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  • What Is Hypnotherapy?
    Hypnotherapy or trance is very ordinary in many ways. We go in and out of trance many times during the day such as out for a walk or watching television. In our sessions I put you in a relaxed state in order to give your sub-conscious mind all the positive messages it needs to help you overcome your particular symptom or set of symptoms. It will help to reduce anxiety, calm your mind, help you sleep, balance your life and support you. ​Hypnosis or trance is a very natural, relaxing state and cannot encourage you or force you to do anything that you don't want to do.
  • What happens during my initial consultation?
    The initial consultation is a great time to get to know each other a little. I will start by gathering information about you and we will discuss what you want to achieve through hypnotherapy and our sessions together. I will explain how the brain works and how we can use this knowledge to help you achieve the results you want. An important part of the therapy is helping you to sleep so I will give you a free hypnotic download to listen to every night. The constant repetition of listening to this every night is an important part of the therapy and you will see results. You will be able to sleep better and start to feel more relaxed.
  • What happens in a hypnotherapy session?
    A standard hypnotherapy session is approximately 50 minutes. I tailor each session to every client and use a combination of modalities including talking therapy, EFT Tapping, NLP (near-linguistic programming) techniques, Mindfulness and Breathwork. I finish our session with around 20 minutes of trance or hypnosis, where I guide you into deep levels of relaxation where your subconscious mind can focus on the positive and helpful suggestions and thoughts made.
  • Does hypnotherapy work?
    The answers is yes! Hypnotherapy is an effective method for coping with stress and anxiety. It can help with many other conditions as well as it addresses the subconscious, instead of just the conscouis mind. Studies have found that it has a better success rate, with fewer sessions needed than both psychotherapy and behavioural therapy. It is a collaborative journey and so to achieve the best results, clients do need to put some work in too. Please read some of my testimonials from previous clients to learn a bit more.
  • Am I in control?
    Yes! You are in complete control and you cannot be made to do, say, think or accept anything against your will. You will be aware of everything that is happening and although you may not hear every word I say you will be in full control throughout the session. The depth of your hypnotic trance will depend on your willingness to ‘let go’ and trust the process. I will make suggestions and guide your subconscious mind but you will be fully aware of the conversation.
  • Do I have to do anything after the session?
    Yes! Please do listen to your hypnotic download every time you go to sleep. This will help the process greatly. Repetition is good for the unconscious mind and new ways of thinking turn into new habits. I suggest listening every day – or every other day if you can’t find the time – for about a month to see and feel differently.
  • How many sessions will I need and how often?
    The number of sessions required will vary for each person and each condition but on average you can expect to need at least 8-12 sessions for general anxiety and stress-related issues. If more sessions are required then we will discuss this together. The process depends on the individual and no process or individual are the same. We all experience emotions and feelings very differently. All sessions last 50 minutes.
  • What is a relaxation session?
    You can book a relaxation session whenever you want, a bit like booking a massage. It will help you relax and give you lots of calming suggestions. These sessions are a bit shorter as they only consist of the a brief chat and catch up followed by the trance.
  • Who should not use hypnosis?
    Those suffering from medical conditions such as those with psychiatric conditions (for example, psychosis, personality disorder, schizophrenia and bipolar) should not engage in hypnotherapy. People with life-threatening diseases should consult their GP/doctor before using hypnotherapy. Anyone who is unsure about whether hypnotherapy would suit their issue/medication can be put at ease by consulting their GP/doctor before booking a session.
  • Do you do online sessions?
    Yes. It has been found that hypnotherapy can be equally effective during online sessions and I have met with many clients using Zoom, FaceTime and Teams for many months. You need to ensure that you have a good internet connection and you have a place where you can feel safe and private to make the best out of the sessions. I will ask for emergency contact details for safeguarding reasons.
  • How do I book and pay?
    You can contact me online through my website email or by phone. If you leave a message, I will endevour to get back to you that same day and we can either chat then or arrange a time for me to chat further and book in our initial consultaion. Payments can be made via bank transfer or in person via cash.
  • What is your cancellation policy?
    Please let me have a minimum of 48 hours’ notice for all cancellations. I reserve the right to charge late cancellations, forgotten or missed appointments at the full rate. I am aware that life happens and therefore I do try and be as flexible as possible.
  • What happens to my personal information?
    As a member, I adhere to a code of professional conduct with the Association for Solution Focused Hypnotherapy (AfSFH) and The National Council of Hypnotherapists (NCH). Your information is not shared unless you provide express permission for me to do so. All personal information is stored in a locked cupboard, personal information taken is kept separately to session notes, which do not have your name written on them. All sessions are confidential but there are times when confidentially must be broken. To find the code of conduct for the AfSFH click here and to find the code of conduct for the NHC please click here and please read our Privacy Policy.

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