Hypnotherapy is being listed as the next big wellness trend to try out. After the pandemic, many are looking for new wellness trends and treatments that feel holistic and everyone loves to try something ‘new’.
Time and time again, hypnotherapy is showing up as an effective way to treat anxiety, worry and fear. Many individuals have looked at their lives during lockdown and have formed a desire to change old habits or situations. The power of hypnosis is being discussed more and people are becoming open to changing the way they think, feel and experience the world.
Hypnotherapy is a complementary therapy that uses hypnosis to make positive changes in order to improve wellbeing. It can help you to overcome phobias, stress, anxiety, pain and to give up habits such as smoking or over-eating. It can also improve confidence and empower.
Hypnosis has been portrayed in a certain way thanks to TV entertainment shows in the nineties and so people think of it as an extreme treatment. Hypnotherapy for healing and hypnosis for entertainment are very different. If you look at it closely, hypnotherapy is a tool for shifting thoughts, behaviours and habits. Whenever I start a hypnotherapy session with a client, I always start by asking ‘What would you like to change in your life?‘
Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness, very similar to daydreaming, nodding off or losing yourself in a really good book.
Hypnotherapy can help you remove damaging beliefs from childhood, change habits such as quitting smoking and finely tune your mindset to create the life you want to live. We can’t erase memories from the past however, hypnotherapy helps to reformat memories to make them less painful.
Hypnotherapy is far from being a wellness trend, in fact it has been around for thousands of years and is an evidence-based practice.
If you would like to learn more about hypnotherapy and experience it for yourself, please get in touch and we can arrange a consultation to discuss how I can help you.