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Hypnosis can supercharge you.  Discover the truth about what is bothering you. These messes scattered around, they affect our daily lives

What is a Hypnotherapist?

A clinical person is guiding you in a trance state into a deep state of relaxation. Hyper focused and with concentration and increased suggestibility. They are helpers to help you clear your stresses like, diving deep into the subconscious mind to uncover and treat the root causes of mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, PTSD and addictions. Some use the service for weight loss, health issues and other challenges.

What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is the act of guiding someone into a trance state. Often we going into and out of trans states, when we are driving out car, we get to our destination, we wonder how did we get here? Or we are immersed in a movie or a book. We find ourselves in a trance.

Hypnosis or Hypnotherapy is not Coaching

My approach to coaching is that coaching can come after a hypnosis-therapy session/s.

As a coach you know all the answers, you just may need a prompt to nudge, some accountability to get done what you want to achieve.

What’s the mess?

  • Tell me about what you want to work on, is it:
    – Situation or?
    – Problem, health crisis,
    – What actions you have already taken? What were the results?
    – Results you have achieved to date
  • Tell me how you feel about it, how much does it bother you?
  • Include any other information you wish that may help me understand this situation and how to explore it through our conversations.

Usually no more the three sessions are really needed.. it doesn’t have to be drawn out.. once you figure out what the mess is about.. then you can just fix it.

Hypnotherapy services are to address a wide range of circumstances; however, according to Yeates (2016), people choose to have hypnotherapy for many other reasons:

“Ignoring specific issues such as performance anxiety, road rage, weight, smoking, drinking, unsafe sex, etc., those seeking hypnotherapy today do so because of ill-defined, vague feelings that:

(a) their health is far from optimal;
(b) their worry about past/present/future events is excessive and debilitating;
(c) they are not comfortable with who they are;
(d) they’re not performing up to the level of their true potential; and/or
(e) their lives are lacking some significant (but unidentified) thing
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