If you could use a natural state of being why wouldn’t you? That is hypnosis!

Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis is a natural state of being which all of us have experienced. In your childhood you were in trance or hypnosis a good deal of the time. You already know how to do it. It’s just that many people keep putting themselves into a negative trance and need to learn how to put themselves into a positive trance. Hypnosis can feel like daydreaming or when you are immersed in a good book, a film or a computer game. Sometimes when you are driving along a very familiar road you are in a light hypnotic trance and mildly surprised when you reach your destination.

Perhaps the secret of hypnotherapy is that you can learn to guide yourself out of your negative trances  into more positive ones with a little guidance from a  competent, ethical practitioner.

Hypnosis can help:
  • It allows you to access the deeper part of your mind and use them for your good.
  • It's effective at breaking habits and establishing new ones
  • It's another state of consciousness somewhere between being awake and being asleep.
  • It lets you be in control throughout the process
  • It enables you to go into a trance state whenever you want
  • It happens safely and easily
  • removes resistance by blocking out distractions
  • helps you remove a natural resistance to change
  • helps you turn can’t into can (or at least won’t)
  • helps you bypass your conscious mind which is often full of negative ideas
  • allows you to fully access your subconscious mind to make the powerful, lasting changes  you want
  • lets you feel refreshed and ready to face the world again
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Frequently Asked Questions

What sort of hypnotherapy do you practise?

I have trained in many different modes of hypnotherapy and other disciplines as I prefer not to stick rigidly to any one branch. If I am helping you make changes in your life I need to be able to change and mix and match too. This way I do not limit my capacity to work in a tailor made way with you. I use a mix of advanced clinical, hypnotherapy, cognitive, Ericksonian and solution focused therapy and pick whichever techniques are best suited to you. So it is fair to say I have a broad brush approach rather than rigidly following one school of thought as clients come in all shapes and are all individuals. All hypnotherapy is solution focused anyway as we all seek a solution to your issues. If you wish to experience regression that is fine;  if you wish to have a choice of induction methods that is fine too. Nothing is set in tablets of stone so as to give you the best possible solution to your issues and the quickest, most thorough way of changing your life in whatever way you choose to do so.  If I were to follow only one school of thought or techniques I would limit your choices of success.

Will I lose control?

No; you are in total control of your own thoughts. The hypnotherapist cannot make you bark like a dog or cluck like a chicken, unless that’s is what you wanted to achieve and any good hypnotherapist would not consider those to be viable outcomes.

Is it like stage hypnosis?

No. Stage hypnotists sometimes use similar induction techniques to a hypnotherapist, but stage hypnotists are using hypnosis to entertain people and use on stage those members of the audience who can go very deeply into trance and who wish to be famous or have their few minutes of fame.

Can I get stuck in a trance?

No, you can move around and talk. This is what children do as they are naturally in trance. Having said that, I notice alot of people who spend alot of their lives in a negative ‘trance’ or state of mind, imagining the worst, resisting change and being stuck in a rut.

Can I resist hypnosis?

Yes if you want to. You only make the transition into hypnosis if you want to.

Is  hypnosis difficult to learn?

No, you already know how to do it. You have been doing it since the day you were born

Can I control others using hypnosis?

No; there is hypnotic language used by sales people and in advertisements, in politics and meetings but you only accept these suggestions if you feel inclined to do so.

Am I in a coma?

No.

Am I asleep?

No. Some clients occasionally fall asleep during hypnosis but hypnosis is not sleep

Am I unconscious?

No.

Fees & Session

Sessions

You will need between 3-8 sessions, although, as you are in control of your own therapy length and intensity you can leave when you feel you can manage without my help. I always tailor make your therapy and give 100%, aiming to work with you as thoroughly and quickly as possible.

Fees

An initial FREE consultation of 15 minutes is available for you from Get Mind Fit to see if your problem would be appropriately treated with hypnotherapy. Afterwards, each session, lasting around 50 minutes costs £70 or lasting around 75 minutes costs £100.

To cover administration costs, appointments not cancelled 48 hours beforehand or no shows may be charged a fee of £50.

Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis is a natural state of being which all of us have experienced. In your childhood you were in trance or hypnosis a good deal of the time. You already know how to do it. It’s just that many people keep putting themselves into a negative trance and need to learn how to put themselves into a positive trance. Hypnosis can feel like daydreaming or when you are immersed in a good book, a film or a computer game. Sometimes when you are driving along a very familiar road you are in a light hypnotic trance and mildly surprised when you reach your destination.

Perhaps the secret of hypnotherapy is that you can learn to guide yourself out of your negative trances  into more positive ones with a little guidance from a  competent, ethical practitioner.

How hypnosis can help:

FAQs

What sort of hypnotherapy do you practise?

I have trained in many different modes of hypnotherapy and other disciplines as I prefer not to stick rigidly to any one branch. If I am helping you make changes in your life I need to be able to change and mix and match too. This way I do not limit my capacity to work in a tailor made way with you. I use a mix of advanced clinical, hypnotherapy, cognitive, Ericksonian and solution focused therapy and pick whichever techniques are best suited to you. So it is fair to say I have a broad brush approach rather than rigidly following one school of thought as clients come in all shapes and are all individuals. All hypnotherapy is solution focused anyway as we all seek a solution to your issues. If you wish to experience regression that is fine;  if you wish to have a choice of induction methods that is fine too. Nothing is set in tablets of stone so as to give you the best possible solution to your issues and the quickest, most thorough way of changing your life in whatever way you choose to do so.  If I were to follow only one school of thought or techniques I would limit your choices of success.

Will I lose control?

No; you are in total control of your own thoughts. The hypnotherapist cannot make you bark like a dog or cluck like a chicken, unless that’s is what you wanted to achieve and any good hypnotherapist would not consider those to be viable outcomes.

Is it like stage hypnosis?

No. Stage hypnotists sometimes use similar induction techniques to a hypnotherapist, but stage hypnotists are using hypnosis to entertain people and use on stage those members of the audience who can go very deeply into trance and who wish to be famous or have their few minutes of fame.

Can I get stuck in a trance?

No, you can move around and talk. This is what children do as they are naturally in trance. Having said that, I notice alot of people who spend alot of their lives in a negative ‘trance’ or state of mind, imagining the worst, resisting change and being stuck in a rut.

Can I resist hypnosis?

Yes if you want to. You only make the transition into hypnosis if you want to.

Is  hypnosis difficult to learn?

No, you already know how to do it. You have been doing it since the day you were born

Can I control others using hypnosis?

No; there is hypnotic language used by sales people and in advertisements, in politics and meetings but you only accept these suggestions if you feel inclined to do so.

Am I in a coma?

No.

Am I asleep?

No. Some clients occasionally fall asleep during hypnosis but hypnosis is not sleep

Am I unconscious?

No.

Fees & Sessions

Sessions

You will need between 3-8 sessions, although, as you are in control of your own therapy length and intensity you can leave when you feel you can manage without my help. I always tailor make your therapy and give 100%, aiming to work with you as thoroughly and quickly as possible.

Fees

An initial FREE consultation of 15 minutes is available for you from Get Mind Fit to see if your problem would be appropriately treated with hypnotherapy. Afterwards, each session, lasting around 50 minutes costs £70 or lasting around 75 minutes costs £100.

To cover administration costs, appointments not cancelled 48 hours beforehand or no shows may be charged a fee of £50.

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