You may have arrived here because you want help for yourself or perhaps you’re doing some research into hypnotherapy treatments on behalf of a friend or loved one.
Either way, the biggest question you have at the forefront of your mind is whether hypnosis can help solve the problem that brought you here.
The answer is Yes.
For many people, much of what they know about hypnosis has been learnt from watching people willingly humiliate themselves on TV, however Hypnotherapy is not stage hypnosis. Stage hypnotists are performers who are excellent at reading people and actively seek extroverts who will put on a great show for the crowd.
Hypnotherapy, by contrast utilises the brains natural ability to change called neuroplasticity and offers a way to access the deeper structures of the unconscious mind bypassing the critical mind to directly influence the thoughts, feelings and beliefs that support the presenting issue.
Increasingly hypnosis is proving to be a highly effective solution for individuals experiencing emotional or mental difficulties when other treatments fail.
For people living with OCD, PTSD, anxiety, or depression, hypnosis can bring about truly transformative results offering rapid relief to an array of symptoms. Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are also effective treatments for :
- Weight Loss
- Pain Control
- Chronic Fatigue
- Anger management
Unlike counselling and other talk based therapies which sees people committing to ongoing weekly appointments, most of my clients only require three or four sessions.
Bev Gisborne is a highly sought-after therapist and trainer, based with her family in Norwich, Norfolk, but engaging with clients all over the globe. Her recently published E-Book ‘Manage Your Mind – Anxiety Busting Solutions’ has received many 5* reviews and is adds another branch to Bev’s range of client support and education.
Bev has helped many people overcome their mental, emotional, psychological and physiological issues from anxiety, weight loss, trauma, PTSD to chronic pain conditions. Offering a dynamic approach, utilising the most current research in neurological psychology. This approach is centered around the client and completely bespoke to the individual.