Hypno Q & A

Frequently asked hypnotherapy Questions & Answers 
What is Hypnotherapy?  The best description I have heard is that hypnotherapy is an altered state of awareness that allows access to the subconscious. In effect it is a trance-like state, but one in which the subject is in complete control.

Hypnotherapy in SouthportCan anyone be hypnotised? New research has been done into this which shows that some people are able to go into a trance quickly and more deeply than others. Most people can go into at least a light trance which is the state you need to be in for hypnotherapy to be effective.

What will it feel like when I am hypnotised? People experience the hypnotic state in many different ways. Most people say they feel a deep sense of relaxation as if all the tension has left their body

Can you help me with my issue? If you are ready and committed to ending the problem I will be able to work with you.  I will support you as we explore and challenge the thoughts and behaviour that have restricted your success in life. Hypnotherapy is a powerful tool with an excellent record of achieving good results but does not promise a cure

Hypnotherapy in SouthportWhat do you expect from me? A level of commitment is needed from you, plus the desire to succeed and for you to be as honest as you can.
How many sessions do I need? This varies depending on the treatment you require.  The Smoking Cessation programme is a one-off session. With other treatments a minimum of 3 or 4 sessions is usually advisable, though not always. During your first appointment, I will discuss how many sessions you may need so that you are sure you are happy to make the commitment.
I am nervous and need to know if I will I lose control when I am under hypnosis? No, you remain in full control during hypnosis. It is impossible to be hypnotised against your will. Hypnosis is not about the control of the hypnotist, it is about working together so that you can be helped to make the change needed to improve your life.
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Can I get stuck in a hypnotic trance? No, if at any time you wanted to come out of a trance, you could do so entirely by yourself. In effect all hypnosis is self-hypnosis, so there is no possibility of you being left in a trance.
Will I tell you all my secrets when I am hypnotised? You can’t be forced to say or do anything under hypnosis that you don't want to, and besides you are in complete control the whole time.
How will I be hypnotised? When we have agreed your programme of change and discussed the ways in which we are going to work together I will guide you into a focussed but relaxed state of mind, usually by using the sound of my voice.
How is hypnotherapy different from other forms of therapy? Hypnotherapy enables the therapist to bypass your critical and analytical conscious mind and talk directly to your subconscious mind.
What can you treat? Hypnotherapy can treat a range of things from both large and small. To see some examples, click here.
Is hypnotherapy the same as stage hypnotism? No.  Hypnotherapy is used to provide a professional and caring solution for the client, not for entertainment. The hypnotherapist works ethically and is guided by a code. As a therapist I continue to develop professionally all the time, making sure I keep up to date with the latest research and learning new techniques to ensure I provide the clients with the best treatment available.
Am I asleep when I am hypnotised? No, lots of people think this and although hypnotherapy has been described as feeling like the stage just before you fall asleep. Medically this is not actually the case.
Are there side effects? No, hypnotherapy is a natural experience that is drug-free and has no side effects.

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