Hypnotherapy is a type of complementary therapy that uses hypnosis, which is an altered state of consciousness.
What your mind believes, your body will follow.
The word hypnosis comes from the Greek word “hypnos” which means “sleep”. Hypnosis is widely used as a treatment for various long-term conditions and for breaking certain habits.
When might it be helpful?
What to expect
Through guided relaxation techniques, Jacky will invoke feelings of relaxation, concentration and focus, to achieve a heightened state of awareness. Once in a relaxed state, Jacky will assign positive suggestions and ideas into the subconscious mind to stimulate changes towards the desired outcome.
You’re in control when under hypnosis and fully aware of your surrounding and you can bring yourself out of the hypnotic state at any time. Hypnosis doesn’t work if you don’t want to be hypnotised.
The length of treatments depends on the problem or symptom and the individual’s circumstances. With some people a problem can be successfully treated in one to two sessions. Other problems such as anxiety and depression can take up to 5 or 6 sessions. Your treatment plan will be discussed at length in your initial consultation.
When you shouldn’t use hypnotherapy
You shouldn’t use hypnotherapy if you suffer from psychosis or certain types of personality disorder as it could make these conditions worse.
Consultations are charge at £25.00 and Hypnotherapy sessions are charged at £35.00 per session.
This is an introductory rate from 2018.