Hypnotherapy

What is Hypnosis?

The use of hypnosis to treat disease (hypnotherapy) has been around for a long time, in fact the British Medical Association approved the use in hypnotherapy in 1955, the American Medical  Association approved its use in 1958. Hypnosis is neither sleep nor awake, but is a deeply relaxed, altered state of consciousness which empowers the individual to allow beneficial, positive suggestions to be accepted by the unconscious mind, the part of us which stores our deepest beliefs, memories, fears and emotions.This sometimes neglected part of the mind exercises a large influence over our personality and our behaviour. 

Hypnotherapy can be used to make positive changes in your life and to provide relief from a variety of physical and psychological symptoms, it is a brief, strategic therapy, one that is aimed specifically at finding a resolution to your problems as quickly, safely and efficiently as possible.  

Some of the general conditions that may be treated with hypnosis include;

  • Stopping smoking
  • Phobias and fears
  • Weight control
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Skin conditions
  • Psychogenic infertility
  • Stress and insomnia
  • Performance anxiety
  • Post traumatic stress
  • Supporting clients going through and recovering from cancer
  • pain managment
  • Depression and anxiety

 

 

Natasha Harvey D HYP MBSCH AAMET, Market drayton, Shropshire, Tarvin & Nantwich, Cheshire 

Tel: 07913 533870   Email: info@hypnotherapynatashaharvey.co.uk