Hypnotherapist

A hypnotherapist uses hypnosis to enable patients to talk about negative or painful situations. The aim is for them to change their behaviour and improve the quality of their lives. This technique is used to treat a range of psychological and emotional conditions.

Our hypnotherapists are well qualified and experienced professionals who have often worked in the NHS before moving into hypnotherapy. They are dedicated practitioners who are empathic and have a deep understanding of their patient’s needs.

They work closely with patients to help them change obstructive patterns of behaviour which have limited their life choices. The aim is to remove these and encourage positive forms of behaviour.

They are members of professional bodies such as National Council for Hypnotherapy. They abide by its strict rules and code of conduct.

What is hypnosis?

This refers to a trance-like state where the patient is conscious but extremely relaxed and susceptible to instructions by the hypnotherapist. The patient is encouraged to talk openly, especially about subjects which they find distressing as this is often the key to their current state.

The aim of hypnosis is to change negative ways of thinking and acting into positive forms of action and as a solution to their physical/psychological problem.

Hypnosis is used to treat:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Phobias
  • Addictions
  • Insomnia
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Migraines
  • Multiple sclerosis

This is an effective form of treatment for these and other similar conditions.