hypnotherapists (apart from a few luxuriate London locations) charge somewhere between 45 and 80 per one-hour appointment usually (but not always) dependent on the level of experience and training.

    Hypnotherapy is very safe

    Contrary to popular myth hypnosis or trance is a natural state. During hypnotherapy you will not generally feel 'hypnotised' as such and there is no loss of control. You cannot be made to do anything against your will, and no hypnotherapist should have any reason whatsoever to want to do this. You do not go to sleep or fall unconscious. Most people experience hypnosis as pleasant relaxation, somewhere between imagining and dreaming, and far removed from the worries and cares of life.

    Therefore, so long as any therapy is undertaken with a qualified, properly trained practitioner hypnotherapy is a very safe way to resolve your problems. For a detailed explanation of hypnosis myths go to Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy - Learn the Truth

    You may have seen hypnosis at a show or on the television

    Many of you will have seen ITV's hypnosis game show, You're Back in the Room. And then there was 'Hypnodog' who hypnotized Simon Cowell and others on the Britain's Got Talent show. Are they really under hypnosis? Is it fake? Are they actors? To get my answers to these and other questions go to my article: My answer to stage hypnosis...

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