Hypnosis, a state of inward
attention and focused concentration that provides a safe and secure
state of mind in which to both examine the roots of problems and explore
Hypnosis has many applications in therapeutic settings. Virtually
unlimited - among them are:
Confidence and Self Esteem
Disorders and Disturbances
& Stress Management
and Athletic Performance
with Life Transitions
for Medical/Dental Procedures
to Motivation and
for Grief and Loss
hypnotherapy provides a safe and secure state of mind in which to
examine the roots of problems, explore promising alternatives, and make
is a state of inward attention and focused concentration. When the
mind is concentrated and focused, people are better able to tap into and
utilize their inner resources, to make personal changes, and learn how
to better govern their own lives. Because hypnosis allows people
to use more of their potential, they gain more self-control (it is a
myth that people lose control during hypnosis).
can help you enter a relaxed, comfortable, trance state for obtaining
specific therapeutic outcomes. With clinical hypnotherapy, the therapist
can make suggestions designed to help you formulate specific internal
processes (feelings, images and internal self-talk) that will lead to
mutually agreed upon outcomes.
not confuse Stage Hypnosis with Hypnotherapy.
Stage hypnosis is entertainment, pure and simple. The people on
stage have volunteered because they want to do these things, and be the
center of attention. Social compliance is a large part of these
shows - some would say social compliance is the whole show! When
people are hypnotized, their subconscious still looks after them. People
will not do anything they do not want to simply because they are
is currently used in dentistry, medicine and psychology and has proved
helpful if used alongside more conventional treatments and therapies.
are many different therapeutic techniques which can be used with
hypnosis, and almost as many schools of thought behind those techniques.
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