Hypnotherapy for emotional pain
We are in such a world of turmoil and upheaval. There is much grief, anxiety, depression, anger and pain and my heart goes out to anyone who is living their life in this way. Modern clinical hypnotherapy offers a safe and natural way to transform your emotional pain to fill you with peace, joy and empowerment.
Hypnotherapy is hugely successful in these areas.
Depression, anxiety, self-punishment, self-protection, despair, guilt, shame, regret, sadness, unworthiness, jealousy, hatred, anger, revenge...
There is a much better way to live your life.
The best thing about hypnotherapy is that you don't need to explain everything that has happened in your life that has brought you to this point. In your hypnotherapy sessions, we will first determine what it is you would like to achieve. How would you like to feel? What will be better for you after your transformation?
Then your super powerful subconscious mind does the work, in hypnosis, to achieve it.
We guide you into self-hypnosis, all hypnosis is self-hypnosis, calming the chatter of your everyday thoughts so that you can allow your mind to wander, in connection with that place inside of you, your super subconscious mind, which knows everything about you and knows what needs to be done to achieve what you wish to achieve.
I love these transformational sessions. Some people tell me they have made major changes in their lives that they didn't have the courage, or the energy, to do previously in that old, outdated state of mind. They change their work or business, some change their home situation, relationships improve or change, they take on new leisure or sports pursuits or even incredible things such as some new venture they had never considered previously.
Others tell me they simply feel calmer, have more energy, more strength, that their loved ones, friends or colleagues have noticed the difference in them and their relationships have become more joyful. They face life's challenges differently, they have learned that they control their emotions, their emotions don't control them.
Grief affects every one of us at some point in our lives. For some, there is a natural process they follow to manage grief in their own way, yet others grieve for many years and cannot move on in their lives or it affects them so drastically that their health, lifestlye and relationships suffer.
Hypnotherapy for grief can be offered one year after the loved one has passed. The person needs this time to grieve in their own way without interference so that they can find their own path to inner peace in this time.
If the person is still hurting after this time, a hypnotherapist can be a helpful ally to find a path to peace and normality as they move through the ups and downs of life. It's not about 'getting over', 'healing' or 'releasing' grief, it's about never forgetting the loved one, taking that love forward through life's challenges and learning new resources to feel peace in every day situations and on anniversaries and special occasions.
Hypnotherapy can help you to neutralise the trauma of those last memories, thoughts and images of pain and suffering. The 'could have', 'should have', 'would have' dones, when people blame themselves or regret that they could have chosen different actions. Hypnotherapy brings relief, so that you can be free to recall the beautiful memories of the good times, as it should be and was meant to be. You may be grieving for a person, a number of people or even a pet, a lost job or a huge change of life. Please don't suffer needlessly, hypnotherapy can offer great relief and lead to freedom and hapiness in your relationships and in many areas in your life.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a type of anxiety disorder, which typically develops after being involved in or witnessing traumatic events. Once believed to only affect those involved in war, PTSD can affect anyone.
Of course, feeling fear when facing a scary or potentially dangerous situation is entirely normal. In fact, this fear is essential to our survival. It triggers reactions in the body which aim to save our life if threatened. This fight or flight reaction is natural and works to protect us.
Most people will experience a number of reactions after facing trauma, though will typically recover a short while after the event. For some people, however, these symptoms do not ease. They may feel frightened and stressed, and have flashbacks long after the event, and during regular situations. It's when these symptoms do not disappear and start to hinder everyday life that PTSD may be diagnosed.
|Post-traumatic stress disorder is thought to affect one in every three people who have a traumatic experience. It is not yet clear why some people develop the condition, and others don’t. PTSD can develop immediately after the experience, or it can appear weeks, months, or even years after.
The premise behind hypnotherapy is that is aims to access your unconscious and change the negative thoughts that are holding you back. Using the power of suggestion, hypnotherapy works to promote positive change. The suggestions used will depend on your symptoms and what you wish to gain from your sessions. The hypnotherapist will tailor techniques to you, helping you to manage symptoms and recognise potential triggers, as well as changing the way you react towards them.
Fears and phobias
Hypnotherapy is highly effective for releasing fears and phobias such as fear of spiders, insects, water, heights, flying, public speaking, fear of men or women, the dentist, blood, needles and many others. One session is often all that is needed, even for a life-time fear or a terrifying phobia.
You are not broken or out of control, you are unique! Your subconscious mind has had a very good reason for you to keep your fear or phobia, it has been protecting you. In hypnosis, your powerful super subconscious mind can find a better way for you to protect yourself that allows you to be free.