What is Hypnotherapy?

What can it treat and how does it work?

What happens during a session with a hypnotherapist?

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is a form of psychotherapy which uses altered states of awareness (hypnosis) to achieve a therapeutic end result. It is a much-misunderstood form of therapy and there are many myths surrounding this highly valuable form of treatment.

Most of us have only seen the stage or television hypnotist who seems to be able to get people to do things against their will, it is as if he exerts some kind of control over them. In fact, this is not the case at all as we shall see.

It is important to remember that the stage hypnotist very carefully primes his "victims" before they are allowed on stage.

He is very selective and only chooses people who exhibit a strong desire to go up on stage and be hypnotised.

Don't forget that these people all are aware that stage hypnotism acts are usually outrageous and that they will be required to perform some unusual act or other.

Click here to read what Hypnotherapy can treat and how it works.

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