Hypnotherapy is a fairly common modality used by many psychotherapists for a number of issues. It is however, misunderstood and for many clients being skeptical is common and understandable. Often therapeutic hypnosis is confused with entertainment hypnosis and the two are in fact vastly different.
During Hypnotherapy the client is in complete control of the session and it’s outcomes. Clients report being even more aware of themselves during hypnosis and often experience a deep sense of security. The goal of hypnotherapy is to tap into a person’s subconscious, a super powerful part of the brain, and interject suggestions which empower the client in a variety of ways depending on the initial goal.
These suggestions are so powerful that many clients see the desired result very quickly. Whether it is for anxiety reduction, weight loss, smoking cessation, or a number of other issues, hypnosis may be an effective way to achieve your therapeutic goals.