Modern hypnotherapists use hypnosis not only for medical purposes but also as an aid for the resolution of many problems of psychological origins.

The actual experience of being hypnotised is very difficult to describe, neither asleep nor awake. All hypnotic states are characterised by a tremendously pleasant state of relaxation, an altered state of consciousness into which individuals allow themselves to enter so that desired, beneficial suggestions may be given directly to the unconscious mind. Thus, hypnosis is a natural, effective way of making contact with the inner (unconscious) self, a source of many of our problems as well as a tremendous reservoir of unrecognised potential strength and knowledge, i.e. the forgotten assets. Nobody can ever be hypnotised against their will and, even when hynotised, people can still reject any of the suggestions given if they are not appropriate.

Hypnotherapy means the use of hypnosis for the treatment and relief of a variety of somatic and psychological problems. In particular Hypnosis has been successful in helping many people break unwanted habits such as smoking, drug and alcohol abuse. Hypnosis has helped individuals free themselves from phobias, compulsions and is an effective tool to aid weight control. Hypnotherapy is completely natural and safe and there are no harmful side effects.

During the initial consultation the client and therapist decide if they can work together and following a discussion about the presenting problem, will agree on a realistic and achievable goal. It´s most important that both the client and therapist feel comfortable together to ensure measurable results in the shortest time possible.

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