How can Hypnotherapy help me?

How can Hypnotherapy help?

If you are ready to push through those invisible barriers that have stopped you getting where you really deserve to be, Hypnotherapy is a fantastic tool for helping your subconscious mind to catch up with your conscious thoughts and help you to achieve whatever you want to. It gives you the confidence to believe in yourself, no matter how many false starts you’ve had.

If you’re worried because you’ve seen programmes on TV where people are hypnotized and then told to do silly things to make people laugh, then please don’t worry.  Those sorts of programmes are done purely for entertainment and the participants know exactly what they’re letting themselves in for and are very willing to take part.  Clinical Hypnotherapy is very different in that it is done as a means of creating change and you’ll only accept the suggestions which are right for you.

Hypnotherapy is simply deep relaxation which allows the client to open access to their subconscious mind and change their inner belief, old habits, release fears, gain confidence and create a whole new way of thinking and feeling about themselves.  There are so many ways that it can help someone to change how they feel, think, act or are so if you’re not sure if it’s something that can help you, then give me a call and we can explore if it’s something that can help you.

Some areas that Hypnotherapy can help with include:

  • Relaxation in Pregnancy and Childbirth
  • Reducing stress
  • Reducing anxiety
  • Increasing your confidence and self-esteem
  • Dealing with phobias
  • Taking control of your eating habits and weight-loss
  • Stopping smoking
  • coping with your driving test, exam and public speaking nerves

and much, much more

Berkshire Hypnotherapist and Counsellor

Contact Catherine today for an informal chat to see if she may be able to help you. All of the contact details are here including a quick contact form. All enquiries are treated in the strictest of confidence.

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