Hypnotherapy At The Westlake Clinic

Hypnotherapy is the therapeutic use of hypnosis that is aimed specifically at finding a resolution to your problem as quickly, safely and efficiently as possible. It is not a long drawn out method of solving a problem. A skilled hypnotherapist will have the ability to ascertain whether you need to regress back to find the root of the problem, or whether it is more applicable to use future progression techniques to change tomorrow.

Hypnotherapy is a state of altered consciousness in which the therapist can help you to access the deeper levels of awareness, to which you are usually oblivious in your normal day-to-day functioning. More often than not, what you are experiencing as a problem, whether emotional, psychological or psychosomatic (i.e. actually producing physical symptoms) is only a surface effect of a deeper underlying mental/emotional cause. It is at these deeper levels of consciousness that the hypnotherapist works with you, to bring about change in the way you feel, think and behave.

If left untreated, problems can sometimes create a ripple effect into other areas of your life, and what many people find is, on completion of effective hypnotherapy, other problems seem to melt away.

Hypnosis is a 100% natural state; everyone goes in and out of trance many times a day, whether it is while watching tv or just about to go to sleep, these are all trance like states.   Everybody experiences trance differently - it is a unique experience, but the client is always in control. In general a hypnotic trance is a pleasant, deeply relaxing and tranquil experience.  It is a natural state of heightened awareness and increased relaxation and suggestability, where you are able to open your mind to beneficial suggestions and where you can make use of your sub-conscious mind to help make positive changes in your life.

Whilst under hypnosis, clients experience a deeply relaxed state, drifting in and out of conscious awareness, tuning into the voice of the hypnotherapist and tuning out the external stimuli. Many people beleive that being hypnotised is like being asleep, but this is a common mis-conception, as while you are hypnotised you will be aware of all physical sensations around you, as well as sounds.

What are the benefits of Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy concentrates on the subconscious mind, the part of the brain which processes our habits, feelings and emotions. Hypnotherapy is often applied in order to modify a subject's behaviour, emotional content, and attitudes, as well as a wide range of conditions including dysfunctional habits, stress-related illness, pain management, cure addicitions such as alcohol addiction and drug addiction to stop smoking, weight loss, eating disorders, anxiety, panic attacks and personal development by improving confidence, self esteem and motivation and overcoming depression, removing phobias eg a fear of spiders or a fear of flying and improved relationships by correcting sexual and relationship issues.

Hypnotherapists at the Westlake Clinic have a great deal of experience in hypnosis and specialise in treating clients for:-

Hypnosis for weight loss
Hypnosis to stop smoking
Hypnosis for confidence
Hypnosis for panic attacks
Hypnosis for anxiety
Hypnosis for depression
Hypnosis for alcohol addiction
Hypnosis for drug addiction
Plus many more areas.

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