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What is Hypnotherapy?
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Hypnotherapy is a form of psychotherapy that enables a client to enlist the help of his/her subconscious mind to bring about therapeutic changes. A therapist will help the client to access his/her inner resources to achieve realistic goals. The therapist will normally do this by inducing a "hypnotic trance", which is simply a state of altered awareness, not sleep or unconsciousness.
Trance may be described as a 'natural learning state'.
What does a trance feel like?
Everyone experiences trance differently. For some, it may not feel any different to the normal 'waking' state. But normally, it's similar to that feeling of deep calm that we experience just before falling asleep at night or just before waking in the morning. It's an entirely natural state - every time you get absorbed in a book or a TV programme you are in a trance.
Will I lose conscious awareness or be asleep when I'm hypnotised?
No. Hypnosis is not a state of sleep and there is never, at any time, a loss of conscious awareness.
Will I lose control of my thoughts or actions?
No. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis. You will always remain in control. The hypnotherapist is a highly skilled therapist who guides you into your own hypnosis. It isn't a battle of wills! No one can hypnotise you if you don't want to be.
Will I be made to do odd or stupid things?
Absolutely not! Hypnotherapy is used for serious purposes only. Remember all hypnosis is self-hypnosis and you never lose control. No hypnotised person would do anything they would not normally do and no reputable hypnotherapist would suggest that their client do so.
What if I get 'stuck' in hypnosis?
There has never been an incidence of a client becoming 'stuck' in a hypnotic trance and nor could there be. You can take yourself in or out of hypnosis as you wish. Enjoyable as the hypnotic state may be, no one has ever chosen to remain in it permanently!
Is it dangerous?
The only time hypnosis could be dangerous is where a person has misused drugs before being hypnotised.
Is hypnosis medically approved?
Yes. The British Medical Association adopted hypnosis as a viable therapeutic tool in 1958, as did the American Medical and the American Psychiatric Association.
What is Suggestion Therapy?
Also known as clinical hypnosis, suggestion therapy is what most people are referring to when they talk of hypnotherapy. Suggestion Therapy can be used to: Lose weight, Quit smoking, Overcome fears and phobias, Aid relaxation, Reduce stress, Improve confidence, self-esteem and Help pass exams.
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