Hypnotherapy 2017-03-27T15:04:05+00:00

Fast Track Change in Your Life with Redlands Hypnotherapy

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Do you suffer from Depression?

Do you suffer from Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Addictions, Grief, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Relationship Issues, Abandonment Issues or Low Self Esteem?  Or perhaps you have low energy, no passion or purpose, guilt, shame, fears and phobias and many more…

If you suffer from any of these symptoms and want to rid yourself of them then I am here to help by using the proven methods of Hypnotherapy using TRTP “The Richards Trauma Process”

Hypnotherapy offers an exciting, safe, drug free and gentle way to effectively and quickly release and let go of the behaviours and baggage that is holding you back.  Redlands Hypnotherapy by Power of Change Counselling & Coaching, based in Cleveland, allows you to fast track amazing results.

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy involves suggestions directly to the subconscious mind, bypassing conscious criticism and doubt.  In a way it’s like reprogramming your brain to move past the challenges in your life.  Helen is a fully trained and qualified practitioner.

Hypnotherapy is a very safe and natural state that we all go into naturally at times, particularly when we are engrossed in something.  Remember driving home whilst thinking about something else and not remembering the journey – although you were clearly awake and conscious.

Our minds work on two levels – the conscious and the unconscious. We make decisions, think and act with our conscious mind. The unconscious mind is basically a huge computer loaded with a data base of programmed behaviours, most locked in before the age of 7.  In the relaxed state known as hypnosis, we can communicate directly with the unconscious mind.

In this state, the subconscious becomes freer and more receptive to new information allowing it transform by accepting positive and beneficial suggestions, to release those emotional blocks, beliefs, habits, behaviours, that have been acting as obstacles to achieving an enjoyable life or reaching goals.  This is why it is so quick and easy to change behaviours of a lifetime with hypnosis

In a process consisting of 3 sessions – it will astound you how free and life changing it is leaving behind what’s not working for you in your life.

The Hypnotherapy I use deals with the underlying, unconscious core beliefs which keep a person stuck in patterns of thought, emotion and behaviour. In dealing with this at the beginning of the Hypnotherapy process means self-sabotage is avoided during the continued sessions.

The Hypnotherapy does not merely address the symptoms it deals with the underlying cause of the problem, removing the emotional charge from the past and returning the person to a state of empowerment, returning the sympathetic nervous system to calm.

Move into passion, more energy, vitality, love, laughter, joy and peace.  Create the life you have dreamed of with nothing holding you back.

If you’d like to know more, complete my contact page – mention in the enquiry you’re interested in Redlands Hypnotherapy and include a phone number I can call you on OR text me or call 0439889969

Below is an explanation of TRTP by the Founder Judith Richards (The Richards Trauma Process)

Common Myths & Misconceptions about Hypnosis

Myth: Hypnosis is contrary to religious beliefs 2016-10-16T19:31:55+00:00

Fact: While a handful of religious sects have raised objections to hypnosis, today most religious groups accept the proper ethical use of hypnosis for helping people.  Hypnosis is not associated with any of the world religions.

Myth: A person under hypnosis is asleep or unconscious 2016-10-16T19:31:55+00:00

Fact: Hypnosis is neither sleep nor unconsciousness, even though a common misconception is that you are asleep when hypnotised. The experience of a formally induced hypnotic state might resemble sleep from the physical point of view: slowed breathing, eyes closed, muscles relaxed, activity decreased.  From the mental standpoint the client is generally relaxed and may be keenly alert, in a comfortable state where the person can think, talk and even move about if needed.  But all clients are unique and can experience hypnosis in their own unique ways.

Myth: Intelligent people can’t be hypnotised 2016-10-16T19:31:55+00:00

Fact: Quite the contrary, studies suggest that people of above average intelligence who are capable of concentrating and who have a capacity for creativity and vivid imagination usually make the best subjects.

Myth: A person can get stuck in a trance forever 2016-10-16T19:31:55+00:00

Fact: No one has ever been stuck in a hypnotic trance. Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state that we enter and exit during the normal course of a day. There are no known or reported dangers with hypnosis when working with a trained practitioner. If the hypnotist fails to emerge someone from hypnosis, he/she will return to a fully alert state on their own.

Myth: I won’t remember anything the hypnotist says 2016-10-16T19:31:55+00:00

Fact: Everyone experiences hypnosis differently … for some it’s a state in which you are focused on the hypnotists words and listening more carefully, for others it’s a little more like day dreaming and your attention may drift and wander from one thought to another … sometimes not paying any conscious attention to what the hypnotist is saying. Either way is okay, and neither will be more or less effective than the other. It’s simply a matter of your own personal style.

Myth: You can be hypnotised to do things against your will 2016-10-16T19:31:55+00:00

Fact: The hypnosis practitioner is merely a guide or facilitator. He/she cannot “make” you do anything against your will. In fact, during a hypnotic session, you are completely aware of everything going on. In other words, if you do not like where the hypnotist is guiding you, you have the power to reject the suggestions.

Myth: Some people can’t be hypnotised 2016-10-16T19:31:55+00:00

Fact:  everyone has the ability to be hypnotised because it’s a natural, normal state that each of us enter at least twice each day – upon awakening and falling asleep. We also enter a hypnotic state whenever we get totally engrossed in a movie or TV show. Also, whenever we are driving and daydreaming enough to miss a turn or freeway exit we know to take, we probably were experiencing a light state of hypnosis.

Thank you International Medical & Dental Hypnotherapy Assoc. for this information