Project Description

History of Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy took place in the Egypt between 3000-1000BC. During 1734-1815, an Austrian physician named Mesmer, started treating his patient. He later became known as the “father” of hypnotherapy. Hypnosis was spread and became very much used among professionals with higher education.

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Fulwood,
Preston,
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About hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy that uses the power of suggestion to encourage positive change. It is used for various reasons but mainly used, if you want to be able to do something, you currently can’t do or stop doing something you currently do. Hypnotherapy can help you with many different aspects of your life.

What is hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is a common form of complementary therapy. The process in itself is very simple and pain free. Hypnosis is usually done with the help of a hypnotherapist using verbal repetition and mental images. 

The trance (see below for more explanation) is a part of the hypnotherapy proses. When activating a trance in hypnotherapy, the client becomes more responsive to any suggestions given to him/her under the hypnotherapy process. These suggestions make the change(s) in the client.

The effect of a hypnotherapy is mainly long lasting if not life long lasting. It extends to the conscious state of the mind by relaxing it, while slowly stimulating it.

Explanation of the concept of hypnotic trance

Trance is a state where your conscious mind becomes still and goes into a deep relaxation. Your subconscious mind, becomes very active at this time. I use this trance state, to offer the suggestions to my client’s subconscious mind and in this way, I change the state of the conscious mind, which takes place when, the client is awaken. To be in the state of trance is absolutely safe. While being in trance, your body feels numb and heavy, but returns to normal, once your out of hypnosis. Overall hypnosis is very dynamic and a depth orientated approach.

The treatment involved

With the help of hypnotherapy, these treatments are available.

  • Control anxiety/ Nervousness/worry/unease

  • Control stress

  • Weight management

Please note: Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis is not suitable for people who experience or have been diagnosed with a psychotic disorder. You may consult with your GP to confirm that Hypnotherapy is suitable for you.

Prices and Durations

  • Weight management session – 60mins: £55

  • Anxiety Session – 60mins: £45

  • Stress session – 30 mins: £25