It is an analytical form of Hypnotherapy which deals with the cause of anxiety and emotional problems rather than simply treating the symptom.
More often than not when a client come to see me with phobias, stutters, nervous twitches, depressive mood, anxiety, panic attacks, shyness, sexual problems and the like, I think it is a fair assumption that they think that somehow I am going to put them into hypnosis and tell them that they no longer stutter, or whatever. They assume that suggesting away the symptom is all it takes. However, we should be asking the question: Why? Why has that person developed that problem in the first place?
Hypnoanalysis is an approach using conscious questioning and hypnosis that goes beyond the symptoms of a problem and works on the basis of cause and effect and looks as the “root” cause of the problem, issue or difficulty. For every effect (symptom) there has to be a cause. It doesn’t make sense that one person should have panic attacks or depressed mood and the next person doesn’t. What makes them different? Where did it all begin? The analytical process exposes and extinguishes the cause and as a result the symptom is removed.
So what is the cause? With most people is it bottled up emotion. Emotion that has been packed away inside the person for years. Some of it they don’t even remember. If you spoke to someone for long enough about when you were a child, it wouldn’t take too long before they were describing an event when you got upset; and you have no recollection of it at all.
What Happens In The Sessions
In analytical hypnotherapy you play an active role in the process. In the sessions you get comfy, whereupon I filter in some soothing music and gently induce you into a light relaxing hypnosis. Once relaxed you engage in a process of pure free-association. Don’t worry if you don’t know what that is yet. I’ll explain exactly what you need to do at the beginning of your treatment. If you’ve ever played the word association game, in which someone says a word and then you say the very first thing that pops into your head – it’s a lot like that, only using your memories and experiences instead of words. The process of free-association often leads to a surprising and liberating insight into the unresolved conflicts that lay at the root of your symptoms.
How Many Sessions Will I Need?
Some Of The Positives Of Hypnotherapy Are:
- The power to change or replace negative patterns, thoughts, and habits with new positive beliefs and patterns such as addictions
- Developing a deep sense of calm and relaxation not unlike meditation
- Helps you to awaken and connect with the greater potentials of your mind
- Understanding more about your inner programming
- Opens up a way for new perspectives and awareness
- Empowers and energises you into new life directions
Debunking The Myths Of Hypnotism
MYTH #1: The Hypnotist Will Be Able To Control My Mind.
MYTH #2: I Will Be Made To Perform Embarrassing Acts, Such As Bark Like A Dog, Or Walk Like A Duck.
MYTH #3: Hypnosis Is “Supernatural”.
MYTH #4: If I Become Hypnotized, I May Not Be Able To Snap Out Of It.
MYTH #5: I Have Never Been In Hypnosis Before.
MYTH #6: Hypnosis Is A “Miracle Cure”.
MYTH #7: Hypnosis Is A Great Tool To Get Someone To “Confess”.
MYTH #8: When Hypnotized, I Will Lose All Sense Of My Surroundings, And Will Have No Memory Of The Session.
MYTH #9: Self-Hypnosis Is Safer, Better, Or More Effective Than Going To A Trained Professional.
MYTH #10: I Can’t Be Hypnotized Because My Mind Is Too Strong/ Disciplined.
MYTH #11: If I Can Be Hypnotised Easily This Means I Am Weak.
MYTH #12: The Hypnotist Will Swing A Watch Or Pendulum Hypnotise Me.
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My intention is to help people take control of their life, by supporting them in achieving their life goals by using the tools and skills that I teach in order to apply them in the everyday.