What can you expect when you come for your first session?

Our first session we will be mostly getting to know each other and deciding what changes are most important to you.  We become a team and work together to create a plan for our time together and what goals and objectives you would like to achieve.

What is the difference between hypnosis and clinical hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis is when you client is in a hypnotic state which has been induced and allows for the communication between the subconscious and the conscious.  Alternatively, hypnotherapy involves the changes or healing that occurs whilst the client is under hypnosis. 

Can anybody be hypnotized?

Any person of reasonable intelligence can be hypnotized, however the experience for each person and each session can be also different.    A person who does not want to be hypnotized, is unlikely to be. 

Is Hypnotherapy a new thing?

It most certainly is not!  The earliest record of hypnosis is recorded in the history of Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt.  The modern era of hypnosis started in the 1800’s and has evolved over time with some amazing pioneers in the field working and researching to bring the best outcome for their clients. with Franz Mesmer with his views on animal magnetism and progress gradually over time.  

Will I remember anything?

The short answer is Yes!  Most client remember most of what has been said and often feel quite alert during the session. 

Do I work with everyone and all issues?

At the forefront of every interaction, a client’s health and well-being is at the forefront of my mind.  This means that at times, I may not be the best person to work with a particular person and in these cases, we talk about it and I often refer people to someone else who I feel is more suitable. I see the client as the expert in their own lives and provide them with autonomy over the decisions and changes they wish to make.

What can be treated using hypnotherapy?

Grief and loss, Relationship issues, weight management, exercise, motivation, hormone imbalances, depression, anxiety, smoking, PTSD, insomnia, mood changes, procrastination, employment concerns, family dynamics, illness, pain, children, birthing, fertility, fears, habits and various health issues.