About Hypnosis

About Hypnosis

Hypnosis and hypnotherapy has been around for more than 5000 years; it is now being recognised as a safe and effective tool to assist with a great many issues – in fact, it is accepted by the British Medical Association as a valuable treatment methodology and has been since 1955.

The subconscious is happy to accept new and positive suggestions and responses to issues that have been problematic for you because italways wants whats best for you.   The way you respond to things now is as a result of an old pattern of behaviour positive or negative.  If we do not re-programme the subconscious with different solutions as we grow, it continues to use the outdated one it has always used.


Can I be Hypnotised?

The short answer generally is YES! Most peoplehave more natural hypnotic ability, most people can be hypnotized. Furthermore, like musical ability, hypnoticability tends to increase with practice.


How will I know I’m Hypnotised?

Most people describe hypnosis as a pleasant experience, during which they feel focused and absorbed in the hypnotic experience.You will feelalertyet more relaxed, more comfortable, or more peaceful.  Quite like the waking state between sleep and wakefulness.Awake but just relaxing back and enjoying the peace and relaxation.


A Few Concerns?

You may have a few doubts or concers about hypnotherapy.  We read all sorts of nonsesnse in the press.  Here are answers to a few misconceptions.  feel free to email me if you need further reassurance.


Myth 1  – The person being hypnotized will be under the control of the hypnotist, and can be made to do or say anything the hypnotist wants.

Fact 1 – This is not true. No matter how deeply hypnotized you become, you will remain in control throughout the session. You cannot be made to do anything you do not want to do, or anything that you are uncomfortable doing.


Myth 2 – Hypnosis is something that is done to people, rather than something that they can do for themselves.

Fact 2 – This is not true.  Hypnosis is a skill you can learn. It is a tool you can use to help yourself feel better.


Myth 3 – People can become trapped in hypnosis and canot “come out” of it when they want to

Fact 3 – This is not true.  You can end hypnosis  whenever you want.  You are always in control.


Myth 4 – People have to be ” hypnotizable” or ” gullible” for hypnosis to work.

Fact 4 – This is not true. Most people can benefit from hypnosis.,  Choosing to be responsive to suggestion means only that you have the ability to use hypnosis effectively.


Myth 5 – During hypnosis, people are unconscious.

Fact 5 – This is not true.  During hypnosis you are not asleep or unconscious, although you may feel very relaxed.  You are active participants in the hypnosis session.


Don’t you deserve to live your life how you want?


What can hypnotherapy help with?

Hypnosis can help a whole multitude of things and can give EFFECTIVE and LONG-LASTING RESULTS for:


Alcohol Addiction


Anger Management




Binge Eating



Childhood Issues


Confidence & Self Esteem


Eating Disorders

Exam Nerves

Feeling a Failure

Fears & Phobias






Pain Management & Pain Relief

Panic Attacks

Personal Development

Post natal Depression

Relationship Issues

Sleep Problems

Stress & Anxiety

Sexual Problems

Sexual Abuse

Weight issues


and many many more conditions not listed here!