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Welcome to the world of your mind. A fascinating topic that has been explored by many disciplines, such as psychology, neuroscience, philosophy and the arts.

Hypnotherapy is a type of mind-body intervention that uses hypnosis to create a state of focused attention and increased suggestibility to help with various issues.


What is Hypnosis?

Contrary to popular myths, hypnosis is not about giving someone control over your mind neither of losing control or consciousness. Hypnosis is a natural state of consciousness
where your mind becomes highly focused and receptive to positive suggestions.


It is a deep state of relaxation and heightened concentration. Hypnosis allows you to tap into your subconscious mind, where your thoughts, emotions, and memories reside.

Understanding Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a technique that utilises hypnosis to aid in the treatment of specific symptoms or health conditions. It works by inducing a hypnotic state marked by waking
awareness that allows you to experience detached external attention and to focus on inner experiences. You are guided into a focused awareness.


In this receptive state, you are more open to suggestions, making it easier to address negative thought patterns, behaviours, and habits that reside in your sub-conscious mind.

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The Science Behind Hypnosis

Hypnosis is not a magic trick or a pseudoscience, but a natural and effective way of influencing the mind and the body. It has gained recognition and acceptance in the medical and psychological communities as a valid therapeutic technique.

The science behind hypnosis is based on the idea that the brain can be influenced by focused attention and imagination. Hypnosis works by creating a dissociation between different parts of the brain, such as the prefrontal cortex, which is responsible for planning and reasoning, and the limbic system, which is involved in emotions and memories. By dissociating these parts, hypnosis can reduce the activity of the fear circuitry and enhance the activity of the reward circuitry in the brain. This can make the person more open to positive suggestions and less affected by negative stimuli.

Researchers have discovered that during hypnosis, brainwave activity changes, leading to increased receptivity to suggestions and a heightened state of focus. This altered state of consciousness allows for accelerated learning, enhanced problem-solving, and improved well-being.


Why Choose Me?

I am proud to offer professional and personalised RTT Hypnotherapy services.


As a practising hypnotherapist, I am dedicated to your well-being and am experienced in guiding you through transformative sessions. I create a safe and supportive environment, ensuring your comfort and confidentiality throughout the process.

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