Generally, people make contact with me for hypnotherapy when they are struggling with an issue or problem in their lives, and sometimes they have tried other avenues first and this is their last resort.
People tend to think of hypnosis for things like quitting smoking, stopping negative habits, or alleviating phobias, and I do work with all of these issues. However, hypnotherapy is also extremely relaxing and an opportunity for you to invest in yourself with some self-care.
Often after their first experience of a hypnotherapy session, clients are astounded by just how much better they feel. The act of talking through an issue, identifying negative belief patterns, and understanding how to create new positive ones, before deep relaxation with hypnosis is very calming and therapeutic. I see many clients who check in with me on a regular basis for their own well-being and self-care.
I was told this week that my sessions are like a massage for the brain!
It is so good for you, especially in the difficult times that we are currently living in, to give yourself permission to tune into your thoughts, talk through what is troubling you, and then relax, recharge, and regroup. It is an opportunity to develop self-compassion, support your mind and body, and affect change for the better.
Hypnotherapy and self-care
Hypnotherapy can help you to gain awareness, discover what you would like to achieve, and then start taking those positive steps.
So do get in touch with me, if you’d like to know more about the support I offer and we can have a chat, with no obligation, and then set up an online appointment if you’d like to.
There doesn’t have to be something wrong, a fear or a bad habit, for you to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of hypnotherapy. So why not take the opportunity to invest in yourself, create new positive patterns of behaviour, and empowering beliefs in order to live your life in a way that’s most meaningful to you.