There are different ways to hypnotise someone. At first, you will usually talk to the therapist and both of you will discuss what you want to achieve. You will also agree what methods your therapist will use. After this, the hypnotherapist may:

When in trance, you are in full control. This means if necessary, you can bring yourself out of the hypnotic state. Also, hypnosis will not work if you choose not to be hypnotised. There are also a multitude of different mental states that can be achieved using this method of therapy, which yields excellent results.

This is a very successful treatment for all addictions and associated issues such as sleep problems. Hypnotherapy is used to help people who are concentrating on unhealthy behaviour like smoking, alcohol and drug misuse. It can be used to help patients find and access the natural resources within themselves. This works to aid you to be able to make changes or regain control in certain areas of their life.


The hypnotherapy process not only can enhance and balance your control, but also positively benefit self-esteem and self-confidence. This can lead to better control over your emotions and making life more enjoyable.


It is linked to relieve chronic and acute pain. Also, it can be used to dive deep into the subconscious mind to uncover roots which cause mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, PTSD and addiction. Afterwards, hypnotherapy is able to treat this by focusing the mind on healthier behaviour.

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