What is hypnotherapy?

Clinical hypnotherapy is when your therapist incorporates counselling and/or psychotherapy, AND hypnosis to achieve the cilents desired end result.

There are many methodologies used to facilitate the counselling component. Please see our article on Counselling for further information.

Incorporating talk-based therapy to uncover the issues and problem history, then working with you to change the patterns holding you back from your effective directions.

It focuses more on the subconscious mind in the form of trance. Please see our article on Hypnosis found under the category Therapies.

Hypnotherapy is a person-centred psychotherapy, using guided visualisation to achieve an altered state of consciousness called trance. Trance is characterised by increased focus and concentration. Once a client has heightened awareness, a trained therapist can help them bring about desired life changes and harness their potential. Through correct delivery, fMRI recordings have shown that hypnotherapy creates new neural pathways leading to lasting change.  

From ICHP, Hypnotherapy Australia

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  1. I suffered with hyperemesis in my last pregnancy and I am in my second pregnancy now and have it again. Wondering if you guys can help with a hypnosis session see if that can help?

    1. Hi Tanisha, thanks for reaching out. Sorry you are having a tough time at the moment. We are happy to see if there is something we can do to help, please feel free to contact us to book an initial appointment.

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