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What if I can't be hypnotised?

Anyone can be hypnotised. As long as they want to change and are willing to listen to instructions.  It's an easy, enjoyable and thoroughly relaxing process.

How does it work?

Hypnosis and in particular, Rapid Transformational Therapy™  (RTT) has worked and continues to work for thousands of people just like you, no matter what the issue is. It’s a simple, effective and proven treatment. Hypnosis however is not magic – it’s science.  RTT works by creating a burst of brain waves, the same brainwaves as when you’re in REM sleep. That’s what allows you to access the subconscious mind.

How will it feel?

Hypnosis is a natural state that you experience in your day-to-day life, so it will not be an unfamiliar feeling to you. You may feel sleepy.  However, most people feel relaxed and at ease. You may feel quiet and reflective for a couple of days. Some people have an instant change, for others it’s cumulative or retrospective.

How can it work in just one session?

Hypnosis allows direct access to the 'reasons' why we do what we do and why we react the way we react.  Saving you hours, even years in talking therapy. The cause of our issues are usually age appropriate and formed in childhood. Sometimes it can take more than one session per issue (e.g. long-term depression and anxiety or weight issues) but as a rule, most issues take between 1-3 sessions.

Do you do regression?

Yes, it's reviewing past events...... NOT reliving them. 

Am I assured of confidentiality?

Absolutely. All clients are assured of confidentiality about any information they disclose, in accordance with the Professional Codes of Ethics.  Your comfort, safety and confidence are my utmost priority.

What  if I uncover something I do not wish to share?

You are in complete control during hypnosis. If you do not wish to share something, you will not. If you go back to scenes from your past that relate to sexual or physical abuse, or other traumas,  I only need to know how you felt and how it has affected you.

What ages do you work with?

I work with all ages, although for clients under 18, I judge it on a case by case basis. It is important to note that whatever the age, it must be the CLIENT'S highest priority that is addressed in a session (this often differs from parental priorities).

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