What can clinical hypnotherapy help with?
Hypnotherapy gets your unconscious mind, which controls everything from a blink to your healing processes, anything your unconscious has control over hypnotherapy can influence.
Clinical hypnosis is now accepted by many medical and psychology professionals as an excellent intervention with tangible results. For a jargon free explanation of how hypnotherapy works click here.
The match between practitioner and patient really is key – without the trust and rapport it’s unlikely that your unconscious is going to let a relative stranger anywhere near your core ‘stuff’. If you have the motivation, we can achieve a safe and trustworthy place to work from and proceed at an appropriate pace we can treat almost anything.
Read some of my success stories
Trainee Policeman who needed a normal range blood pressure reading to pass his physical – he got in! (six sessions)
Senior civil servant who got the job – he came for confidence at interviews (two sessions)
Woman with Dystonia – a rare form of repetitive muscle convulsion – who wanted to get pregnant – she did (three sessions and then a referral)
Consultant Project manager overcame his crippling childhood bullying to resign from his abusive job and find a really great new role (twelve sessions)
Really talented journalist that had been unemployed for two years and off with depression – he went back into industry (twelve sessions)
Freelance cameraman whose dyslexia got his directors instructions to pan right and left mixed up (when he was live) – he was very frustrated after years of this. (eight sessions)
Woman who was almost frightened to go out of the house because her panic attacks had become so bad (three sessions)
Special Forces person who came for handling the pressure of critical high level decisions (five sessions)
*Please note that the time needed to work on a problem can vary significantly from person to person, these examples are provided to give you an idea of the efficacy of Hypnotherapy, but are not intended as an indication of what you might expect personally.