How It Works

Aquarius Hypnotherapy

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Hypnotherapy is used to gain access to the subconscious mind where positive changes can and will be made. The subconscious is the creative part of our mind where all our anxieties and stress, bad habits - such as smoking and over-eating, poor sleep, fears and phobias, are stored. Some habits are needed but others may be restricting your life - safely accessing the subconscious of an individual’s mind through hypnosis enables positive changes to be made to behaviours and emotions. Hypnotherapy can only help you to achieve your own goals and cannot make you do anything that you would not want to do.

As a Clinical Hypnotherapist I will only work on what your needs are, and nothing more. You are always safe and secure and may be aware of what’s being said during the hypnosis session itself. There is no particular depth of trance required – simply being rested will enable the suggestions for change to be absorbed into the subconscious naturally and easily.

Hypnotherapy itself is an enjoyable experience and is a very safe therapeutic communication to the subconscious mind and can enable new, more desirable behaviours to replace those that were causing difficulty. You will find the experience of hypnotherapy a most relaxing way to rid yourself of unwanted behaviours.

Solution-Focused Hypnotherapy can help with a wide range of issues:

- coping with stress
- anxiety-related issues, including phobias
- improving sleep
- helping with depression
- loss of self-confidence
- IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
- pain control
- over-eating
- stopping smoking

 

How many sessions will it take?

This varies from person to person and according to background and current situation. There are no guarantees of success as each person is different and responds to therapy in different ways but usually hypnotherapy can start showing results in a fairly short time. The number of sessions needed differs with each person and will be discussed as the sessions progress.